Minneapolis loosens restrictions on bar service after less than 2 weeks
After less than two weeks in effect, Minneapolis is loosening its restrictions on bar service.
Mayor Jacob Frey issued an order that from July 31, patrons could no longer be served food or drink in bar areas, and could only be served by wait staff indoors if they were seated.
This came after daily positive COVID-19 tests among city residents hit triple figures in late July, but since then cases have dipped somewhat.
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