Sen. McGuire: Indoor Dining to Close in Humboldt, Along with Zoos, Museums and More


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State Sen. Mike McGuire has clarified on Facebook what the new state health order means for Humboldt County. The region will face fewer restrictions than Marin and Sonoma counties, where ICU beds are nearing capacity, McGuire states.

Essentially, indoor dining in restaurants and indoor service at wineries must close, along with all bars and pubs, movie theaters, zoos, museums and card rooms, according to McGuire's post.

Worship centers, gyms, fitness centers and personal care businesses (i.e. nail salons, hair salons and barber shops) may remain open locally, the post states.

Read the sections of the senator's Facebook post relevant to Humboldt County below:

For Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity Counties: Here are the services and business sectors impacted by the new state restrictions on indoor activities. Indoor activities and services will be closed to:

- Indoor dining at restaurants (patio dining and take out still allowed)
- Indoor services at Wineries/Tasting Rooms (outdoor tasting is still allowed)
- Bars and Pubs (all closed)
- Movie theaters
- Zoos/museums
- Cardrooms

Services that remain open in Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity Counties (different than Marin & Sonoma Counties):

- Indoor worship services in the five counties above remain open
- Gyms and fitness centers remain open
- Personal care services such nail salons, hair salons and barbershops remain open

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