St. Louis and St. Louis County are lifting limits on the number of people allowed in restaurants.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that local officials announced the changes Monday. St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones and St. Louis County Executive Sam Page cited the drop in cases in the area and the increase in vaccinations. The decision ends St. Louis' midnight business curfew. It also ends a half-capacity limit on county restaurants.
Restaurants still have to space out tables at least 6 feet apart. And masks are still required indoors and outdoors if there isn't enough space to social distance.