Here's the Governors plan to re-open Indiana

Today Indiana governor Eric Holcomb announced that he would re-open the state in a 5 stage plan. Indiana is already in stage 1 which has allowed for elective surgeries, essential business and critical infrastructure. Here's what allowed in the stage 2 plan, which begins Monday for most of the state,except for Lake county, which will not proceed until May 11th.

  • Social gatherings allowed but no more than 25 people as long as there is social distancing.
  • Essential travel restrictions lifted.
  • Libraries open
  • Retail and commercial businesses can open at 50 percent capacity.
  • Shopping malls may open at the same 50 percent capacity rule
  • After being at stage 2 for one week hair salons can reopen by appointment only. Social distancing rules apply.
  • Restaurants also may reopen after being at stage 2 for one week but at no more than 50 percent

Stage 3 openings begin on May 24th

  • Gyms and fitness centers
  • Playgrounds
  • Movie theaters but at half capacity

The Governor hopes to have the state open, including for fairs and festivals, as of July.

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