A patron at a local grocery chain dons hand protection and a mask while shopping. (Ulrich Fonou/The Washington Informer)
A patron at a local grocery chain dons hand protection and a mask while shopping. (Ulrich Fonou/The Washington Informer)

Prince George’s County, Maryland’s second-most populous jurisdiction, will partially reopen Monday afternoon amid the coronavirus pandemic, allowing certain businesses to operate at a limited capacity and with some restrictions.

Beginning at 5 p.m., restaurants will be able to serve customers indoors but only at 50 percent capacity, and the same rules apply to retail stores, barbershops and hair salons.

Nail salons can only have one customer per 200 square feet. In addition, services at barbershops and hair and nail salons must be by appointment only.

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