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Here’s the full list of businesses affected by the early closure order being lifted

Gov. Charlier Baker announced that the COVID-19 curfew will end Monday.

Patrons eat dinner outdoors in Boston's North End. Elise Amendola / AP

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Gov. Charlie Baker announced plans Thursday to lift an order requiring many businesses to close between 9:30 p.m. and 5 a.m., amid signs that the second COVID-19 surge is stabilizing in Massachusetts.

The move — effective Monday — affects places like restaurants, gyms, theaters, and casinos, allowing them to stay open later for patrons.

Read the full list below:

  • In-person dining at restaurants (takeout and delivery for food and non-alcoholic beverages was allowed to continue past 9:30 p.m. during the order)
  • Retail liquor sales
  • Adult-use marijuana sales
  • Indoor and outdoor events
  • Theaters/movie theaters (including drive-in movie theaters) and performance venues (indoor and outdoor)
  • Arcades and other types of indoor and outdoor recreation allowed under the first step of Phase 3
  • Youth and adult amateur sports activities
  • Golf facilities
  • Recreational boating and boating businesses
  • Outdoor recreational experiences
  • Casinos and horse tracks/simulcast facilities
  • Driving and flight schools
  • Zoos, botanical gardens, wildlife reserves, and nature centers
  • Close contact personal services (such as hair and nail salons)
  • Gyms, fitness Centers, and health clubs
  • Indoor and outdoor pools
  • Museums, cultural and historical facilities, and guided tours

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