Business Closures & Reopening

Date of last comprehensive review: 6/7/2021

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State Closed K-12 public schools Closed day cares Closed other non-essential businesses Closed restaurants Closed gyms Closed movie theaters Closed bars Closed casinos Reopened restaurants Reopened gyms Reopened movie theaters Reopened other non-essential retail Reopened bars Reopened child care Reopened casinos Began to re-close bars Closed bars x2 Closed movie theaters x2 Closed gyms x2 Closed restaurants x2 Reopened restaurants x2 Reopened bars x2 Reopened gyms x2 Reopened movie theaters x2 Closed bars x3 Closed restaurants x3 Reopened bars x3 Reopened restaurants x3 School & day care notes Hair salon/barber shop notes Restaurant notes Bar notes Gym notes Movie theater notes Business notes Casino notes
AlabamaMar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 28, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 28, 2020Mar 28, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 28, 2020May 11, 2020May 11, 2020May 22, 2020Apr 30, 2020May 11, 2020May 23, 2020May 22, 2020--------------------------
Bar notes
AL - Tuscaloosa County ordered all bars to close for 2 weeks on 8/24/20
Business notes
AL - 4/30 order does not include entertainment venues, athletic facilities, and close contact personal care retail (salons, tattoo parlors etc); 5/11 order allows most retail/personal care/gyms to open
AlaskaMar 16, 2020--Mar 24, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 18, 2020--Apr 24, 2020May 8, 2020May 8, 2020Apr 24, 2020May 8, 2020------------------------------
Business notes
AK - Some businesses allowed to operate at minimum basic operations despite order to close non-essential businesses; Limited businesses open 4/24, most businesses permitted to reopen 5/8 with restrictions
ArizonaMar 16, 2020--Mar 31, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020--May 11, 2020May 13, 2020May 16, 2020May 8, 2020May 16, 2020----Jun 29, 2020Jun 29, 2020Jun 29, 2020Jun 29, 2020----Mar 25, 2021--Mar 25, 2021--------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
AZ - On 3/5/21, all capacity limits expired
Restaurant notes
AZ - As of executive order on 7/11/20, all indoor dining must be capped below 50% and will be extended until further notice with review every 2 weeks. On 3/5/21, all capacity limits expired.
Bar notes
AZ - Initial EO to close bars was through 7/27/20, but was extended indefinitely on 7/23/20 with review and repeal options every two weeks. As of 8/11/20, bars and nightclubs (both those operating and not operating as a food establishment) may begin reopening at specific capacities when the county they are in reaches certain case positivity benchmarks for 14 days, with a 12-day reporting lag period to move from a higher transmission phase to a lower one.
Gym notes
AZ - Initial EO to close was through 7/27/20, but was extended indefinitely on 7/23/20 with review and repeal options every two weeks. As of 8/11/20, gyms may begin reopening at specific capacities when the county they are in reaches certain case positivity benchmarks for 14 days, with a 12-day reporting lag period to move from a higher transmission phase to a lower one. On 3/5/21, all capacity limits expired.
Movie theater notes
AZ - Initial EO to close was through 7/27/20, but was extended indefinitely on 7/23/20 with review and repeal options every two weeks. As of 8/11/20, movie theaters may begin reopening at specific capacities when the county they are in reaches certain case positivity benchmarks for 14 days, with a 12-day reporting lag period to move from a higher transmission phase to a lower one. On 3/5/21, all capacity limits expired.
Business notes
AZ - 5/8 order mostly applies to retail and personal care (hair salons and barber shops); 5/11 restaurants; 5/13 reopen pools, gyms, spas
ArkansasMar 17, 2020--Apr 6, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 17, 2020May 11, 2020May 4, 2020May 18, 2020May 18, 2020May 19, 2020--May 18, 2020--------------------------
Bar notes
AR - Governor Hutchinson ordered businesses licensed to sell and allow consumption of alcohol on their premises to close by 11PM from 11/19/2020-1/3/2021, but was extended to 2/3/2021.
Business notes
AR - 5/4 reopen gyms/fitness centers; 5/6 personal care reopen; 5/11 restaurants; 5/18 large venues reopen
CaliforniaMar 23, 2020--Mar 19, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 16, 2020--May 18, 2020Apr 15, 2021Apr 15, 2021May 8, 2020Jun 15, 2021------------Jul 13, 2020Apr 15, 2021--------------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
CA - Order from CDPH on 7/13/20 reclosed hair salons and barbershops in some counties, but not statewide. If a county is placed on the County Monitoring List, due to case positivity rates, for three consecutive days or more, then an additional group of businesses must cease indoor operations, like hair salons and barber shops. On 8/28/20, CDPH replaced the CML with the “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” that created four new re-opening categories based on minimum thresholds for number new cases per day and rate at which cases are positive. On 11/16/20, the Blueprint plan was halted, and 94.1% of the state population was moved to the most restrictive category.
Restaurant notes
CA - Order from CDPH on 7/13/20 stated all dine-in restaurants must close indoor seating to customers, but can continue to utilize outdoor seating. On 8/28/20, CDPH replaced the CML with the “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” that created four new re-opening categories based on minimum thresholds for number new cases per day and rate at which cases are positive. On 11/16/20, the Blueprint plan was halted, and 94.1% of the state population was moved to the most restrictive category.
