Washington, DC

“Beginning May 1st, the indoor capacity limit for non-essential retail businesses is raised from 25% to 50% or 250 people, whichever is lower.”

From the Mayor’s Situational Update yesterday.

“The number of people who can sit together at a restaurant table is increased from 6 people to 10 people. Live music will be allowed outdoors for summer gardens, courtyard dining and sidewalk cafes controlled by the restaurants.”

“Movie theaters can operate at up to 25% capacity (per auditorium). Multi-purpose facilities, concert venues, and theaters may open at 25% capacity (up to 500 people) and attendees must remain seated.”

“Weddings and special events allowed indoors and outdoors at 25% capacity (with a waiver for attendance greater than 250), and attendees must remain seated and socially distanced.”

“Public and private pools may open with health and safety plans in place; hotel pools may only open to overnight guests. Indoor fitness classes can include up to 25 people.”

“Places of worship may admit up to 40% of their capacity for the room(s) or area where worship services will be held. This total limit includes worshippers, not including clergy and staff. Health and safety protocols, such as masking and social distancing, must remain.”

“DCPS high school graduations will be held from 6/19-6/24 at Audi Field!”

“Beginning on Saturday, May 1, the District will transition to the use of 11 high-capacity, walk-up, no appointment needed vaccination sites. Days, hours, and available vaccines will be listed on http://vaccinefinder.org”

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