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    CAMARILLO, Calif. (KABC) — After more than two months of limited sales through take-out and delivery, Ventura County restaurants began welcoming dine-in customers once again.

    County officials said Ventura County is the first in Southern California to be approved by the state for accelerated reopening, including allowing restaurants to hold modified dine-in services.

    In Camarillo, restaurant owners were working on adapted in order to be in compliance with the new rules set up by the Ventura County Public Health Department.

    “Tables, maybe every other one or 2 or 3, will be removed so that there’ll be a lot more room inside the restaurants, said county Public Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin. “They’ll also be encouraged and supported, hopefully by the cities, to have outdoor seating.”

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    OceanDragon
    OceanDragon
    2 years ago

    This is going to be an exciting new step to normalcy. No one really knows if it is too soon. At least we will be a test market. I personally won’t be congregating in public areas yet while infectious rates haven’t gone down. But to those who don’t mind risking their parents or kids health, go ahead. My only consolation is that we could sue the businesses if more than one transmission would originate from a tracked business. Remember that we are in sue happy America.

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