Track the States as They Begin Reopening - All 50 States in Phased Reopening: Eight States Ease More Restrictions Monday
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by Countable | 6.1.20
States are beginning the process of gradually reopening their economies and society amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While implementation will vary from state-to-state, many will look similar to guidelines offered by the White House Coronavirus Task Force for states & regions or those suggested by the National Governors Association. See when and how states are beginning to reopen:
Phased Reopening Underway
ALABAMA - Safer-at-home order in effect through July 3rd.
- Retail stores can reopen with 50% occupancy and in compliance with sanitation and social-distancing guidelines.
- Elective medical procedures can restart subject to state rules & guidelines.
- Beaches can reopen subject to local social distancing guidelines and with gatherings of 10 or more people prohibited. People must maintain 6 feet of separation.
- Non-work gatherings of any size will be allowed, including houses of worship, with people maintaining six feet of social distancing.
- Gyms, athletic facilities, barbershops, and salons can reopen with specific sanitation & distancing rules.
- Restaurants, bars, and breweries can open for on-premises consumption of food & drink with specific sanitation & distancing rules.
- Entertainment venues, childcare, and summer camps can reopen in compliance with social distancing & sanitation rules, and employees wear face coverings.
- Educational institutions can reopen in compliance with social distancing & sanitation rules, and employees wear face coverings.
- Non-essential businesses ― including retailers, restaurants, personal care services, and non-public facing businesses ― can reopen if hygiene protocols & social distancing by non-household members are maintained & all employees wear face coverings. Restaurants & personal care services must take reservations and limit occupancy to 25% of capacity, and patrons must wear face coverings (except in restaurants).
- Childcare and day fishing charters can operate under social distancing guidelines with all employees & participants wearing face coverings (except children under age 2). Gyms can reopen by reservation only with social distancing of at least 10 feet while exercising. Lodging & overnight camping can reopen by reservation with non-household members prohibited from staying in the same cabin, tent, or other lodging.
- Travel within the state is permitted for members of the same household for any purpose, including recreational or sightseeing activities in compliance with social distancing guidelines. Stops should be minimized along the way, and social distancing should be enforced at all stops for food, gas, or supplies.
- Elective surgeries can resume and Alaskans can visit doctors for non-urgent needs.
- Dine-in restaurants can open at 50% of their usual capacity. Bars can reopen at 25% of capacity, as can indoor fitness classes.
- Religious gatherings of up to 50 people will be allowed, but people who sing must maintain 10 feet of physical distancing.
- All businesses and houses of worship can return to 100% of their normal capacity, but localities can keep tighter restrictions in place.
- Elective surgeries can resume at healthcare facilities that meet preparedness criteria, such as demonstrating a more than 14-day supply of personal protective equipment, adequate staffing & beds, testing all staff, patients, and visitors universally. Surgeries are to be prioritized based on urgency.
- Businesses offering personal services such as barbershops & cosmetologists can reopen by appointment. They must comply with safety protocols and best practices, including the use of face coverings for employees & customers.
- Restaurants and coffee shops can resume dine-in services with limited dining capacity, physical distancing protocols, and safety protocols.
- Elective surgeries that don’t require the emergency room can resume if patients don’t exhibit COVID-19 symptoms, haven’t had contact with infected persons, and must undergo a coronavirus test 48 hours before the surgery.
- State parks will begin a limited reopening. Rental of camp sites, cabins, lodges, and RVs is limited to Arkansas residents. Arkansas residents with self-contained RVs can stay overnight in campgrounds. Check in and check out will be automated.
- Barbershops, hair salons, massage therapists, tattoo parlors, and other personal services can reopen by appointment. Pre-screening of employees and clients, the use of face masks to the extent allowed by services, and appropriate social distancing would be required.
- Restaurants may open with 1/3 of total capacity and tables 10 feet apart so diners are seated at least 6 feet away from other diners. Employees who interact with customers must wear a face mask, and patrons must wear a face covering until the food or drink is served.
- Indoor venues including theaters, arenas, stadiums, and auction houses can reopen for audiences of fewer than 50 people with social distancing requirements for performers, contestants, and members of the audience.
- Team sports at the youth & high school level can resume training under certain guidelines.
