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For more information, visit: coronavirus.ohio.gov Coronavirus Disease2019COVIDDine Safe Ohio Order FAQProtecting Against COVID On May 14, Amy Acton, M.D., MPH signedthe Director’s Dine Safe Ohio and bars to dinein service with exceptionsOn June 5,Dr. Acton signed the Amended Dine Safe Order.The following are frequently asked questions that apply to both dinein and outdoor dining at restaurantsbars, andet and catering facilities Do restaurantbar, and banquet and catering facilitiesemployees have to wear facialcoverings?The order r https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid19/responsiblerestartohio/sectorspecificoperating requirements/sectorspecificoperatingrequirements . Businesses must provide written justification, upon request, explaining What types of barriers and dimensions for barriers are recommended for restaurants and barsIt is recommended that barriers placed between booths or tables be smooth, easily cleanable, porous, properly cleaned between dining parties, and comply with building or fire department regulations. Shower curtains may be used if they meet these stipulations and are approved by the building and/or fire department. Barriers made of fabric, clothor other porous material are not permitted. For more information, visit: coronavirus.ohio.gov Can multiple customers sit together in a restaurant or at a bar, and can a restaurant offer priv

2 ate dining?Yes, as long as the size of p
ate dining?Yes, as long as the size of party does not exceed the 10person mass gathering limit and they are seated at least 6 feet from other customers or separated by a physical barrier.Private dining may be offered as long as the size of the party does not exceed the 10person mass gathering limit.Who is going to approve COVID19 trainingsThe Ohio Department of Health is not aware of any agency approving COVID19 trainings.It is recommended that trainings include COVID19 guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Can a food facility offer selfservice food, drinks, or condiments?Some selfservice items are prohibited. These include, but are not limited to:Selfservice condiment stationsBulk casesRoller grill stationsSoft serve ice cream and yogurt machinesBulk food dispensersSelfservice stations that allow customers to help themselves to free product samples. alad bars and buffets are permitted if served by staff within 6 feet of social distancing between parties.Selfservice beverages are permitted.This applies in any setting including restaurants, bars, gas stations, convenience stores, andgrocery storesThe order requires table and common area items such as table tents, vases, lemons, straws, andstir sticks be removed. Condiments and condiment bottles should be removed from tables and provided in single packets, cups etc. It is recommended that condiment packets

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that are served to a customer and not consumed be discarded.packaged foods and drinks may still be offered for retail sale.Are food courts permitted to open, and what are the guidelines they must follow?Yes. Food courts must follow the Restaurants, Bars, and Banquet & Catering Facilities/Services Guidance.Are businesses with food service operation permitted to open, and what are the guidelines they must follow? For more information, visit: coronavirus.ohio.gov Yes. Any business with a food service operation must follow the Restaurants, Bars, and Banquet & Catering Facilities/Services Guidance.Does the order prevent grocery stores, farmers markets, and other facilities from selling selffresh produceNo. Selfserve produce may be sold since it must be washed prior to consumption.Can a food facility offer free samplesYes, but only when the free samples are directly handed to the customer by an employee of the food facility. For example, samples of ice cream may be handed to a customer at an ice cream counter prior to a purchase being made. Food selfservice stations, including those that allow customers to help themselves to free product samples, must be discontinued.Can a restaurant or bar offer live entertainment, such as music?Live entertainment is permitted in restaurants and bars as long as the individuals who are performing maintain social distancing of at least6 feet from

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all other people including, but not limited to, fellow performers and restaurant and bar patrons and staff.Disc jockeys are permitted as long as they practice social distancing.What other types of entertainment allowed in restaurants, bars, and banquet and catering facilitiesCongregate areas in restaurantsbars, and banquet and catering facilitiesthat are not necessary for the preparation and service of food or beverages are permittedHowever, businesses must follow all social distancing and sanitation guidelines. This includes the followingBilliardsCard playingPinball gamesVideo gamesde gamesDancingStrolling entertainersAre customers and guests permitted to stand or walk around while consuming food or beverage?No. Customers and guests must be seated when consuming food, beer, wine, and liquor on the premises of a business.Are tabletoplottery and Keno games permitted in restaurants and bars?Restaurants and bars should follow the guidance of local health department officials on this. For more information, visit: coronavirus.ohio.gov For additional information, visit coronavirus.ohio.gov . For answers to your COVID19 questions, call 1ODH (18335634).Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. If you or a loved one are experiencing anxietrelated to the coronavirus pandemic, help is available24 hours a day, seven days a weekCall the COVIDCareLine at 180072096