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Sat Nov 21, 2020, 06:58 PM

At what point does 'outdoor dining' become indoor dining?


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Reply At what point does 'outdoor dining' become indoor dining? (Original post)
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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 06:59 PM

1. I wonder about this also

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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 07:00 PM

2. You keep saying that word

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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 07:03 PM

3. That's basically inside a tent

Inside a tent is indoors.

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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 07:05 PM

4. I'm not dining indoors,

not even if the indoors is outdoors.

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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 07:45 PM

5. I was wondering the same thing when cafe near me put up those same tents

complete with vinyl windows.

Stupid behavior - it's like children bending their parents rules.

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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 07:51 PM

6. In my parents' retirement community

Outdoors includes:

Actual outdoors
Breezeways between buildings
Sheltered walkways
Screened patios - as long as there is cross-ventilation and the windows are open to allow it to occur.

Indoors visits are prohibited; outdoors visits no longer than 2 hours in duration are permitted (upt to 6 people total, including residents), masked except when actively eating.

YMMV depending on the health order, etc.

So far (crossing my fingers) zero residents have contracted COVID 19.

The upper right picture might satsify the cross-ventilation requirement - it isn't clear. Not sure about the others.

As a practical matter - none of those are safe enough for my risk tolerance.

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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 07:52 PM

7. I am not sitting in a very crowded snow globe nor am I delusional

I am not sitting in a very crowded snow globe nor am I delusional to think this represents outdoor dining and proper space for protection and I have no risks but
not stupid will not gamble for food or drink

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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 07:59 PM

8. Legally, in NYC,

If more than two sides are fully enclosed it qualifies as indoor dining and must follow those rules, 25% capacity/6ft spacing.

Of course, enforcement is a whole different issue...

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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 08:00 PM

9. whatever. it's better than 100% capacity in a single room.

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Response to Nevilledog (Original post)

Sat Nov 21, 2020, 08:23 PM

10. That's indoor.

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