CALIFORNIA - No end date set for stay-at-home order.
- Surgeries such as heart procedures or cancerous tumor removal can be performed.
- Certain retailers can reopen with curbside pickup and physical distancing, including clothing stores, florists, and bookstores.
- Over half of the state's counties progressed into reopening after meeting health-related criteria.
- Places of worship can open at 25% capacity or with 100 people in attendance, whichever is lower. Retailers may reopen to in-person patrons in compliance with certain guidelines.
COLORADO - Safer-at-home order in effect through May 27th.
- Retailers can resume operations by offering curbside pickup. Real-estate agents can resume showing houses, although open house events are prohibited.
- Retailers can resume in-store sales with social distancing. Hair salons, tattoo shops, personal trainers, dog groomers, and dental offices for one-on-one services. Other elective medical services can reopen with strict precautions for personal protective equipment.
- Offices may reopen with limited capacity. Up to 50% of staff can work in person while following social distancing guidelines.
- State park campsites will be available for rental.
- In-person dining can be allowed for up to 50% capacity or 50 people, whichever is fewer. Restaurants are encouraged to provide outdoor seating.
CONNECTICUT - Stay safe, stay home order in effect.
- Offices & stores can open at 50% capacity, and restaurants can offer outdoor seating.
- Barbershops & hair salons can reopen.
DELAWARE - Stay-at-home order in effect extended through June 1st.
- Churches & houses of worship can conduct in-person services with restrictions.
- Retail establishments can reopen by appointment only.
- Beaches and parks can be reopened by cities and counties subject to social distancing guidelines.
- Restaurants can open with 25% capacity indoors, and outdoor seating with six feet of social distancing. Parties are restricted to 10 or fewer. (Some counties, including Broward & Miami-Dade, are coordinating a slower reopening timeline.)
- Retail stores, museums, and libraries can open at 25% indoor capacity.
GEORGIA - Shelter-in-place for medically vulnerable & elderly Georgians in effect through June 12th.
- The state will allow barbers, hair & nail salons, gyms, massage therapists, bowling alleys, and tattoo parlors to reopen. All must comply with minimum basic guidelines for screening workers, sanitizing surfaces, enforcing maximum possible social distancing.
- Businesses that choose to open are also subject to industry-specific guidelines. For example, salons & massage therapists can provide services by appointment only, must stagger worker schedules, and require all employees to wear appropriate personal protective equipment; while gyms must screen the temperature of patrons, halt group classes, and have workers enforce equipment wipedown policies.
- The state will allow theaters and restaurant dine-in services to open subject to social distancing and sanitation guidelines, including industry-specific guidelines.
- Restaurants that choose to open for dine-in services must screen the temperature of workers, limit party size to no more than six, redesign seating arrangements to ensure six feet of separation between seating, and utilize physical barriers on booth seating when available.
- Theaters that choose to open must require each party of patrons to sit at least six feet apart, with ushers enforcing social distancing guidelines. Seats, armrests, handrails, doors, doorknobs, and door handles would be thoroughly sanitized before & after each showing.
HAWAII - Safer-at-home order in effect.
- Outdoor exercise such as swimming, surfing, and walking pets is permitted. Jogging, running, or walking on the beach is permitted with social distancing requirements.
- Florists can resume operations as long as they do so in a manner that's safe for employees and customers.
- Agriculture businesses, auto dealerships & car washes, pet grooming services, and observatories & support facilities can reopen.
- Childcare services, retail & repair services (including those in shopping malls) can reopen.
- Places of worship can open if they adhere to strict physical distancing, sanitation protocols, and any other CDC guidance.
- Restaurants, indoor gyms, recreation facilities, hair salons & other close contact services can reopen with specific protocols.
ILLINOIS - Stay-at-home order in effect through May 30th.
- Animal grooming services, greenhouses, garden centers, and nurseries may reopen as essential businesses following social distancing requirements.
- Non-essential retail stores may reopen to fulfill telephone and online orders through pick-up outside the store and delivery.
- State parks will begin a phased reopening, and golf will be permitted under strict social distancing guidelines.
- All persons over the age of 2 who are medically able to tolerate a face-covering or mask must wear one.
- Manufacturing, offices, stores, barbershops, and salons can reopen with capacity limits.
