On Wednesday, Governor Holcomb announced that Indiana has earned the ability to move forward to stage 3 of the Back on Track Indiana plan, two days earlier than previously planned.
Cass, Lake, and Marion counties, which were hit hardest by the coronavirus, will be eligible to enter stage 3 on June 1.
Starting Sunday (May 24), social gatherings up to 100 people may take place following the CDC social distancing guidelines. Gyms and movie theaters are opening at limited capacity and playgrounds, sports fields and sports and community pools may open.
Restaurant’s dining rooms will continue to operate at 50% capacity in Stage 3. In Stage 4, they can move up to 75% capacity, which is scheduled to begin June 14.
Retail, currently operating at 50% capacity, can move up to 75% capacity in Stage 3.
What Limitations Will Remain?
- Hoosiers 65 and older and those with known high-risk medical conditions should limit exposure at work and in their communities.
- Continue remote work when possible.
- Face coverings are recommended.
- Nursing homes remain closed to visitors; nursing home guidance will continue to be evaluated.
For more information on the Back on Track Indiana plan click here.