Bar notes
CA - Bars in California never opened statewide. Order on 6/12/20 allowed bars to reopen as part of phase 3, but counties must provide a “written attestation” indicating case metrics, readiness to fight outbreak, and county-specific reopening plans. However, on 6/28/20 Governor Newsom ordered all bars and nightlife to close in seven counties. Order from CDPH on 7/13/20 stated all bars, pubs and breweries must close all operations statewide, unless they offer outdoor dine-in meals. On 8/28/20, CDPH replaced the CML with the “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” that created four new re-opening categories based on minimum thresholds for number new cases per day and rate at which cases are positive. On 11/16/20, the Blueprint plan was halted, and 94.1% of the state population was moved to the most restrictive category.
Gym notes
CA - Order from CDPH on 7/13/20 reclosed gyms in some counties, but not statewide. If a county is placed on the County Monitoring List (CML), due to case positivity rates, for three consecutive days or more, then an additional group of businesses must cease indoor operations, like gyms. On 8/28/20, CDPH replaced the CML with the “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” that created four new re-opening categories based on minimum thresholds for number new cases per day and rate at which cases are positive. On 11/16/20, the Blueprint plan was halted and 94.1% of the state population was moved to the most restrictive category.
Movie theater notes
CA - Order on 6/12/20 stating that counties meeting certain metrics could re-open at 25% capacity. On 7/13/20 there was an order from CDPH closing all indoor operations at movie theaters statewide. On 8/28/20, CDPH replaced the CML with the “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” that created four new re-opening categories based on minimum thresholds for number new cases per day and rate at which cases are positive. On 11/16/20, the Blueprint plan was halted and 94.1% of the state population was moved to the most restrictive category.
Business notes
CA - Restaurants and non-essential businesses closed with stay-at-home order; Manufacturing offices (when telework not possible), outdoor museums Limited Personal Services
ColoradoMar 23, 2020--Mar 19, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020May 27, 2020Jun 4, 2020Jun 18, 2020May 1, 2020Jun 18, 2020--Aug 24, 2020Jun 30, 2020Jun 30, 2020--------Apr 26, 2021------------
Restaurant notes
CO - Indoor dining never shutdown statewide, but on 11/20/20, some counties were moved to a higher risk rating thus forcing these 15 counties to close indoor dining completely. These restrictions were removed from those counties on 1/4/21.
Bar notes
CO - Per EO on 6/30/20, all bars must close though bars can remain open for takeaway beverage service. Also, establishments operating as bars and clubs that also offer food may remain open at current capacity limits.
Business notes
CO - Retail and personal services can open 5/1/2020 if implementing best practices; Non-critical offices may open 5/4/2020 must be at 50% capacity
ConnecticutMar 17, 2020--Mar 23, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020--May 20, 2020Jun 17, 2020Jun 17, 2020May 20, 2020May 19, 2021------------------------------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
CT - On 10/8/20, hair salons and barber shops were able to operate at 75% capacity. Beginning on 3/19/21, all capacity limits on personal services will be lifted.
Restaurant notes
CT - Indoor dining was able to reopen on 6/17/20 at 50% capacity on 10/8/20 at 75% capacity, and reverted back on 11/6/20 to 50%. Beginning on 3/19/21, all capacity limits on restaurants will be lifted, but will retain 8-person maximum per table limit. As of 4/2/21, there is an 11PM curfew.
Bar notes
CT - Bars that only serve beverages remain closed
Gym notes
CT - Beginning on 3/19/21, all capacity limits on gyms will be lifted (previously capped at 50%)
Movie theater notes
CT - Indoor movie theaters must operate at 50% capacity until further notice. As of 4/2/21, there is an 11PM curfew.
Business notes
CT - 5/20 open restaurants, retail, offices, personal care, outdoor museums and zoos, university research
DelawareMar 16, 2020Apr 6, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jun 1, 2020May 20, 2020Jun 15, 2020Jun 15, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jul 3, 2020----------Sep 4, 2020------------
School & day care notes
DE - Day cares only remained open for children of essential workers
Restaurant notes
DE - On 11/23/20, Governor Carney ordered indoor service at restaurants and bars serving food that capacity should not exceed 30% (previously 60%). On 2/12/21, the capacity limit was raised to 50%.
Bar notes
DE - The towns directed by the order are: Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Long Neck, Bethany Beach, South Bethany, Fenwick Island, West Fenwick Island, Ocean View, Millville. Restrictions were removed on 9/4/20.
Business notes
DE - 5/8 reopen personal care (hair salons/barber shops) with restrictions, can only serve those working in essential businesses 5/22 reopen pools
District of ColumbiaMar 16, 2020--Mar 25, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 16, 2020--May 29, 2020Jun 22, 2020Jun 22, 2020Jun 22, 2020May 29, 2020----Dec 23, 2020Dec 23, 2020----Dec 23, 2020Jan 22, 2021Jan 22, 2021------------
Restaurant notes
DC - Indoor dining resumed at 50% capacity on 6/22/20. On 11/23/20 restaurants must end alcohol sales at 10PM. On 12/14/20, indoor dining was ordered to reduce capacity from 50% to 25% capacity. On 12/23/20 indoor dining closed until 1/22/21 when indoor dining could resume at 25% capacity. These orders apply to bars that serve food consistent with prior Mayor's order and operatepursuant to endorsements from the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA).
