By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – As coronavirus restrictions begin to lift across the tri-state area, the city of Philadelphia is moving more cautiously. Beginning Friday, capacity at restaurants rises to 75% if certain ventilation standards are met.

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Ten people will now be able to dine at the same table outdoors.

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Indoor catered events under 75 people can resume.

The city has not announced when a full reopening might happen.

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