As I mentioned earlier, most restaurants had either outdoor dining or takeout, and every patron had to sign up for contact tracing. Stores had signs limiting customers to three or four at a time and at The Red Inn, patrons began lining up at 2:15 to get one of the Some of us Grew up listening to Waylon Jennings the cool one still do shirt moreover I love this outdoor tables for the popular happy hour raw bar that opened at 2:30. (I went three times, and each time, every single table was filled by 2:35.) In town, the long line waiting for a slice of pizza at Spiritus was socially distanced. One restaurant, when a worker tested positive for the virus earlier this summer, was closed for 24 hours and an “intense cleansing.”
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