Fully vaccinated individuals can use the facilities while the staff must also have received both doses of vaccination.
It was also decided to impose lockdown in local body wards with the Weekly Infection Population Ratio (WIPR) over 10%.
Bar owners on Monday said no liquor will be sold at bars till their demands are met. The exception has been made for beer as it cannot be sold after the expiry date.
The bars and Consumerfed liquor outlets decided to cease operations from Monday, three days after the sale of liquor had resumed in the state.
The Excise, Police and Revenue departments are tasked with ensuring that bars, when they open, strictly adhere to COVID protocols as directed by the State and Health Department.
Liquor will be sold as takeaways at the BEVCO and Consumerfed outlets, bars, and beer and wine parlours through a virtual queue system.
The hoteliers' association has submitted a complaint to the Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau with details of the excise range and circles as well as the officials there who collect monthly bribe from them.
If the figures of beer and wine parlours that have been upgraded as bars are taken into account, then the total number of bars that started functioning this year would rise to 70.
The government took the decision based on a plea submitted by bar owners.