State-by-State COVID Mandates

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State-by-state COVID Mandates for Compliance

Scroll below to view the COVID business mandates currently enacted in your state. Please be aware that information may change rapidly. For the most up-to-date information, please consult your local government website.

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State governors are being given the ability to give mandates to their own residents.

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Opening Up America Again

 

Specific Orders/Guidance:

Alabama

    • Masks are required. Individuals will be required to wear a mask or other facial covering when in public and in close contact with other people, as described in the order. This order extends until Friday, March 5, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
    • Most businesses are open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars and breweries, salons, houses of worship, entertainment venues, beaches, & gyms
    • No stay at home order or curfew at this time
    • Actions taken by Board of Health Alabama: https://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/legal/orders.html

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Reopening Alabama Responsibly

 

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Alaska

 

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Arizona

    • Masks are mandated for most businesses. Businesses that are open include: retail stores, restaurant dining , barbershops, salons, houses of worship, casinos, movie theaters, pools, spas, gyms
    • Businesses that are not open include: bars (unless dining is included) and night clubs
    • No stay at home order or curfew in place

 

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California

 

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Colorado

    • Masks are required. No stay at home order or curfew in place.
    • Dining restrictions are determined by individual counties.
    • Businesses open state wide: retail stores, restaurant dining in some counties, salons and personal services, houses of worship, museums, libraries, museums, indoor events and entertainment, campgrounds, pools, playgrounds, offices, manufacturing.
    • Businesses closed throughout the state: any restaurant that functions solely as a bar
    • State website of break-downs: https://covid19.colorado.gov/

 

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Connecticut

    • Masks are required.
    • A travel advisory is currently in effect for anyone entering Connecticut from states with high community spread of COVID-19
    • Currently open within the state: amusement parks, beaches (state), bowling alleys, construction, gyms and fitness studios, hair salons and barbershops, hotels, libraries, nail salons, manufacturing, museums and zoos, offices, retail, restaurants, state campgrounds &  parks, summer camps, spas, tattoo parlors, and theaters
    • Completely closed: bars
    • Breakdown: https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus/Covid-19-Knowledge-Base/Latest-Guidance

 

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Delaware

    • Masks are required.
    • Residents are being advised to stay home.
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, malls, farmers markets, restaurants, bars, barber shops, hair salons, tanning salons; nail salons, tattoo parlors, massage therapy, museums, libraries, galleries, live performances, casinos, beaches, pools, gyms, campgrounds
    • State breakdown link:  https://coronavirus.delaware.gov/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Delaware’s Recovery and Reopening

 

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Washington DC

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, indoor dining, barbershops, hair salons; nail salons, waxing salons, spas, houses of worship, museums, dog parks, golf courses, tennis courts, parks, gyms, pools
    • Businesses currently closed: nightclubs, library
    • https://coronavirus.dc.gov/

Florida

    • Masks are not required at this time
    • No stay at home order or curfew in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars, salons, tattoo parlors, massage therapy, tanning salons, acupuncture, museums, libraries, movie theaters, concert halls, bowling alleys; sporting venues, beaches, trails, gyms
    • State website: https://floridahealthcovid19.gov/

 

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Hawaii

    • Masks are required at the current time
    • Currently open: retail, bars in some areas, restaurant dining, pet groomers, tattoo parlors, salons and barbershops, nail salons, houses of worship, theaters, state parks in some areas, campgrounds in some area, gyms, pools and waterparks, beaches and parks, and offices in some areas
    • The residents are not currently in a state at home order or under any curfew

 

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Idaho

    • Most businesses are currently open including: retail, restaurant dining, bars, hair salons, houses of worship, movie theaters, large venues, nightclubs,  gyms, pools and water parks
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in effect for the residents
    • https://coronavirus.idaho.gov/

 

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Illinois

    • Masks are currently required
    • No stay at home order or curfew is currently in place
    • Most businesses are currently open including: retail stores, restaurants, bars, pet grooming, hair salons, barber shops, nail salons, spas, waxing centers, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, theaters, museums, casinos, state parks, limited fishing, boating, golf courses, gyms, manufacturing, offices
    • https://coronavirus.illinois.gov/s/

 

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Indiana

    • Masks are currently required
    • There is no stay at home order or curfew in place at the current time
    • Indoor gatherings are currently restricted to 25% of the facility capacity
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars and nightclubs, spas, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, libraries, museums, zoos and aquariums, venues, movie theaters, bowling alleys, conventions, fairs, parades and similar events, gyms, pools, tennis and basketball courts, campgrounds, amusement parks, water parks, manufacturing, offices.
    • https://www.coronavirus.in.gov/2393.htm