- Retail and commercial businesses can reopen at 50% capacity. Malls can reopen with indoor common areas restricted to 25% capacity.
- Social gatherings of up to 25 people are permitted, and restrictions on essential travel are eased.
- Restaurants and bars that serve food can open at 50% capacity. Personal services (e.g. salons, barbershops, and tattoo parlors) can reopen by appointment only.
IOWA - Public health emergency in effect until May 27th.
- Restaurants, fitness centers, malls, libraries, race tracks, and other retail establishments can reopen with capacity limited to 50% and public health measures in place.
- Restrictions on religious and spiritual gatherings will be lifted so long as churches and other hosts implement reasonable public health measures.
- Restaurants, childcare facilities, and libraries may reopen but must maintain at least 6 of distance between customers.
- Healthcare clinics & medical offices, physical therapy settings, chiropractic offices, optometrists, and dental offices may reopen for non-urgent healthcare services.
- Outpatient ambulatory surgery and invasive procedures can resume. Patients must have COVID-19 testing before the procedure and universal masking & PPE requirements apply.
- Manufacturing, construction, vehicle & vessel dealerships, and professional services may reopen at 50% capacity. Dog grooming & boarding can reopen. Horse racing may operate without fans.
- Retail & houses of worship will be allowed to reopen. All patrons & employees at stores will be required to wear a mask.
- Personal services including barbershops, salons, and costmetology businesses can reopen. Social gatherings with up to 10 people are allowed.
- Movie theaters, fitness centers, and bowling alleys can reopen.
- Distilleries, horse shows, aquariums, libraries, museums, outdoor attractions, and in-home childcare programs can reopen.
- Bars can reopen. Groups of 50 people or fewer are allowed. Expanded youth sports activities can resume.
LOUISIANA - Stay-at-home order expired May 15th.
- Retail stores in malls can open for curbside delivery.
- Restaurants will be allowed to open their outside areas for patrons to eat meals only, without tableside service.
- All employees of a business who have contact with the public must wear a mask.
- Restaurants, cafes, bars, breweries, and coffee shops can open with 25% occupancy limits, as can shopping malls, gyms & fitness centers, barbershops & salons, movie theaters, and aquariums, museums, & zoos.
MAINE - Stay-at-home order extended through May 31st.
- Personal services (e.g. barbershops & salons), auto dealerships, and drive-in stay-in-your vehicle religious services can reopen with residents required to wear masks in places where physical distancing is difficult to maintain.
MARYLAND - Safer at home public health advisory in effect starting May 15th.
- Elective medical procedures can resume. Walking, hiking, running, biking, golfing, tennis, boating, fishing, and camping can resume, including at closed state parks & state beaches.
- Retail stores can reopen at up to 50% capacity with precautions in place and curbside pickup & delivery strongly encouraged. Manufacturing operations may resume in a safe manner.
- Churches & houses of worship can hold religious services at up to 50% capacity, with outdoor services strongly encouraged.
- Barbershops & hair salons can reopen at up to 50% capacity by appointment only and with appropriate health & safety guidelines in place.
MASSACHUSETTS - Safer at home advisory in effect.
- Manufacturing, construction, and places of worship can reopen in compliance with specific guidelines.
- Office spaces, laboratories, hair salons & barbershops, car washes, and pet grooming may reopen in compliance with specific guidelines.
MICHIGAN - Stay-at-home order extended through May 28th.
- Outdoor activities such as golf and motorized boating may resume.
- Landscapers, lawn-servicing companies, plant nurseries, and bike repair shops can resume operating subject to social distancing guidelines.
- Big-box retailers will no longer have to close off garden centers and areas dedicated to selling paint and carpet.
- Residents are allowed to travel between residences, although it isn’t encouraged.
- In the northern regions of the state, retail businesses, office work that can't be done remotely, and restaurants & bars with limited seating can reopen.
- Non-critical industrial and office-based businesses that don’t directly interact with customers can return to work if they can’t work from home.
- Elective surgeries can resume if healthcare providers have developed criteria for determining which procedures should proceed.
- Places of worship can open at 25% occupancy if they adhere to social distancing and public health guidelines.
MISSISSIPPI - Safer at Home order scheduled to end May 25th.