Gym notes
DC - On 12/17/20, gyms were ordered to operate at 25% capacity (from 5 people per 1000 sq. feet)
Business notes
DC - 5/29 reopen retail (curbside pick up/delivery), barber shops/salons
FloridaMar 17, 2020--Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Mar 17, 2020--May 18, 2020May 18, 2020Jun 5, 2020May 18, 2020Jun 5, 2020----Jun 26, 2020Jun 26, 2020--------Sep 14, 2020------------
Restaurant notes
FL - 10/25/20 EO by Governor DeSantis Restaurants ordered any establishment with a food service license may not be limited by a COVID-19 emergency order (by any local government) to less than 50% of indoor capacity. If an establishment is limited to less than 100% of its indoor capacity, it must provide health justification and costs associated with capacity limit.
Bar notes
FL - DBPR ordered on 6/26/20 that vendors (licesnsed to sell alcohol) who derive >50% of gross revenue from sale of alcoholic beverages must suspend sales for on-site consumption. This order did not cease take-out or delivery services. The DBPR order filed on 9/10/20 rescinded 6/26/20 order to alllow bars to reopen at 50% capacity.
Business notes
FL - 5/4 Some retail open in most counties, must operate at 25% capacity. Does not include entire state.5/18 reopened restaurants, retail, museums/libraries, gyms, amusement parks, professional sports venues, personal care for entire state
GeorgiaMar 18, 2020--Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Mar 24, 2020--Apr 27, 2020Apr 24, 2020Apr 27, 2020Apr 23, 2020Jun 1, 2020------------------------------
Business notes
GA - Governor ordered non-essential businesses to operate at minimum basic operations, but did not order them to close; Allow gyms, fitness centers, bowling alleys, body art studios, barbers, cosmetologists, hair designers, nail care artists, estheticians, their respective schools, and massage therapists 4/24 4/27 theaters, private social clubs, and restaurant dine-in services reopen;
HawaiiMar 16, 2020--Mar 25, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020--Jun 5, 2020Jun 19, 2020Jun 19, 2020May 7, 2020Jun 26, 2020------------------------------
Bar notes
HI - Oahu reclosed non-essential businesses, but it was Mayor initiated/ordered, not state. HOWEVER, Gov. Ige "approved" and undersigned it (https://governor.hawaii.gov/newsroom/latest-news/governors-office-news-release-gov-ige-approves-mayor-caldwells-stay-at-home-order/). Consider this as an action taken by a local community, and therefore one that doesn't fit in the definition of begin to re-close bars, but a second opinion is welcome.
Business notes
HI - May 7 – 15: Reopened agriculture, auto dealerships, car washes, pet grooming services, observatories and support facilities, retail and repair services, and shopping malls; Governor is taking a county by county approach to reopening (counties must apply to reopen specific types of businesses); 6/1 personal care/salons open in every county; 6/5 restaurants reopened in every county
IdahoMar 24, 2020--Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020--May 16, 2020May 16, 2020May 30, 2020May 1, 2020May 30, 2020------------------------------
Bar notes
ID - Ada County closed bars as mandated by Central District Health from 6/24/20-2/19/20. This is not a statewide agency, it's authority is limited to certain counties. https://www.cdhd.idaho.gov/dac-coronavirus-order.php
Business notes
ID - 5/1 Does not include entertainment venues, bars, restaurants, hair salons; 5/16 restaurants, gyms, hair salons reopen
IllinoisMar 17, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020May 29, 2020May 29, 2020Jun 26, 2020May 29, 2020Jun 26, 2020May 29, 2020Jul 1, 2020Nov 20, 2020Nov 20, 2020Nov 20, 2020--Nov 20, 2020Feb 4, 2021Feb 4, 2021--Feb 4, 2021--------
School & day care notes
IL - Day cares only remained open for children of essential workers
Hair salon/barber shop notes
IL - As of 2/4/21, all regions in the state entered phase 4 allowing personal services to operate at no more 50% capacity.
Restaurant notes
IL - During phase 3, tier 1 indoor service could reopen but was limited to the lesser of 25 guests or 25% capacity per room and 4 guests maximum per party; however, not all regions progressed to this tier. As of 2/4/21, all regions in the state entered phase 4 allowing reopening with groups of 10 or less, with tables spaced 6-feet apart in seated areas and with standing areas at no more than 25% of capacity. However, as of 2/2/21 Chicago and Cook County are maintaining occupancy restrictions at restaurants of 50% occupancy or 50 people per room, (whichever is fewer).
Bar notes
IL – Chicago reclosed bars in July, but this was ordered by the Mayor, not the state. Order on 11/20/20, closed indoor bar services. During phase 3, tier 1 indoor service could reopen but was limited to the lesser of 25 guests or 25% capacity per room and 4 guests maximum per party; however, not all regions progressed to this tier. As of 2/4/21, all regions in the state entered phase 4 allowing reopening with groups of 10 or less, with tables spaced 6-feet apart in seated areas and with standing areas at no more than 25% of capacity. However, as of 2/2/21 Chicago and Cook County are maintaining occupancy restrictions at bars of 50% occupancy or 50 people per room, (whichever is fewer).
Gym notes
IL - As of 2/4/21, all regions in the state entered phase 4 allowing gyms to operate at no more 50% capacity
Movie theater notes
IL - As of 2/4/21, all regions in the state entered phase 4 allowing theaters to operate at lesser of 50 guests OR 50% of overall theater or performance space capacity.
Business notes
IL - 5/29 reopen manufacturing, non-essential businesses, personal care, retail
Casino notes
IL - Casinos could reopen under Phase 3, Tier 2 at 25% capacity. As of 2/4/21, all regions in the state entered phase 4 allowing casinos to operate at no more 50% capacity.
