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Friday, February 26, 2021

波士頓縮減版第三階段第二步驟開放 室內表演部分延至3/22

波士頓市長馬丁華殊(Martin Walsh)認為小心為上。(檔案照片)
            (Boston Orange 綜合編譯)麻州州長查理貝克(Charlie Baker)(25)天才剛宣佈,31日起重新開放向前邁一步。波士頓市長馬丁華殊(Martin J. Walsh)(26)日卻宣佈,波士頓市的室內空間及娛樂活動場所的開放腳步要慢點來,等到322日再說。

                   貝克州長說,餐廳的人數限制會取消,其他的企業場所使用限制也提升至50%,包括室內表演場所人數限制可放寬到500人;不過華殊市長認為小心為上,諸如音樂廳,戲院,室內溜冰場這些地方,慢一點再做更大幅度開放。

                      華殊說,從新冠病毒大流行的一開始,波士頓市就對重新開放採取謹慎做法,以居民的健康,安全為第一優先考量。只在安全之後,才採取行動。

              華殊說,只要公眾健康數據支持,波士頓市已經準備好在322日跨入第四階段第一步驟的開放。將准許例如芬衛球場,TD花園等大型場所以12%的容量來重新開放。

MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES THE CITY OF BOSTON WILL ENTER MODIFIED VERSION OF PHASE 3, STEP 2 OF THE COMMONWEALTH'S REOPENING PLAN ON MONDAY

Indoor performance venues, certain indoor recreational activities and live musical performances at restaurants will not resume until March 22

 

BOSTON - Friday, February 26, 2021 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Chief of Health and Human Services Marty Martinez, and the City of Boston today announced, effective Monday, March 1, Boston will move with the Commonwealth into Phase 3, Step 2 of the state's reopening plan, with the following exceptions:

  • Indoor performance venues and indoor recreational activities with greater potential for contact will remain closed until March 22. In Boston, the City will not allow live musical performances in restaurants until March 22. 

"Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Boston has taken a cautious approach to reopening," said Mayor Walsh. "We've prioritized the health and safety of our residents, and we've made decisions based on the latest public health data and metrics. We've only moved forward when it's safe. Throughout the pandemic, the City of Boston has made decisions that protect our public health, while recognizing the economic impact of this public health emergency. I want to thank our residents and businesses for their continued cooperation throughout the reopening process."

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts will move to Step 2 of Phase 3 of the state's reopening plan on Monday, March 1:

  • Indoor performance venues (such as concert halls, theaters, and other indoor performance spaces) can open at 50% capacity, with a 500-person max. (*Please note: This does not apply in Boston until March 22.)
  • Indoor recreational activities with greater potential for contact (laser tag, roller skating, trampolines, obstacle courses) will open at 50% capacity. (*Please note: This does not apply in Boston until March 22.)
  • A number of industries will increase to 50% capacity.
  • Restaurants will no longer be subject to a seated capacity limit. However, there must be six feet between tables. No more than 6 people per table will be allowed, and the 90-minute time limit on tables stays in place. (*Please note: In Boston, the City will not allow live musical performances in restaurants until March 22.)
  • Food courts remain closed.

The state also announced its plan to transition to Step 1 of Phase 4 on Monday, March 22, provided public health metrics continue to improve. The City of Boston will continue evaluating public health and data leading up to this date to determine next steps in Boston's reopening plan. If public health data supports continued reopening, the City of Boston is prepared to align with the Commonwealth's plan to move into Step 1 of Phase 4 on Monday, March 22. Additional information is available on the Commonwealth's website

Additional information about reopening in Boston is available on boston.gov

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