Other States Reopening Guidelines In Operation
Restaurant Reopening Guidelines
Monitor the health of employees and sending home any employee who displays any Covid-19 type illness symptoms.
Maintain Physical Distancing:
Enforce physical distancing in all areas of the place of business, including between tables or booths as well as outside of the establishment when there is a wait.
Limit Restaurant Capacity to 50%:
Limit the number of people allowed inside the place of business at one time.
Limit Dining Parties Size:
All dining parties restricted to no more than six persons (groups larger than six will need to sit at separate tables).
No Buffet Style Service:
Self-serve buffets and salad bars are prohibited. Restaurant staff must serve food directly to customers or implement buffet orders from the customer table. No customer self-service will be allowed.
Bar seating is not permitted.
Patrons may only consume alcohol on the premises if also consuming a meal.
Bars that do not serve food will remain limited to carry- out sales and delivery only.
Retail Reopening Guidelines
1) A sign will be posted on the storefront that individuals who have a fever or any COVID-19 type illness symptoms should not enter the store.
2) Limit the number of individuals inside the store to 50% of fire capacity occupancy or 8 customers per 1,000 square feet.
3) Customers will be encouraged to use hand sanitizer upon entering the store.
4) Employees who have a fever or are otherwise exhibiting COVID-19 type illness symptoms will not be allowed to work.
5) Employees may be allowed to wear facemasks or gloves.
6) All persons in the store should practice sensible physical distancing of at least 6 feet between another person.
7) Sales registers must be at least 6 feet apart.
8) Employees will have access to hand sanitizer or a place to wash their hands.
9) Workers and customers will be provided an adequate number of trash receptacles.
10) Employees will be required to take reasonable steps to comply with guidelines on sanitation from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the Hawaii Department of Public Health.
11) Point of sale equipment will be frequently cleaned and sanitized.
12) The stores will encourage customers to make non-cash payments.
13) The entrance/exit doors will be sanitized at least three times per day.
14) Encourage workers to report any safety and health concerns to the employer.
Close Contact Services Reopening
The Close Contact Services are businesses where greater health and safety measures will be required due to the frequent and often necessary interaction between an employee and a customer.
Such Services Include: Barber Shops, Beauty Salons, Nail Salons, Massage Therapy, Tattoo Parlors
The recommended measures include, but are not limited to:
1) Monitoring the health of employees and sending home any employee who displays COVID-19 type illness symptoms.
2) Limiting the number of people allowed inside the place of business at one time.
3) Enforcing physical distancing in all areas of the place of business
4) Requiring customers to wear face masks and supply face mask and gloves for all employees who will interact with a customer.
5) Increasing the cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting measures.
6) Providing services by appointment only.