By: Staff and wire report, Seacoastonline.com
CONCORD -- A panel tasked with reopening New Hampshire’s economy amid the easing threat from the coronavirus pandemic agreed Tuesday on proposals for six sectors, among them lodging, outdoor attractions and gyms.
The recommendations won’t be final until public health officials and Gov. Chris Sununu give their OK.
The task force unanimously recommended hotels be limited to half their capacity, though the limit would not apply to motels with outdoor access to rooms or to inns and bed-and-breakfasts with 10 or fewer rooms.
Face masks would be required for staffers and are recommended for guests, who would be asked at check-in about any possible exposure to the coronavirus.
A reopening date of May 22 is recommended for lodging, but target dates for other sectors were not included.
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