Prince George’s County restoring indoor dining at 25% on Friday

Limited indoor dining will return to Prince George’s County on Friday, Jan. 29, officials announced on Monday.

County Executive Angela Alsobrooks said that restaurants will be permitted to have people inside at 25% capacity.

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Officials have not indicated what time the relaxed restrictions will go into effect.

The move comes despite high coronavirus metrics, including a high percent positivity rate.

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Alsobrooks indicated that, despite the numbers, she's confident Prince George's County is headed in the right direction.

After months of improved case numbers, a holiday spike prompted Prince George’s County officials to once again ban indoor dining in December.

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