More San Antonio bars, restaurants temporarily close in response to spike in coronavirus cases

More San Antonio bars, restaurants temporarily close in response to spike in coronavirus cases

Some local bars and restaurants are voluntarily shutting down as San Antonio experiences a rise in COVID-19 hospital admissions and people testing positive for the disease in recent days.

Earlier this month, restaurants were allowed to expand to 75 percent occupancy. They were allowed to reopen their dinning rooms May 1 after they were forced to temporarily close in March because of stay 亚洲游国际集团home orders issued by the city and Bexar County. Bars can operate at a 50 percent occupancy rate.

In recent days, some bars and restaurants have publicly announced when either an employee or customer has tested positive. Some establishments have temporarily closed again while others shut down for only a few days for deep cleaning and have already reopened.

Below are some of the San Antonio bars and restaurants that have recently announced temporary closings due to COVID-19.