IndianaMar 20, 2020--Mar 25, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020May 18, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jun 12, 2020May 18, 2020Jun 12, 2020--Jun 15, 2020--------------------------
Business notes
IN - 5/4 retail/commercial businesses and manufacturing reopens in most counties. 5/18 retail/commercial business reopen for entire state
IowaApr 2, 2020--Mar 26, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 16, 2020May 15, 2020May 15, 2020May 22, 2020May 15, 2020May 28, 2020--Jun 1, 2020Aug 27, 2020----------Oct 5, 2020------------
School & day care notes
IA - Governor recommended schools close 5/15; Ordered schools to close 4/2
Bar notes
IA – On 8/27/20, all bars, taverns, wineries, breweries, distilleries, night clubs and other establishments that sell alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises were ordered to close in the following counties: Black Hawk, Dallas, Johnson, Linn, Polk, and Story. On 9/16/20, bars could reopen in all counties except Johnson and Story. On 10/2/20, bars in Johnson and Story counties could reopen.
Business notes
IA - Order to close non-essential businesses only mentions retail/personal care businesses; Reopened restaurants, fitness centers, malls, libraries, race tracks, and other retail 5/1 in most counties, statewide 5/15
KansasMar 18, 2020--Mar 30, 2020Mar 30, 2020Mar 30, 2020Mar 30, 2020Mar 30, 2020May 4, 2020May 4, 2020May 18, 2020May 22, 2020May 4, 2020Jun 8, 2020--May 22, 2020--------------------------
Business notes
KS - Statewide stay-at-home order went into effect 3/30/20 and closed all non-essential businesses; 5/4 Most businesses reopen except Bars, casinos, indoor leisure spaces, gyms, personal service; 5/18 gyms and personal service reopen
KentuckyMar 17, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 26, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 16, 2020--May 22, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jun 1, 2020May 20, 2020Jun 29, 2020Jun 8, 2020--Jul 28, 2020Jul 28, 2020----Nov 20, 2020Dec 13, 2020Aug 11, 2020----Nov 20, 2020--Dec 13, 2020--
Hair salon/barber shop notes
KY - As of 3/5/21, salons can operate at 60% capacity
Restaurant notes
KY - Per EO on 11/20/20, indoor dining operations closed. Though, restaurants could provide outdoor service, provided that all customers are seated at tables, table size is limited to a maximum of eight people from maximum 2 households. Normal service at 50% capacity with services stopping at 11PM and closing no later than 12AM resumed on 12/13/20 as of 11:59PM. As of 3/5/21, restaurants can operate at 60% capacity.
Gym notes
KY - As of 3/5/21, gyms can operate at 60% capacity
Movie theater notes
KY - EO on 11/20/20 reduced theater capacity to maximum 25 people. As of 3/5/21, theaters can operate at 60% capacity.
Business notes
KY - May 11 – Manufacturing, construction, vehicle and vessel dealerships, professional services (at 50% of pre-outbreak capacity), horse racing (without spectators), pet grooming and boarding May 20 – Retail, houses of worship; 5/25 personal care services
LouisianaMar 16, 2020--Mar 23, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020May 1, 2020May 15, 2020May 15, 2020May 15, 2020Jun 5, 2020--May 18, 2020Jul 13, 2020Jul 13, 2020--------Mar 3, 2021------------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
LA - On 11/25/20, the capacity limit dropped to 50% from 75%. On 3/3/21, the capacity limit increased to 75%.
Restaurant notes
LA - On 11/25/20, the capacity limit dropped to 50% from 75%. On 3/3/21, the capacity limit increased to 75%.
Bar notes
LA - The initial closure was extended 4 times. However, on 10/9/20, via executive order, bars in parishes with a positivity rate of 5% or lower for two consecutive weeks may opt-in to open bars for on-premises consumption. On 11/24/20, via executive order, bars in parishes above 5% positivity must be closed to indoor sales and consumption, but open for outdoor consumption at tables only and at 25% capacity, with a maximum of 50 people. This policy was extended through the end of February. On 3/3/21, bars, regardless of COVID-19 positivity rate, opened for indoor service at 25% capacity; in parishes with a lower than 5% positivity rate, indoor capacity is 50%. New Orleans parish is not participating in this reopening.
Gym notes
LA - On 11/25/20, the capacity limit dropped to 50% from 75%.
Movie theater notes
LA - On 11/25/20, the capacity limit dropped to 50% from 75%. On 3/3/21, the capacity limit increased to 75%.
Business notes
LA - 5/1 limited retail permitted to reopen with capacity restrictions; 5/15 reopen Restaurants, cafes, malls, Gyms, personal care, Movie theaters, Museums, zoos, aquariums, Bars and breweries with LDH food permits
MaineApr 2, 2020--Mar 25, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 18, 2020--Jun 1, 2020Jun 17, 2020Jul 1, 2020Jun 1, 2020Mar 26, 2021------------------------------
School & day care notes
ME - Order to close schools came after schools had already voluntarily closed statewide
Restaurant notes
ME - Indoor dining service resumed 6/21/20. As of 3/26/21 the indoor capacity is set at 50%, and outdoor capacity is set at 75%.
