COVID-19 UPDATE: Restaurant Dining, On-Premise Sales/Consumption Now Banned in Brevard County

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vendors may continue to sell alcoholic beverages in sealed containers for consumption off-premises

Brevard County drinking and eating establishments are included in a statewide executive order issued Friday by Gov. Ron DeSantis that suspends on-premise dining at restaurants and bans bars from on-premise alcohol sales and consumption.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County drinking and eating establishments are included in a statewide executive order issued Friday by Gov. Ron DeSantis that suspends on-premise dining at restaurants and bans bars from on-premise alcohol sales and consumption.

Under the governor’s order, restaurants and food establishments must immediately suspend on-premises food consumption for customers.

The order allows establishments to continue to operate kitchens for the purpose of providing delivery or take-out services.

Employees, janitorial personnel, contractors and delivery personnel will be allowed access to the establishments for purposes of delivery or take-out services.

Bars and vendor licenses to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises must suspend the sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink or in sealed containers for consumption on the premises.

However, vendors may continue to sell alcoholic beverages in sealed containers for consumption off-premises.

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