Restaurants can expand their capacity level to 75% as of today, if they can figure how to do it. The Texas Department of State Health Services says the 75% limit applies to dine-in service, with no limits on outdoor dining. But the state's social distancing guidelines say tables have to be six-feet apart with no more than ten people at each table, along with other health protocols. A representative of the Texas Restaurant Association says it'll be tough for restaurants to observe these rules and still reach 75% capacity.
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