Beyond Moco: DC to Lift Most COVID-19 Restrictions May 21

by Patrick Herron

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser announced today that DC will be lifting the majority of it’s COVID-19 restrictions on May 21.

According to FOX5, the following businesses will be able to operate without capacity limits beginning the 21st:

– Restaurants
– Weddings and Special Events
– Business Meetings and Seated Conventions
– Places of Worship
– Non-Essential Retail
– Personal Services
– Private At-Home Gatherings
– Libraries, Museums and Galleries
– Recreation Centers
– Gyms and Fitness Centers
– Pools
– Office Space
– Schools

On June 11, capacity limits and restrictions will be lifted on bars, nightclubs, and large sports and entertainment venues. This would include venues like the Capital One Arena and The Anthem.

Bars and nightclubs will be permitted to operate at 50% capacity up until June 11.



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