Bar notes
ME - Indoor bars, distilleries and tasting room service can resume 3/26/21 at 50% capacity indoors and 75% outdoors
Business notes
ME - Reopen personal care services (barber shops/hair salons) and outdoor recreation 5/1; rural counties reopened retail 5/18
MarylandMar 16, 2020Mar 30, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020May 29, 2020Jun 19, 2020Sep 1, 2020May 15, 2020Jun 12, 2020Jun 19, 2020Jun 19, 2020--------------------------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
MD - As of 3/12/21, there is no capacity limit
Restaurant notes
MD - As of 3/12/21, there is no capacity limit
Bar notes
MD - As of 3/12/21, there is no capacity limit
Gym notes
MD - As of 3/12/21, there is no capacity limit
Business notes
MD - 5/15 reopen retail, manufacturing, some personal service; 6/5 most non-essential businesses reopened (did not include large venues/theaters, bars, gyms)
MassachusettsMar 17, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 14, 2020Jun 8, 2020Jul 13, 2020Jul 13, 2020Jun 8, 2020May 29, 2021Jun 8, 2020Jul 6, 2020--------------------------
Restaurant notes
MA - Ordered to maintain a 25% capacity limit from 12/26/20 through 2/8/21 when the capacity limit expanded to 40%.
Gym notes
MA - Ordered to maintain a 25% capacity limit from 12/26/20 through 2/8/21 when the capacity limit expanded to 40%
Movie theater notes
MA - Ordered to maintain a 25% capacity limit from 12/26/20 through 2/8/21 when the capacity limit expanded to 40%.
Business notes
MA - 5/18 just applies to manufacturing and construction; 6/8 retail, childcare/camps, restaurants, warehouses, personal services without close physical contact
MichiganMar 16, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Jun 8, 2020Sep 9, 2020Oct 9, 2020Jun 4, 2020Jun 8, 2020Jun 8, 2020Aug 5, 2020Jul 1, 2020Jul 31, 2020Nov 18, 2020--Nov 18, 2020Feb 1, 2021Oct 9, 2020--Dec 21, 2020Nov 18, 2020--Feb 2, 2021--
Restaurant notes
MI - 7/31/20 EO closed indoor seating in bars throughout the state but excluded regions 6 and 8. Resturants that get 70% or more of their profits from alcohol sales based on 2019 receipts are considered bars. On 2/1/21 restaurants can operate indoors at 25% capacity with a maximum of 6 people per party and must close from 10PM-4AM. As of 3/5/21, restaurants can operate at 50% capacity.
Bar notes
MI - Governor closed bars on 7/1/20 in most but not all of the state via executive order, indoor service only. Outdoor service still permitted. 7/28/20 governor expanded this closure. 9/3/20 states that bars must close for indoor service but that both bars and restaurants are permitted to serve customers outdoors with social distancing restrictions in place. As of 2/2/21 bars can operate indoors at 25% capacity.
Gym notes
MI - 7/31/20 EO closed gyms throughout the state but excluded regions 6 and 8. As of 12/21/20, capacity is limited to 25%.
Movie theater notes
MI - 7/31/20 EO closed entertainment venues throughout the state but excluded regions 6 and 8. As of 12/21/20, capacity is limited to 100 people.
Business notes
MI - 5/18 allow retail and restaurants to reopen in some regions of the state; does not apply to entire state; 5/26 reopen some retail and car dealerships; 6/4 reopen retail for entire state
Casino notes
MI - As of 12/21/20, capacity is limited to 100 people
MinnesotaMar 18, 2020--Mar 28, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020--Jun 1, 2020Jun 10, 2020Jun 10, 2020May 18, 2020Jun 10, 2020----Nov 21, 2020Nov 21, 2020Nov 21, 2020Nov 21, 2020Nov 21, 2020Jan 11, 2021Jan 11, 2021Dec 18, 2020Jan 11, 2021--------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
MN - As of 3/15/21, there is no capacity limit
Restaurant notes
MN - On 12/18/20, restaurants could resume service outdoors at 50% capacity. On 1/11/21, restaurants could resume indoor service at 50% capacity. As of 3/15/21, capacity is 75% (250 people maximum) for both indoor and outdoor services, with service closed 11PM-4AM. Beginning 4/1/21, the 250 person limit may be exceeded.
Bar notes
MN - On 12/18/20, outdoor bars could resume service outdoors at 50% capacity. On 1/11/21, indoor bars could resume indoor service at 50% capacity. As of 3/15/21, capacity is 75% (250 people maximum) for both indoor and outdoor services, with service closed 11PM-4AM. Beginning 4/1/21, the 250 person limit may be exceeded.
Gym notes
MN - As of 3/15/21, capacity is 50% (250 people maximum). Beginning 4/1/21, the 250 person limit may be exceeded.
Movie theater notes
MN - As of 3/15/21, capacity is 50% (250 people maximum). Beginning 4/1/21, the limit may increase based upon seated vs nonseated venues.
Business notes
MN - 4/27 allowed employees in certain agricultural, industrial and office settings to return to work; 5/18 open retail
MississippiMar 20, 2020--Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Mar 16, 2020May 7, 2020May 11, 2020Jun 1, 2020Apr 27, 2020Jun 1, 2020--May 21, 2020--------------------------
Restaurant notes
MS - Initially reopened with 50% capacity. On 6/15/20, restaurants serving alcohol no longer had to close at 10PM. On 7/24/20, restaurants must not sell alcohol from 11PM-7AM. On 9/14/20, the capacity limit expanded to 75% capacity.
Bar notes
MS - Initially reopened with 50% capacity. On 6/15/20, bars serving alcohol no longer had to close at 10PM. On 7/24/20, bars must not sell alcohol from 11PM-7AM. On 9/14/20, the capacity limit expanded to 75% capacity.
