What to expect when Indiana restaurants reopen

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Indiana restaurants can reopen to dine-in customers at 50 percent capacity on Monday, after being forced to offer only carry-out, curbside or delivery service in mid-March. What will that look like? Patrick Tamm, the president and CEO of the Indiana Restaurant and Lodging Association, joined Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb on his daily coronavirus response briefing on Tuesday to discuss just that. Tamm also discussed how safe Indiana restaurants will be when they reopen to customers.

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