Even though Jim Comuzzi could open his restaurant for 10 dinners at a time, he has decided to remain closed.

On Tuesday, businesses in the Thunder Bay district were allowed to reopen under red-control zone regulations as the stay-at-home order ended.

“I will not be opening for indoor dinning with 10 people allowed inside — the risk reward is just not there,” said Comuzzi, who owns Rooster’s Bistro in Thunder Bay.

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