UPDATE: The City of Boston announced on Friday – the city will also advance along with the state to Phase 3 Part 2 on Monday except:
❌ Indoor performance venues and indoor recreational activities remain closed until March 22.
❌ Live musical performances in restaurants are not allowed until March 22.
The Boston Business Journal is reporting that the Baker administration will announce on Thursday the state will advance to Phase 3 – Part 2 on March 1 and then enter Phase 4 a few weeks later.
What does that mean?
Phase 3, Step 2 means many businesses are allowed to operate at 50% of their maximum capacity. Right now they are at 40%. Some industries can finally reopen again including indoor theaters and performance venues, roller skating rinks, trampoline parks and other indoor recreation businesses.
Bring on Phase 4, Step 1
March 22 will roll out Phase 4, Step 1 which means indoor and outdoor stadiums and arenas would be able to operate at a 12% capacity limit.
Governor Charlie Baker is scheduled to give a press conference at 1 p.m. on Thursday.
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