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Posted on: September 11, 2020

Plaquemines Parish Opts Into Phase 3 Re-Opening for Bars

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Plaquemines Parish will be opting into the Phase 3 re-opening for bars guidelines introduced this afternoon by Governor John Bel Edwards.

Bars throughout Plaquemines Parish will be restricted to the following guidelines:

BARS: (on-premises consumption / these are bars without LDH food permits)

Alcohol sales must cease after 10 PM at all businesses, including bars, restaurants, and casinos.

- 25% capacity up to 50 customers indoors
- No more than 50 customers outdoors
- Customers must be seated at a table for service, cannot go to the bar for service
- Drinks must be ordered at the table, staff to deliver drinks to the customer
- Patrons must be seated
- Social distancing required both in and outdoors
- Sale and service of alcohol at bars will end at 10 p.m.
- Patrons must leave by 11 p.m.
- Those under the age of 21 will not be permitted into bars
- No live music

Parish President Kirk Lepine and Sheriff Jerry Turlich have agreed that Plaquemines Parish is prepared and is ready to move forward in Phase 3 re-openings.

Parishes with a 5% infection rate or lower for two consecutive weeks will have the option to opt into on-premise alcohol consumption. The department of health is expected to update these parish-wide infection rates every two weeks. The next update is scheduled to be released on Sept. 16.

Parishes that meet the threshold today are Orleans, St. John the Baptist, Jefferson Davis, Plaquemines, and Bienville.

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