Yesterday March 2, 2021, Kiawah Town Council passed the second and final reading of Ordinance 2021-03, which establishes emergency restrictions that shall remain in place until December 31, 2021, or until the Governor allows the current State of Emergency to expire, whichever date comes first.
Provided below is a summary of the changes. The Ordinance in its entirety is available here.
Restaurants - Per Governor McMasters's recent announcement that restaurants may resume normal alcohol sales, the 11 p.m. restriction on alcohol sales has been removed.
Restaurants must continue to comply with the following restrictions:
Employees and patrons must wear masks or face coverings
Diners must be seated six feet away from diners at other tables
Restaurants must seat no more than eight customers per table unless from the same family
Restaurants must not allow standing or congregating in the bar area of restaurant
Required for all persons, including employees, entering or waiting to enter any restaurant (including persons waiting to pick up a carryout order), business, club, or association facility at all times
Exceptions, such as those for health, age, and activity are listed in the Ordinance
Businesses and restaurants are responsible for enforcing this Emergency Ordinance with regard only to their employees and conspicuously posting the information for guests and employees