Gym notes
MS - Initially reopened with 30% capacity. On 6/15/20, the capacity limit expanded to 50% capacity. On 7/24/20, bars must not sell alcohol from 11PM-7AM. On 9/14/20, the capacity limit expanded to 75% capacity.
Movie theater notes
MS - Capacity limit set at 50%
Business notes
MS - 10 people or less allowed at bars; MS - 4/27 retail and most non-customer facing businesses with capacity restrictions; 5/7 reopen restaurants; 5/8 personal care, gyms, 5/15 reopen tattoo parlors, dance studios
MissouriMar 23, 2020--Apr 3, 2020Mar 23, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 17, 2020May 4, 2020May 4, 2020May 4, 2020May 4, 2020May 4, 2020--Jun 1, 2020--------------------------
School & day care notes
MO - Order to close schools came after most schools had already closed
Business notes
MO - 5/4 retail and restaurants with restrictions
MontanaMar 16, 2020--Mar 28, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020May 4, 2020May 15, 2020May 15, 2020Apr 27, 2020May 4, 2020--May 4, 2020--------------------------
Business notes
MT - 4/27 retail, places of worship (4/26); 5/4 restaurants and bars; 5/15 gyms, museums, movie theaters
NebraskaApr 3, 2020--Apr 9, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 3, 2020Apr 9, 2020Apr 3, 2020--Jun 1, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jun 22, 2020Jun 22, 2020Jun 22, 2020------------------------------
School & day care notes
NE - Schools closed in some counties 3/23; order to close schools extended to all counties 4/3
Business notes
NE - Non-essential retail was not ordered to be closed but personal care services like nail salons and hairdressers were; 4/3 order set rules for how gyms could remain open (but never closed gyms) and capped gatherings in indoor theaters at 10 persons; 5/4 some counties opened restaurants, personal care. 5/18 all counties permitted to reopen restaurants and personal care
NevadaMar 16, 2020--Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 17, 2020May 9, 2020May 29, 2020May 29, 2020May 9, 2020May 29, 2020--Jun 4, 2020Jul 10, 2020----------Sep 21, 2020------------
Restaurant notes
NV - From 11/24/20-12/15/20, the state entered a 3 week pause which reduced capacity to 25%; however, restrictions were extended through 2/15/20 to which capacity increased to 35% and on 3/15/20 capacity increased to 50%.
Bar notes
NV - Governor re-closed bars in Clark, Elko, Nye and Washoe counties. Nye County reopened bars on 9/10/20 at 50% capacity, Washoe County reopened bars on 9/16/20 at 50% capacity and Clark & Elko County reopened bars on 9/20/20 at 50% capacity. From 11/24/20-12/15/20, the state entered a 3 week pause which reduced capacity to 25%; however, restrictions were extended through 3/15/20 to which capacity increased to 50%.
Gym notes
NV - From 11/24/20-12/15/20, the state entered a 3 week pause which reduced capacity to 25%; however, restrictions were extended through 2/15/20 to which capacity increased to 35% and on 3/15/20 capacity increased to 50%.
Movie theater notes
NV - From 11/24/20-12/15/20, the state entered a 3 week pause which reduced capacity to 25%; however, restrictions were extended through 2/15/20 to which capacity increased to 35% and on 3/15/20 capacity increased to 50%.
Business notes
NV - 5/9 Retail, personal care, restaurants/bars/breweries that serve food, cannabis dispensaries; 5/17 charter fishing services and for-hire vessel activities reopen; 5/22 outdoor activities at recreational businesses (batting cages, golf courses, shooting ranges, tennis clubs etc)
Casino notes
NV - From 11/24/20-12/15/20, the state entered a 3 week pause which reduced capacity to 25%; however, restrictions were extended through 2/15/20 to which capacity increased to 35% and on 3/15/20 capacity increased to 50%.
New HampshireMar 16, 2020--Mar 28, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 28, 2020Mar 28, 2020Mar 16, 2020--May 18, 2020Jun 15, 2020Jun 29, 2020May 11, 2020Jun 15, 2020------------------------------
Business notes
NH - 5/11 retail, barber shops, hair salons, golf courses; 5/18 outdoor dining at restaurants
New JerseyMar 18, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Jun 15, 2020Sep 1, 2020Sep 4, 2020Jun 15, 2020Jun 15, 2020Jun 15, 2020Jun 26, 2020--------------------------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
NJ - The capacity limit was increased on 2/5/21 to 35%, and on 3/19/21 to 50%
Restaurant notes
NJ - Indoor dining resumed on 9/4/20 at 25% capacity. The capacity limit was increased on 2/5/21 to 35%, and on 3/19/21 to 50%.
Gym notes
NJ - The capacity limit was increased on 2/5/21 to 35%, and on 3/19/21 to 50%
Business notes
NJ - Bars not technically closed, but most in person alcohol sales prohibited; 5/18 allow construction and retail for curbside pickup
Casino notes
NJ - The capacity limit was increased on 2/5/21 to 35%, and on 3/19/21 to 50%
New MexicoMar 16, 2020--Mar 24, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 16, 2020May 27, 2020Jun 1, 2020Mar 24, 2021May 16, 2020Jun 2, 2021--Mar 24, 2021------Nov 16, 2020Jul 13, 2020Aug 29, 2020--Dec 2, 2020----Nov 16, 2020--Mar 24, 2021
Hair salon/barber shop notes
NM - Based upon the tiered county-by-county colored level reopening framework, salons and barber shops reopened in the red level on 12/2/20 at 25% capacity or maximum 10 patrons. The yellow level allows operations at 33% capacity or maximum 20 patrons; the green level allows operations at 50% capacity; the turquoise level allows gyms to operate at 75% capacity.
