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Here's When Alberta Restaurants Have To Shut Down Indoor Dining & What Else Will Change

Alberta is moving back into Step 1 of reopening.
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After the announcement was made on Tuesday, April 6, that the province will be moving back into Step 1 of reopening, you may be wondering when restaurants will close in Alberta

While restaurants haven't been ordered to close down, they have been ordered to stop indoor-dining services and move to take-out, curbside pickup, delivery, and patio service. 

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This change will begin on Friday, April 9, at noon and other measures include limiting tables to six household members or single people with their two close contacts.

Everyone on a patio must stay seated unless using the bathroom, paying, entering, or exiting.

Liquor service will be cut off at 10 p.m. and patios will close at 11 p.m.

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