We have spent a lot of time since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic in March dealing with pandemic related mandates and wondering what will come next. Figuring out how to deal with Changing rules regarding schools, county fairs, fall sports and how businesses could remain open during the pandemic have taken up a lot of our time. One of the next questions it seems to me is what public dining regulations will look like this fall. State health department officials have spent a lot of time and energy encouraging bar and restaurant owners to develop new outside dining areas or to expand the ones they already have. But unless this is your first year in Ohio you know that by say October or November no one will want to dine outside for any reason. Will bar and restaurant owners, many of whom are struggling just to get by under inside dining limitations imposed because of the pandemic see any easing of those rules to allow for more people inside by the time the weather turns cold. Unfortunately in this Covid19 world we’re living in, it seems that could be anyone’s guess. That’s the way I see it.