Restaurant notes
NM - 7/13/20 order only restricted indoor dining; 8/29/20 order allowed indoor dining with 25% capacity limit.
Bar notes
NM - Bars cannot reopen in the state unless the county is within the green or turqioise level (based upon daily cases and COVID-19 test positivity rates), and as of 3/29/21 there are 10 counties in the yellow level. The red and yellow levels do not allow bar operations; the green level allows bars to operate at 25% capacity outdoors only; the turquoise level allows bars to operate at 33% capacity indoors and 75% capacity outdoors.
Gym notes
NM - Based upon the tiered county-by-county colored level reopening framework, gyms reopened in the red level on 12/2/20 at 25% capacity or maximum 75 patrons. The yellow level allows gyms to operate at 25% capacity or maximum 125 patrons; the green level allows gyms to operate at 50% capacity; the turquoise level allows gyms to operate at 75% capacity.
Business notes
NM - 5/1 pet/vet services, gun stores golf courses open reopened in most counties (3 hotspot counties not included); 5/16 pet/vet services, gun stores golf courses open for entire state. 5/16 all retail/non-essential businesses reopen but not in 3 hotspot counties; 6/1 ALL counties-indoor dining, gyms, personal care. Previous openings that did not apply to hot spot counties now permitted in hot spot counties as well.
New YorkMar 18, 2020--Mar 22, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Jun 22, 2020Sep 2, 2020Mar 5, 2021Jun 8, 2020May 3, 2021--Sep 9, 2020--------------------------
Restaurant notes
NY - Indoor dining in New York City was closed from 12/14/20-2/12/21. Starting on 3/19.21, restaurants outside of New York City can move from 50% capacity to 75% capacity; New York City restaurants can move from 35% capacity (initially 25%) to 50% capacity on this date.
Movie theater notes
NY - Movie theaters outside NYC open 10/23/20 at 50% capacity , in NYC 3/5/21at 25% capacity.
Business notes
NY - 5/15 entire state reopened landscaping/gardening, some parts of state reopened construction, agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting, and other businesses (depending on region)
North CarolinaMar 16, 2020--Mar 30, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 17, 2020--May 22, 2020Sep 4, 2020Oct 2, 2020May 8, 2020Mar 26, 2021------------------------------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
NC - As of 2/26/21, the capacity limit is 50% or maximum 12 customers
Restaurant notes
NC - As of 2/26/21, the capacity limit is 50%.
Bar notes
NC - On 10/2/20, outdoor bar operations resumed at 30%. As of 2/26/21, indoor bar areas may open at 30% capacity; the same capacity limit exists for outdoor bars. Governor issued an order banning the sale of alcohol between the hours of 11PM and 7AM on 7/28/20, which was changed to 9PM-7AM on 12/11/20, and currently as of 2/26/21 the hours are from 11PM-7AM.
Gym notes
NC - As of 2/26/21, the capacity limit is 50% (increase from 30%)
Movie theater notes
NC - As of 2/26/21, the capacity limit is 30%.
Business notes
NC - 5/8 retail; 5/22 restaurants, personal care, tattoo parlors, pools, childcare facilities
North DakotaMar 16, 2020--Mar 20, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 20, 2020--May 1, 2020May 1, 2020May 1, 2020May 1, 2020May 1, 2020------------------------------
Restaurant notes
ND - As of 1/29/21, restaurants, and other food service establishments can increase their occupancy from 65% (200-patron cap) to 80% (300-patron cap).
Bar notes
ND - As of 1/29/21, bars can increase their occupancy from 65% (200-patron cap) to 80% (300-patron cap).
Business notes
ND - Started closing non-essential businesses statewide on 3/20 but did not release EO until 3/27, which listed the dates of all closures that had happened until that point; Most businesses reopened 5/1
OhioMar 17, 2020Mar 26, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 15, 2020--May 15, 2020May 22, 2020Jun 10, 2020May 12, 2020May 15, 2020May 31, 2020----------------------------
Restaurant notes
OH - From 11/19/20-2/11/20, there was a curfew shutting down businesses from 10PM-5AM; on 1/28/21 the curfew was changed to 11PM-5AM.
Bar notes
OH - On 7/31/2020 issued a curfew for alcohol sales. From 11/19/20-2/11/20, there was a curfew shutting down businesses from 10PM-5AM; on 1/28/21 the curfew was changed to 11PM-5AM.
Business notes
OH - Manufacturing, distribution, construction, and general office environments 5/12- consumer, retail and services opened 5/15 personal care/tattoo parlors reopen
OklahomaMar 17, 2020--Apr 1, 2020Apr 1, 2020Apr 1, 2020Apr 1, 2020Apr 1, 2020--May 1, 2020May 1, 2020May 1, 2020Apr 24, 2020May 15, 2020------------------------------
Business notes
OK - 4/24 personal care, pet groomers; 5/1 dining, entertainment, movie theaters, gyms, tattoo parlors
OregonMar 16, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 17, 2020--Jun 19, 2020Jun 19, 2020Jan 29, 2021May 15, 2020Jun 19, 2020May 16, 2020--Nov 18, 2020Nov 18, 2020--Nov 18, 2020Nov 18, 2020----Jan 29, 2021----------
Restaurant notes
OR - As of 3/24/21, there are 2 counties in the extreme risk level so the whole state is not considered to have bars open until the two counties move to high risk (25% capacity). Those in high and moderate risk counties must close at 11PM and cap customers at 25% and 50%, respectively. Those in low risk counties may close at 12AM and cap customers at 50%. Outdoor restaurant services resumed on 12/2/20.
