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75% of Plymouth restaurants might not be able to comply with the state's live music requirements
Plymouth Board of Health officials predicted Wednesday that 75% of Plymouth restaurants would be unable to comply with the state's live music requirements, due to the required distance between performers and customers. State requirements already ban singing except for at schools and religious services.
Karen Keane, Plymouth's Public Health Director said "their going have to move those events outside and hope that St. Patrick's Day is a really nice day...we're not there yet."
At the same meeting Keane admitted that most large retailers in Town were no longer counting patrons and enforcing capacity limits, when asked by Chairman Barry Potvin if the big retailers needed a reminder of the 50% capacity requirement, Keane said enforcement was not necessary.