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Friday, May 07, 2021

5月10日起 麻州主題公園等戶外場所營運量可提高至50%

             (Boston Orange編譯)麻州政府宣佈,510日起,列於第四階段開放的遊樂場,主題公園等戶外行業,將可以50%營運量重新開放,預定529日,81日會陸續有更進一步的開放。麻州政府將採取在公共衛生數據持續向好方向發展中,繼續重新開放麻州經濟。

             322日時,麻州的重新開放腳步已進一步的放寬至第四階段。那以後,麻州的每日新增新冠病毒確診率下降了45%,住院率下降了23%,死亡人數也下降了69%,所有這些指標和今年年初相比,下降了約80%。麻州的施打新冠疫苗比率,在全美仍然名列前茅,已有390萬人完整地打了二劑或至少一劑疫苗。估計到6月初,麻州就可達到有400人完整接種了疫苗的目標。

             510日起,麻州將重新開放某些戶外第四階段行業,包括樂園,主題公園,戶外水上樂園等,像麻州公共衛生廳遞交安全計畫後,營運量可增加至50%

             道路競賽,以及其他的大型戶外業餘或專業群集體育活動,可以向地方衛生局或麻州公共衛生廳遞交安全計畫後,在分批次,或有其他適當安全措施中舉行。

             在第四階段第一步驟開放中,目前只能以12%的容納量經營的室內或戶外體育館,球場等大容量場所,營運容量將可增加到25%

             危險性中等或高的青年及成人業餘體育比賽,將獲准許舉行。

             在表演場所,餐廳,活動場所及其他企業嚴格遵守距離要求下,可以室內演唱。

             有藥鋪的雜貨店及零售店,應考慮撥出耆英專用時段,但不再規定必須如此做。

             529日,週六起,還將有更多變動。

             在公共衛生趨勢,以及疫苗接種數據持續向好發展下,529日時,將有更多行業獲准開放,聚會人數限制也將增加至室內200人,戶外250

             向地方衛生局遞交包括維持社交距離,員工人數及營運計畫,衛生及清潔規定及安全計畫後,將可獲准開放的行業包括,遊行,街頭慶典,以及農業節慶。

             酒吧 ,啤酒花園,釀酒廠,酒廠及蒸餾商將依照餐館業規定,只可提供入座服務,限逗留90分鐘,不准設舞池。

             視乎公共健康及疫苗數據,餐館業的食物必須和酒品一起出售這指導原則將取消,每桌人數限制也將提高為10人。

             麻州已於上週放寬某些戶外場所的戴口罩規定,同時宣佈計畫81日進一步開放。 查詢更多詳情,可上政府官網mass.gov/reopening 

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Reopening of Additional Phase 4 Industries to Go Into Effect May 10th

BOSTON – Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced that Massachusetts will move forward in the Commonwealth's reopening plan to reopen certain outdoor Phase 4 industries effective May 10th, as previously announced. The Administration continues to take steps to reopen the Commonwealth's economy with public health metrics continuing to trend in a positive direction. 

On March 22, Massachusetts loosened restrictions and advanced to Phase IV of the Commonwealth’s reopening plan. Since then, daily new COVID-19 cases have dropped by 45%, hospitalizations have dropped by 23%, and deaths have dropped by 69%. All these metrics have dropped by around 80% or more since the beginning of the year. The Commonwealth also remains a national leader in COVID-19 vaccinations, and over 3.9 million people are fully or partially vaccinated, and Massachusetts is on track to meet its goal of vaccinating over 4 million people by the beginning of June.

Effective Monday, May 10th:

The Commonwealth will reopen certain outdoor Phase 4 industries.

  • Amusement parks, theme parks and outdoor water parks will be permitted to operate at a 50% capacity after submitting safety plans to the Department of Public Health.
  • Road races and other large, outdoor organized amateur or professional group athletic events will be permitted to take place with staggered starts and other appropriate safety measures after submitting safety plans to a local board of health or the DPH.

Additionally, large capacity venues such as indoor and outdoor stadiums, arenas and ballparks currently open at 12% capacity as part of Phase 4, Step 1 will be permitted to increase capacity to 25%.  

Youth and adult amateur sports tournaments will be allowed for moderate and high-risk sports.

Singing will also be permitted indoors with strict distancing requirements at performance venues, restaurants, event venues and other businesses.

Grocery stores and retail stores with a pharmacy department should consider dedicated hours of operation for seniors, but will no longer be required to offer senior hours. 

Additional Changes Anticipated to be Effective Saturday, May 29th:

Contingent on continued positive trends in the public health and vaccination data, on May 29th, additional sectors will be permitted to re-open and gathering limits will increase to 200 people indoors and 250 people outdoors for event venues, public settings and private settings.

The additional sectors that will be permitted to open include:

  • Parades, street festivals and agricultural festivals, after submitting safety plans to the local board of health including measures for maintaining social distance, staffing and operations plans and hygiene and cleaning protocols.  
  • Bars, beer gardens, breweries, wineries and distilleries, which will be subject to restaurant rules with seated service only, a 90 minute limit and no dance floors.

Subject to public health and vaccination data, the restaurant guidance will be updated to eliminate the requirement that food be served with alcohol and to increase the maximum table size to 10.

Last week, the Administration also relaxed the Face Coverings Order for some outdoor settings and announced further reopening plans for August 1st

For more information, visit mass.gov/reopening

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