Coronavirus rise keeps doors closed until Feb. 1 for museums, movies and other indoor places
Current coronavirus restrictions on public activities are extended until at least Feb. 1, the City of Cambridge announced Tuesday.
The “rollback to a modified Phase II, Step 2 of the Commonwealth’s Reopening Massachusetts Plan” includes in-person appointments at city buildings and contactless holds pickup at the Cambridge Public Library. While city buildings will be closed to the public, offices will remain open for business conducted online or by phone. City-sponsored community events and those in city parks were already prohibited for through March 31.
The closings include museums, indoor historic spaces/sites, movie theaters, sightseeing and other organized tours, indoor events spaces such as meeting rooms, ballrooms and private party rooms and indoor recreational activities such as batting cages, driving ranges, go-karts, bowling alleys and rock-climbing walls.
A chart showing what businesses are still allowed to operate, and at what capacities, is here.