Governor Eric Holcomb has outlined a 5-stage process to reopen the Hoosier state by July 4th. Stage 2 starts Monday and will take place over the next 3 weeks and applies to every county in Indiana except or Lake, Marion, and Cass.
On Monday, the governor is once again allowing non-essential travel. Those who are 65+ and those who are high risk for COVID-19, are still asked to stay at home until May 24.
Social gatherings will be allowed, up to 25 people – Non-essential manufacturing can resume – Retail and commercial businesses may reopen at 50% capacity
On May 8:
Indoor worship services may convene, but must follow very specific guidelines.
On May 11:
Restaurants and bars may reopen at 50% capacity
Personal services, such as salons, may open by appointment only and must follow social distancing guidelines. The governor has shared many more points, which we will share with you soon. You can also find more information at https://backontrack.in.gov/.