California Governor Gavin Newson laid out a rough sketch on how he will direct businesses to operate once the state begins to reopen as COVID-19 cases decrease. The Governor said that restaurants (and presumably bars and brewery tap rooms) will have to follow strict precautionary measures in their serving areas. This may be a peek at what a reopening will look like across much of the US.
The guidelines include taking customer temperatures at the door, requiring servers to wear masks and gloves, reducing the number of tables by 50% to increase physical distancing and providing disposable menus.
The Governor did not set a date for beginning a reopen process.