Datcp Clarifies “take Out” Definition and Rules

MADISON, WI (Ben Caxton) — The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) is clarifying the definition of “takeout” in the emergency order issued by Gov. Tony Evers. The directive instructs restaurants and bars to end dine-in service and only provide takeout or delivery. No seating may be provided, and food may not be consumed at the restaurant. DATCP now says that online and phone orders can be picked up and paid for in-person – provided there is social distancing of 6 feet between customers. No touching! Orders can be made on-site, limiting the total number of customers inside the establishment at one time to fewer than 10, if social distancing can be maintained during order, payment and pickup.

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