BY ELAINE GOODMAN
Daily Post Correspondent
Santa Clara County residents who want to invite that couple they haven’t seen in a while to come over for a backyard barbecue might want to postpone their plans.
Such a gathering — even though it is small and held outdoors — is prohibited under the state’s COVID-19 health order.
And even though Santa Clara County restaurants may offer outdoor dining to customers, meeting friends at a local eatery also is not allowed. That restriction comes from a county directive, issued July 14, that requires restaurants to “post signage and verbally inform all customers that everyone sharing a table must be from the same household.”
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