Adapted from King County Public Health Insider
Eating outdoors is best, but pay attention to restaurant airflow and ventilation if you’re dining indoors. Because COVID-19 spreads person-to-person through the air and when we’re eating and drinking our masks are off, look for open windows and doors with a crossflow of fresh air across the area. Exhaust fans should be running nonstop in bathrooms and kitchens.
Avoid crowded indoor spaces. In Phase 3, King County’s current reopening framework, indoor capacity should be no more than 50%. Look for plenty of space between tables and no large groups of people (limit of 10 per party in Phase 3).
Wear a well-fitting mask when not eating or drinking. All employees should be wearing masks and so should the customers when they’re walking around or not eating and drinking.