Safety Protocols and Travel Order Updates

Hello to those near and far! We hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. We are open and have entered the quiet part of the year. We wanted to share some new information with you that will be important to know prior to traveling to Massachusetts and our beloved Provincetown. Effective November 6, 2020 at 12:01 AM new safety protocols have been put in to place that effect businesses and residents. These new measures have been enacted to help keep the Commonwealth open and to prevent us from rolling back to previous phases. The Orders and Advisories are broken down in to several categories. We will give you some highlights and for the full scope you can follow the link above.

Stay at Home Advisory: The revised Stay At Home Advisory instructs residents to stay home between 10 PM and 5 AM. The Advisory allows for activities such as going to work, running critical errands to get groceries and address health needs, and taking a walk.

Early Closure of Businesses and Activities: Effective November 6, businesses and activities listed must close to the public each day between the hours of 9:30 PM and 5:00 AM. Restaurants (in-house dining must cease at 9:30 PM, although take-out and delivery may continue for food and non-alcoholic beverages.) Liquor stores and other retail establishments must cease alcohol sales at 9:30 PM but may continue to sell other products. Marijuana sales must cease at 9:30 PM but not including medical marijuana. These are just a few of the highlights from this section. For a full list follow the link above.

Face Covering Order:The revised order requires all persons to wear face-coverings in all public places, even where they are able to maintain 6 feet of distance from others. The revised order still allows for an exception for residents who cannot wear a face-covering due to a medical or disabling condition.

Gatherings Order: Governor Baker also signed an updated order restricting gatherings. Details can be found through the Orders & Advisories link.

Lastly, the Travel Order dated August 1, 2020 is updated on a regular basis. We recommend visiting this page to review if you are planning a trip to Provincetown and Massachusetts. It appears to update every 2 weeks or so and we do keep an eye on it so we will get in touch if you have a reservation and your state is removed from the lower risk state list.

We are thankful for all our guests. Stay safe, wear a mask, wash those hands often and be kind. We can’t wait to welcome you back when you are ready to return.

Bob, Dan & Bizzo

 

 

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