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Restaurants and hair salons open today in the Back on Track plan

It's another level of Stage 2 of Governor Holcomb's Back on Track Indiana Plan as restaurants and hair salons are among the businesses that can once again open for customers starting May 11.

 

WHAT OPENS

These business sectors may open a week after the start of Stage 2 (May 11)

 

• Personal services, such as hair salons, barber shops, nail salons, spas, and tattoo

parlors. By appointment only with operational limitations. Employees must wear face

coverings, work stations must be spaced to meet social distancing guidelines,

and other requirements must be met.

Customers should wear face coverings to the extent possible

 

• Restaurants and bars that serve food may open at 50% capacity with operational

limitations. Bar seating will be closed with no live entertainment. Servers and kitchen

staff must wear face coverings

 

• State government executive branch offices will begin limited public services, and

employees will begin to return to offices in small waves

 

• Boating is permitted, but boaters must follow social distancing guidelines

 

• Visitors to beaches and shorelines must adhere to the social gathering policy and social

distancing guidelines

 

WHAT REMAINS CLOSED

• Individuals are not allowed to visit patients in assisted living/nursing home facilities

• Bars and nightclubs

• Gyms, fitness centers, community centers, and like facilities

• Cultural, entertainment, sports venues, and tourism.  This includes museums, zoos, festivals,

parades, concerts, fairs, sports arenas, movie theaters, bowling alleys, aquariums, theme parks, recreational sports leagues and tournaments, and like facilities

 

• Playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, amusement parks whether indoors or outside,

tourist sites, water parks, and social clubs

 

• Congregate settings for seniors, adult day cares remain closed through at least May 31

• Casino operations

• Community swimming pools, public and private

• Residential and day camps

• Campgrounds, except for those living permanently in RVs or cabins