- Retail stores can reopen and operate at 50% capacity while following CDC and health department guidelines.
- Restaurants can reopen dining rooms at 50% capacity or lower as long as servers wear masks. Parks can open for day use with social distancing guidelines in effect.
- Tattoo parlors can reopen by appointment and with sanitation guidelines in effect.
- In-person worship services can resume in compliance with social distancing & sanitation guidelines.
- Casinos are allowed to reopen in compliance with social distancing & sanitation guidelines.
- Retailers may reopen with 25% capacity.
- Restaurants may offer dining-in services with at least 6 feet of distancing between tables and no more than 10 people at a single table.
- State office buildings will be open to the public as soon as practicable.
- Places of worship can become operational with reduced capacity and where strict physical distancing protocols can be maintained between non-household members. Gatherings of more than 10 people in circumstances that don’t allow for appropriate distancing should be avoided.
- “Main Street” and retail businesses can become operational with reduced capacity and where strict physical distancing protocols can be maintained.
- Restaurants, bars, breweries, distilleries, and casinos can become operational under strict physical distancing and with reduced capacity protocols under state guidelines.
- Restaurants, bars, breweries, distilleries, and casinos can expand to 75% capacity. Gyms, indoor fitness classes, pools, and hot tubs can reopen at 75% capacity if they adhere to physical distancing & frequent sanitation. Concert halls, bowling alleys, and other places of assembly can operate with reduced capacity and strict physical distancing guidelines.
- No stay at home order enacted. State campaign based on staying home, social distancing at work, shopping alone and only once a week, helping kids social distance, helping seniors stay at home and exercise at home.
- Restaurants can offer dine-in services at no more than 50% of their normal capacity. Personal services (e.g. barbershops, salons, massage & tattoo parlors) can reopen with no more than 10 people present at a time.
- Houses of worship can offer in-person services but with six feet of separation between worshipers.
- Youth baseball & softball teams can resume practicing with games set to resume June 18th.
NEVADA - Stay-at-home order extended until May 15th.
- All retail businesses can operate under a curbside commerce model.
- Places of worship can have drive-in religious services if worshipers remain in their vehicles and maintain social distancing.
- Residents can play golf, pickleball, and tennis if they practice social distancing.
- Restaurants, barbershops, salons, and most retail businesses can reopen with certain guidelines & limitations.
NEW HAMPSHIRE - Stay-at-home 2.0 order extended through May 31st.
- Elective surgeries can resume if they are time sensitive.
- Retail shops can reopen to customers at 50% occupancy and employees must wear facemasks. Barbers & salons can reopen for customers who may reservations, with a limit of 10 people (including staff) in the premises with all wearing facemasks.
- Restaurants can reopen for dine-in services but only with outdoor seating options.
NEW JERSEY - No end date set for stay-at-home order.
- All state parks, golf courses, and county parks can reopen.
- Residents can shop for vehicles in person.
- Beaches, boardwalks, lakes, and lakeshores can open with social distancing measures in place.
NEW MEXICO - Emergency order extended through May 31st.
- Non-essential retail stores can offer curbside pickup. Veterinarians can reopen, as can pet adoption services, animal grooming, daycare, and boarding services. Golf courses can reopen.
- Businesses can reopen at 25% capacity, except for salons, gyms, malls, and dine-in service at restaurants. People are required to wear face coverings.
NORTH CAROLINA - Safer at home order in effect.
- Retail stores can reopen at 50% capacity, and childcare facilities can open for children of parents who are working or looking for work.
- Gatherings of up to 10 people will be allowed outdoors.
- No stay-at-home order, executive order specifying closures was in effect through April 30th.
- Restaurants and bars, fitness centers, and personal services (e.g. salons, barbershops, waxing studios, and other cosmetology businesses) can reopen in compliance with industry-specific and universal state protocols.
- Summer school classes and certain summer programs can take place in school buildings.
NEW YORK - Stay-at-home order extended through June 13th.
- Some regions (Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, & Mohawk Valley) will be able to reopen beginning with construction, manufacturing, retail (curbside pickup), agriculture, forestry, and fishing.
OHIO - Stay safe order in effect May 1st.