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Back on Track Indiana

 

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Iowa

    • Masks are not currently required
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, malls, restaurant dining, bars, medical spas, tanning salons, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, libraries, movie theaters, museums, zoos, aquariums; casinos; outdoor venues, bowling alleys, amusement parks, indoor venues, campgrounds, gyms, pools, playgrounds, skating rinks, skate parks.
    • https://coronavirus.iowa.gov/

 

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Kansas

    • No stay at home order or curfew are currently required by residents
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, theaters, museums, bowling alleys, casinos, nightclubs, gyms, community centers, sports facilities,  pools, and offices
    • https://www.coronavirus.kdheks.gov/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Ad Astra: A Plan to Reopen Kansas (Not mandatory. Advisory as of 5/27/20)

Authority to restrict business operations and gatherings rests with county health officials as of 5/27/20. Some counties have elected to adopt such restrictions.

 

Specific Orders/Guidance:

Kentucky

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • Residents are currently being advised to follow a stay at home order
    • Currently open at 50% capacity for most businesses: retail stores, distilleries, indoor dining, bars for indoor service, pet grooming and boarding, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, movie theaters, bowling alleys, museums, aquariums, libraries, outdoor attractions, venues and events spaces, gyms, aquatic centers, campgrounds, public pools, manufacturing, construction, offices
    • https://govstatus.egov.com/kycovid19

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Healthy at Work

 

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Louisiana

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • Businesses currently opened: restaurant dining, bars, some parishes, salons, barbershops spas, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, movie theaters, certain museums, zoos and aquariums, casinos, event centers, gyms, state parks, pools, bowling alleys, skating rinks
    • Currently closed state wide: amusement parks, water parks and theme parks, concert and music halls
    • https://ldh.la.gov/coronavirus/

 

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Maine

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • No curfew or stay at home order in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurants, bars open for outdoor service, hair salons, barbershops, pet groomers, nail salons, tattoo parlors, spas and massage parlors, amusement parks, water parks, bowling alleys and arcades, movie theaters, performing arts venues, casinos, state parks, boating, golf courses, remote campgrounds, hunting and fishing, private campgrounds, gyms
    • Currently closed state wide: bars for indoor service
    • https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/infectious-disease/epi/airborne/coronavirus/index.shtml

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Restarting Maine’s Economy

 

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Maryland

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • Currently no stay at home order or curfew in place
    • Most businesses are currently open including: retail stores, malls, outdoor service at breweries, wineries, and distilleries, restaurants, bars, hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, massage parlors, tanning salons, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, casinos, movie theaters, live entertainment venues, outdoor sports venues, golf courses, outdoor shooting ranges, marinas, campgrounds, beaches, outdoor pools and day camps, gyms, manufacturing, construction, offices
    • https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/

 

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Massachusetts

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, hair salons, barbershops, pet grooming, nail salons, massage parlors, tanning salons, houses of worship, bowling alleys, museums, aquariums, outdoor theaters and performance venues, movie theaters, casinos, arcades, golf courses, beaches, parks, fishing, hunting and boating, gyms, indoor ice rinks, construction, manufacturing, offices, hotels, lodging
    • Currently closed state-wide: bars, ballrooms, stadiums and convention halls; indoor theaters and performance venues; skating rinks, laser tag, trampolines and obstacle courses
    • https://www.mass.gov/info-details/covid-19-response-reporting

 

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Michigan

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • Most businesses currently open including: retail stores, indoor dining, bars, pet groomers, hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, bowling alleys, casinos, movie theaters, theaters, performance venues, arcades, amusement parks, golf courses, marinas, pools, gyms, skating rinks for individual exercise, construction, real estate, manufacturing including auto companies, offices
    • Currently still closed statewide: night clubs
    • https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

MI Safe Start

 

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Minnesota

    • Masks are mandatory
    • No stay at home order
    • Restaurants must close at 11PM
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, malls, restaurants, bars, theaters, concert halls, movie theaters, bowling alleys, arcades, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, campgrounds, gyms, pools, manufacturing, offices
    • https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Safely Returning to Work

 

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Mississippi

    • An order requiring the use of masks in all but a few counties has been extended into March — each county is responsible for determining whether a mask mandate is necessary
    • No curfew or stay at home order in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars, salons and barbershops, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, casinos, movie theaters, libraries, museums, state parks, gyms
    • https://msdh.ms.gov/msdhsite/_static/14,0,420.html

 

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Missouri

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Show Me Strong Recovery Plan

 

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Montana

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Governor’s Phased Approach to Reopening the Big Sky

