The days of Kentucky's COVID-19 recommendations have come to an end, replaced now with Governor Andy Beshear's targeted, statewide restrictions.
The new mandates took effect at 5 pm Friday, and once again, restaurants and bars will most likely be taking the brunt of the impact.
For the next three weeks they must now rely on outdoor dining, delivery and takeout because indoor service is no longer allowed.
By closing dining rooms however, it could mean big problems for restaurants, not just with sales, but when it comes to their employees.
"Some of the servers, they won't be able to work, so having to let some of our employees take time off -- it's unfortunate with the holidays coming around the corner," said Josh Harris, manager at Rockhouse on the River in Henderson. "So we're just trying to build the carryout at much as we can and support all of our employees as much as we can."
With the new mandates, Harris said business will have to adapt.
"This being the second time we've had to do it, we're kind of more experienced, and we're going to implement a curbside service and different things like that and execute the drive-thru betterch," he said.
They're changes all our western kentucky communities will have to make, and it's not just restaurants and bars, but nearly every aspect of public life.
Gyms and fitness centers must limit capacities to no more than 33% and everyone must wear a mask while inside.
Theaters and other indoor venues can only permit 25 people per room.
Social gatherings should be limited to two households exceeding no more than 8 people.
Offices should only operate at 33% and if employees can work from home they should do so.
The restrictions are set to last through Sunday, Dec.13.