- Hospitals and healthcare providers may resume non-emergency operations.
- General offices, manufacturers, and construction companies can reopen.
- Capacity will be limited to 50% of fire code to meet social distancing guidelines.
- Face coverings will be required for all employees and customers/clients at all times.
- Retail stores, consumer and services businesses will be permitted to open.
- Gyms and fitness centers can reopen, low- or non-contact sports leagues can resume competition under safety protocols, and pools can reopen under the regulation of local health departments. Contact sports can resume training.
- Childcare and day camps will be allowed to reopen.
- Catering businesses & banquet halls can reopen with crowds limited to 300.
- Barbershops, hair & nail salons, and pet groomers can reopen for appointment only and must adhere to sanitation & social distancing guidelines.
- State parks & outdoor recreation areas will be reopened.
- Grocery stores should continue to maintain hours for vulnerable populations.
- Dining, entertainment, gyms, movie theaters, and sporting venues can operate using CDC-recommended social distancing & sanitation protocols.
- Places of worship can reopen for in-person meetings or worship if they leave every other row or pew open and adhere to CDC-recommended guidelines for social distancing & sanitation, plus recommended state guidelines.
- Tattoo parlors can reopen for appointments only and must adhere to sanitation & social distancing protocols.
OREGON - No end date set for stay-at-home order.
- Elective surgeries may resume at hospitals & healthcare facilities with a bed capacity at or above 20%, that are at no more than 50% of their pre-COVID-19 procedure volume, and all facilities must have a plan to stop elective surgeries if a resurgence occurs.
- In 28 counties, restaurants, bars, and other establishments can open for dine-in services until 10pm.
- Personal services businesses like barbershops & salons can reopen.
- All retail businesses, including malls & shopping centers, can reopen.
- Gyms & other fitness centers can reopen with specific guidelines.
- Non-essential construction projects can resume with strict guidelines for social distancing, safety, and the wearing of masks.
- Counties may begin reopening in compliance with the governor’s red-yellow-green plan. Businesses that reopen must comply with specific guidelines and precautions.
- Non-critical retailers can reopen with capacity restrictions, though preorders are encouraged.
- Elective medical procedures can resume under safety guidelines.
- Some parks may reopen.
- Places of worship can open to parishioners at 25% of total capacity.
- Retailers selling furniture, clothing, sporting goods, books, and flowers, in addition to department stores and flea markets, are allowed to reopen at no more than 20% capacity with social distancing protocols.
- Beaches are permitted to reopen subject to local and county government approval.
- Outdoor dining services can resume.
- Close contact service providers, fitness & exercise centers, commercial gyms, and public or commercial pools can reopen with limited capacity.
- Attraction facilities can reopen including zoos, museums, aquariums, planetariums, waterparks, miniature golf facilities, historic buildings and sites.
- Adult & youth sports leagues can resume practicing.
- Retail businesses can resume operations in a manner allowing for reasonable physical distancing, good hygiene, and appropriate sanitation.
- Outpatient healthcare services can resume if providers have adequate stores of independently-sourced PPE.
- Employers may screen employees for symptoms where appropriate, should encourage employees to stay home when sick, and must practice sanitation practices.
- Restaurants can offer dine-in services at half capacity. Employees are recommended to wear face coverings and business owners should follow federal guidelines for hygiene and workplace sanitation standards, in addition to the state guidance (counties with major cities including Memphis and Nashville, are coordinating a slower reopening timeline).
- Retailers can open at half-capacity. Employees are recommended to wear face coverings and business owners should follow federal guidelines for hygiene and workplace sanitation standards, in addition to the state guidance (counties with major cities including Memphis and Nashville, are coordinating a slower reopening timeline).
- Personal services such as salons, barbershops, and massage parlors can reopen at 50% capacity with services by appointment only and no waiting areas. Additional sanitation practices will be required and both employees & customers must wear face coverings. (Counties with major cities including Memphis and Nashville, are coordinating a slower reopening timeline).
- Capacity restrictions on restaurants and retail are eased but such facilities must meet social distancing guidelines. Seating must be at least 6 feet apart between groups. Live music is permissible with appropriate precautions, including 15 feet of separation between performers & audience.
- Retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters, malls, museums, and libraries can reopen at 25% capacity with social distancing and public health guidelines in effect. In counties with five or fewer COVID-19 cases, these entities may reopen at 50% capacity.
- Licensed healthcare professionals can reopen, but hospitals must reserve 15% of capacity for COVID-19 patients.
- Salons can reopen with a limit of one customer per stylist and at least 6 feet between stations & between customers waiting. Masks are strongly recommended but not mandatory.
- Restaurants can increase their indoor occupancy to 50%. Childcare centers, massage & personal care centers, gyms, youth clubs, and non-essential manufacturing & business offices can reopen at 25% capacity and social distancing.
- Bars can reopen at 25% indoor occupancy. Rodeos, bowling alleys, aquariums, and natural caverns can reopen.
- Day youth camps, overnight youth camps, and youth sports can reopen. Certain professional sports can reopen with without in-person spectators.
- Restaurants can offer dine-in services with extreme social distancing measures. Personal services (e.g. barbers & salons) can reopen with social distancing.
- Gyms can reopen but are encouraged to remain closed.
- All businesses in "low risk" areas can reopen with reasonable precautions, such as making flexible work arrangements and continuing social distancing.
VERMONT - “Be Smart, Stay Safe” order extended through June 15th.
- Retailers can open for curbside pick-up and delivery services. Outdoor work & construction in unoccupied buildings can resume with crews of no more than two.
- Elective outpatient procedures may resume, including outpatient clinic visits & diagnostic imaging, and outpatient surgeries & procedures.
- Manufacturing and distribution operations may resume with a maximum of 10 employees with social distancing. Crews of 10 or fewer employees per location can perform outdoor work and construction in unoccupied sites.
- Gatherings of 10 or fewer people are allowed outdoors, but adults age 65 and older are asked to continue to stay home. Outdoor recreational areas like skate parks, tennis courts, ball fields, trail networks, and golf courses can reopen.
- Lodgings can open but out-of-state guests must certify that they have been in quarantine for 14 days.
VIRGINIA - Stay-at-home order in effect through June 10th.
- Elective surgery and dental procedures were allowed to resume.
- Retail businesses can reopen with limited capacity. Restaurants can reopen for outdoor dine-in services.
- Personal care, recreation, and entertainment businesses can reopen.
WASHINGTON - Stay-at-home order extended through May 31st.
- Non-essential, non-contact businesses like lawn care and car washes can resume operations.
- Most state parks and recreational areas will be allowed to reopen with no overnight camping allowed. Fishing & hunting can resume. Golf can resume with parties limited to two players from outside the same household, or more if players live in the same home.
- Individual counties can ask for an exception to state regulations on businesses.
WEST VIRGINIA - Safer-at-home order in effect until further notice.
- Hospitals can resume performing elective procedures on a timeline determined by each hospital.
- Businesses with 10 or fewer employees; restaurants with takeaway service or outdoor dining; religious entities and funeral homes; and professional services (barbershops, salons, pet groomers) are permitted to reopen in compliance with physical distancing and sanitation guidelines.
- Gyms and fitness centers and drive-in movie theaters are permitted to reopen.
- Fitness centers, gyms, and recreation centers can reopen.
- Indoor dining at restaurants can resume, as can shopping at indoor shopping malls & large or specialty retail stores.
- Bars can reopen at 50% capacity, as can museums, visitor centers, and zoos.
WISCONSIN - Stay-at-home order extended through May 26th.
- All non-essential businesses can do curbside drop-off of goods and animals. All must operate free of contact by providing payment options online or over the phone, operate with one staff member, and have proper disinfecting practices in place.
- Outdoor recreational rentals of boats, golf carts, kayaks, ATVs, and other recreational vehicles will be permitted. Automatic or self-service car washes can operate.
- Standalone & strip-mall based retail stores can reopen to offer in-person shopping for up to five customers at a time while maintaining required social distancing practices & sanitation practices.
- Drive-in theaters can open to the public in compliance with certain restrictions.
- Gyms, barbers, salons, and other personal care services can reopen with specific distancing & sanitation guidelines in effect.
- Restaurants, bars, and other businesses likely to draw more than 10 people will be allowed to reopen if they follow sanitation & distancing protocols.
— Eric Revell
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