 

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Nevada

    • Masks are required
    • No stay at home order or curfew in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, malls, restaurants, bars, barbershops, hair salons and nail salons, massage therapy, tattoo and piercing shops, houses of worship, museums, art galleries, zoos and aquariums, movie theaters, bowling alleys, gaming,  golf courses, pickle ball, tennis courts, state parks, gyms, pools and water parks
    • https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/ 

 

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New Hampshire

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • Travel guidance requiring 14-day quarantines for anyone entering the state from high-risk areas
    • Businesses currently opening: retail stores, restaurant dining, barbershops, hair salons,  nail salons, tanning salons, tattoo shops, acupuncturists and massage therapists, houses of worship, libraries, museums, art galleries, bowling alleys and entertainment centers, movie theaters, amusement parks, live performances, golf courses, outdoor attractions, beaches, gyms, pools
    • https://www.nh.gov/covid19/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Economic Re-Opening Task Force Roadmap

 

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New Jersey

    • Masks are required
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, malls, restaurant dining, hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, tattoo parlors, spas, massage therapy, tanning salons, houses of worship, , casinos, playgrounds, water parks, amusement parks, museums, libraries, aquariums, bowling alleys, batting cages, shooting ranges, indoor amusement facilities, movie theaters and other indoor entertainment venues, golf courses, beaches, campgrounds, pools, gyms, construction
    • https://covid19.nj.gov/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health Through Public Health

 

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New Mexico

    • Masks are required
    • Residents are advised to stay home
    • Businesses currently open: retail, outdoor dining, indoor dining in some areas, hair salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, massage parlors, nail salons, houses of worship, golf courses, pools, zoos, state parks, gyms, ice skating rinks
    • Currently closed state wide: bars, casinos, theaters, arcades, aquariums, concert venues, amusement parks, dance clubs, bowling alleys
    • https://cv.nmhealth.org/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

“Preparation Phase” Announcement

 

Specific Orders/Guidance:

New York

    • Indoor dining occupancy expanded to 35 percent of capacity on Feb. 26
    • Weddings and catered events up to with up to 150 people will be allowed to resume March 15
    • Masks are currently required
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, malls, indoor dining, hair salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, massage parlors, nail salons, houses of worship, bowling alleys, museums and aquariums, casinos, movie theaters in some areas, stadiums and arenas, beaches, fishing and hunting, public pools and playgrounds, outdoor zoos, botanical gardens and nature parks, gyms, ski resorts, construction, manufacturing, offices, film and television production
    • Currently closed: amusement parks, movie theaters in some areas
    • https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/home

 

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North Carolina

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • Currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars for outdoor service, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, museums and aquariums, bowling alleys and skating rinks, large outdoor venues, auditoriums, amphitheaters, arenas and other venues for live performances, movie theaters, amusement parks for outdoor attractions, pools, playgrounds, gyms
    • Currently closed state wide: bars for indoor service
    • https://www.nc.gov/covid19

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Staying Ahead of the Curve

 

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North Dakota

    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • Most businesses currently open, including: retail, restaurant dining, bars, salons, tattoo parlors, massage therapy, houses of worship, movie theaters, music and entertainment venues, gyms, sports venues
    • https://www.health.nd.gov/diseases-conditions/coronavirus 

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

ND Smart Restart

 

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Ohio

    • Masks are mandatory
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining and bars, salons, barbershops, houses of worship, movie theaters, museums, art galleries, casinos, amusement parks, water parks, campgrounds, gyms, pools, sports leagues, bowling alleys, miniature golf and batting cages, aquariums, zoos, skating rinks, playgrounds, country clubs, manufacturing, distribution, construction, offices
    • https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/home

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Responsible Restart Ohio

 

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Oklahoma

    • Bars and restaurants close at 11pm
    • Masks and social distancing encouraged
    • As of mid-December public gatherings and attendance at indoor sporting events is limited to 50 percent of capacity
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars, salons, barbershops, spas, pet groomers, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, movie theaters, sports venues, museums, nightclubs, state parks, zoos, gyms, and offices

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Open Up and Recovery Safely (OURS) Plan

 

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Oregon

    • Masks are mandatory
    • Indoor dining, indoor entertainment venues and gyms allowed to reopen at 50 percent of capacity
    • Restrictions vary by county with some allowing restricted dine-in, others outdoor only, and others takeout-only
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, salons, barbershops, houses of worship, some state parks, zoos
    • Businesses currently closed: indoor dining in most counties, museums, theaters in most counties, and gyms in most counties
    • https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-COVID-19

 

