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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Midwest City extends ordinance on commercial enterprises

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Midwest City has extended its restrictions on businesses to April 30. [THE OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVE]
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Midwest City has extended its restrictions on businesses to April 30. [THE OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVE]

MIDWEST CITY — An ordinance extending restrictions on Midwest City businesses amid the COVID-19 outbreak has been signed by City Manager Tim Lyon.

The ordinance applies to the operating hours and procedures for commercial enterprises. The ordinance that was originally in effect until April 12 was extended to April 30.

All bars and similar venues with on-premises food may serve only take-out or delivery food or prepackaged alcohol authorized for sale under state law. Dine-in services for food products are not allowed.

All personal services, such as hair salons, gyms, theaters, massage parlors, tattoo parlors and museums are ordered closed to April 30.

All other businesses that remain open must ensure that CDC recommendations on public distancing of no less than 6 feet are complied with to distance customers in line, customers being served and among employees providing services.

Midwest City residents with questions may call 739-1297 or 739-1289.

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