How about bars?

All bars and similar establishments that receive more than 51% of their gross receipts from the sale of alcoholic beverages are required to close at 12:00 PM June 26, 2020. These businesses may remain open for delivery and take-out, including for alcoholic beverages, as authorized by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.  

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1. Is Texas open for business?
2. Do I still have to stay home?
3. Should I still practice social distancing, good hygiene, and wear a mask in public?
4. Are there special guidelines for people over the age of 65?
5. How can I determine my business’ capacity?
6. I am the owner of a restaurant or retail business reopening. What should I do to keep myself, employees and customers safe?
7. As a business owner, am I allowed to require customers to wear face coverings in my establishment?
8. If I would like to dedicate certain periods of time each day for only at-risk customers, what are my options?
9. When do restaurants open?
10. How about bars?
11. When do retailers open?
12. When do salons and barbershops open?
13. When do gyms open?
14. When do movie theaters open?
15. When do museums and libraries open?
16. What if I have other questions about my business reopening?
17. Will City Facilities, including the San Marcos Public Library, open on May 1?
18. Are City Parks open?
19. When can I enjoy outdoor sports?
20. What do I do if my employer is asking me to return to work, but I, or someone I am caring for, am experiencing COVID-19 symptoms?
21. Can we attend religious services?
22. Where can I read the Governor’s Report to Open Texas?
23. Are there any restrictions on outdoor events in San Marcos?