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Pennsylvania

    • Masks are mandatory
    • Most businesses have reopened including: retail stores, shopping malls, indoor dining, hair salons, barbershops, spas, houses of worship, movie theaters, museums, casinos, golf courses, marinas, private campgrounds, beaches, state parks, public pools, gyms
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • 50 percent of capacity of indoor dining, gyms, entertainment venues have begun
    • Gathering limits increased to 500 people indoors and 2,500 people outdoors
    • https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/coronavirus/Pages/Coronavirus.aspx

 

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Rhode Island

    • Masks are mandatory
    • Residents are currently being advised to stay home
    • Bars to reopen and houses of worship to increase occupancy to 40 percent of capacity
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars, hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, massage parlors, tattoo shops, houses of worship, bowling alleys, theaters, casinos, state parks, beaches, gyms, casinos, campgrounds, gyms, and offices, malls
    • https://covid.ri.gov/

 

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South Carolina

    • Face masks are required inside restaurants statewide, even if local governments do not mandate mask wearing
    • No stay at home order or curfew in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, museums, zoos, aquariums, movie theaters, stadiums, festival parades, racetracks, nightclubs, beaches, piers, gyms, pools, amusement parks, water parks
    • https://scdhec.gov/covid19

 

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South Dakota

    • No mask mandate or stay at home/curfew in place
    • Most businesses are currently open, including: retail stores, restaurant dining, salons, barbershops, houses of worship, and gyms
    • https://doh.sd.gov/COVID/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Back to Normal Plan

 

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Tennessee

    • Masks are not required
    • No stay at home order or curfew in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars, salons, barbershops, houses of worship, theaters, museums, amusement parks, state parks, gyms
    • https://covid19.tn.gov/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Tennessee Pledge: Reopening Tennessee

 

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Texas

    • No stay at home order or curfew in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, malls, restaurant dining, bars in most counties, salons, barbershops, massage services, houses of worship, movie theaters, museums, libraries, bowling alleys, bingo halls, skating rinks, rodeos, aquariums, amusement parks, carnivals, state parks, pools, gyms, water parks, zoos, offices, manufacturing
    • https://www.dshs.state.tx.us/coronavirus/ 

 

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Utah

    • Masks are mandatory — effective until March 25th
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in place
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, salons, personal care businesses, houses of worship, movie theaters, museums, libraries, concerts, gyms, pools
    • https://coronavirus.utah.gov/

 

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Vermont

    • Masks are mandatory
    • Restaurants close at 10pm
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars, hair salons and barbershops, nail salons, spas, tattoo parlors, houses of worship, museums, theaters, libraries, state parks, golf courses, trails, campgrounds, gyms, fitness centers, manufacturing, construction, distribution
    • Currently closed statewide- bars
    • https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

RestartVT

 

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Washington

    • Masks are currently mandatory
    • Gyms, indoor dining and entertainment venues opened at 25 percent capacity and indoor social gatherings limited to 5 people
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in effect
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, hair salons, houses of worship, theaters, museums, bowling alleys, outdoor sports, gyms
    • https://coronavirus.wa.gov/

 

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West Virginia

    • Masks are mandatory
    • No stay at home order or curfew currently in effect
    • Occupancy limits in bars and restaurants allowed at 75 percent of capacity
    • Allowed public gatherings of up to 75 people
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, malls, restaurant dining, bars, salons, barbershops, pet groomers, tanning salons, massage parlors and spas, houses of worship, museums, zoos, bowling alleys, pool halls, roller rinks, casinos, movie theaters, amusement parks, fairs, festivals, gyms, recreation centers, state parks, campgrounds, pools
    • https://dhhr.wv.gov/COVID-19/Pages/default.aspx

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

West Virginia Strong – The Comeback

 

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Wisconsin

    • Masks are currently mandatory — effective through March 20
    • Residents are currently being advised to stay at home
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurants and bars, hair salons, spas, barbershops, houses of worship, state parks, gyms
    • https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/index.htm

 

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Wyoming

    • Lifted capacity limits in restaurants, gyms, sporting events and artistic performances as of Feb.15.
    • Increased the maximum number of people allowed at gatherings to 500 indoors and 1,000 outdoors
    • Masks are required in some counties
    • No stay at home order or curfew is currently in effect
    • Businesses currently open: retail stores, restaurant dining, bars, hair salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, massage therapy, houses of worship, movie theaters, entertainment venues, gyms, state parks
    • https://health.wyo.gov/publichealth/infectious-disease-epidemiology-unit/disease/novel-coronavirus/

 

Reopening Framework Materials:

Transition Plan for a Healthy Wyoming

 

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