JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration announced plans to begin allowing this week the limited reopening of restaurants, retail stores and other businesses that were shut down amid coronavirus concerns. Starting Friday, restaurants, retail outlets, hair and nail salons and businesses that fell under the category of nonessential will be allowed to reopen, with limited services. The state’s health commissioner says bars, theaters, bowling alleys and bingo halls will not be allowed to reopen yet. Under the plan, restaurants, which have been allowed to do takeout and deliveries, will be able to resume dine-in service with capacity limits. Only household members also will be allowed at a table.