It couldn’t be simpler: A Milwaukee health order limiting bars and restaurants with previously approved full-capacity safety plans to 50% capacity will expire on Friday, January 15, thus allowing bars and restaurants with previously approved full-capacity safety plans to return to full capacity. Bars and restaurants without previously approved full-capacity safety plans must remain at 25% capacity. The news was first reported by the Milwaukee Business Journal.

The Milwaukee health order limiting bars and restaurants with previously approved full-capacity safety plans to 50% capacity (Order #4.3) went into effect December 3. Built into that order was a January 15 expiration date; on that date, the health order will revert back to a previous order (Order #4.2), allowing bars and restaurants with previously approved full-capacity safety plans to return to full capacity. Again, any bars and restaurants without full-capacity safety plans must remain at 25% capacity.

More information can be found in this update from the City of Milwaukee Health Department.

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