Bar notes
OR - Outdoor services resumed on 12/2/20. As of 3/24/21, there are 2 counties in the extreme risk level so the whole state is not considered to have bars open until the two counties move to high risk (25% capacity). Those in high and moderate risk counties must close at 11PM and cap customers at 25% and 50%, respectively. Those in low risk counties may close at 12AM and cap customers at 50%.
Gym notes
OR - Those in extreme risk counties must have less than 6 customers at all times. Those in high risk counties have a capacity limit of 25%, and those in moderate and low risk counties have a capacity limit of 50%
Movie theater notes
OR - Those in extreme risk counties must have less than 6 customers at all times and close at 11PM. Those in high risk counties have a capacity limit of 25% and must close at 11PM. Those in moderate and low risk counties have a capacity limit of 50% and must close by 11PM and 12AM, respectively.
Business notes
OR - Closed non-essential retail 3/24/2020, but did not mandate non-retail closures; 5/15 excludes a number of businesses that involve close contact (salons, barber shops, theaters, amusement parks, gyms, restaurants/bars, museums)
PennsylvaniaMar 16, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 17, 2020Jun 5, 2020Jul 3, 2020Jul 3, 2020Jun 5, 2020Jun 5, 2020Jun 5, 2020Jun 9, 2020Jul 16, 2020Jul 16, 2020Dec 12, 2020Dec 12, 2020Dec 12, 2020Jan 4, 2021Apr 4, 2021Jan 4, 2021Jan 4, 2021--------
Restaurant notes
PA - As of 4/4/21, restaurants may resume bar service, alcohol service allowed without the purchase of food, curfew for removing alcoholic drinks from tables at 12AM lifted and indoor dining capacity can increase to 75% from 50% if restaurant is self-certified.
Bar notes
PA - On 4/4/21, bar service may resume at restaurants
Gym notes
PA - As of 4/4/21, capacity can increase to 75% from 50%
Movie theater notes
PA - As of 4/4/21, capacity can increase to 75% from 50%.
Business notes
PA - Bar closures began in some counties on 3/16; 5/8 some counties open retail; 5/22 more counties open retail
Casino notes
PA - As of 4/4/21, capacity can increase to 75% from 50%
Rhode Island--Mar 16, 2020Mar 30, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 17, 2020Mar 22, 2020May 18, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jun 30, 2020May 9, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jun 8, 2020Nov 30, 2020Nov 30, 2020Nov 30, 2020Nov 30, 2020----Feb 12, 2021Dec 21, 2020Dec 21, 2020--------
School & day care notes
RI - Order to close schools came after schools had already closed statewide
Restaurant notes
RI - On 11/30/2020, the bar area and any seating closed within restaurants, and indoor dining capacity was capped at 33%. At this time, a new curfew was enforced at 10PM Sunday-Thursday and at 10:30PM Friday and Saturday. On 1/31/21, the curfew was lifted.
Bar notes
RI - On 8/5/20 Governor Raimondo issued order closing bars and ending alcohol sales at 11PM. On 11/30/2020, the bar area and any seating closed as part of the Rhode Island on Pause plan. On 2/15/21, EO 21-13 allowed bars to reopen bar counter and bar counter seating, but parties are limited to 90 minutes and the bar area must close at 11PM. On 3/12/21, EO 21-24 allowed a restaurant or bar to keep the bar area open until 12AM for seated patrons that order food by 11PM.
Business notes
RI - Order to close non-essential businesses only applied to retail closures; RI-5/9-Non-essential retail reopen with capacity restrictions; 6/1 in person retail, personal service, restaurants, gyms
South CarolinaMar 16, 2020--Apr 1, 2020Mar 19, 2020Apr 1, 2020Apr 1, 2020Mar 18, 2020Apr 1, 2020May 4, 2020May 18, 2020Aug 3, 2020Apr 20, 2020May 4, 2020--May 22, 2020--------------------------
Bar notes
SC - 7/10/20 Governor mandated that bars/restaurants cannot sell alcohol from 11PM-10AM, but did not close bars. This mandate has been lifted as of 3/1/21.
Business notes
SC - Order to close non-essential businesses mostly applied to retail, entertainment venues & athletic facilities; SC-4/20 Only applies to some retail, must operate at 20%; 5/4 outdoor dining; 5/11 restaurants (dine in); 5/18 personal care, gyms, pools; 5/22 attraction facilities (zoos, museums, amusement parks etc.)
South DakotaMar 16, 2020------------------------------------------------------
Business notes
SD - EO states that non-essential businesses "should" be open only to maximum of 10 people but does not specify enforcement of this; Never closed non-essential retail
TennesseeMar 20, 2020--Apr 1, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 23, 2020--Apr 27, 2020May 1, 2020May 22, 2020Apr 27, 2020May 22, 2020------------------------------
School & day care notes
TN - Schools recommended to close by governor, but all school districts complied
Business notes
TN - Allowed some counties to dictate their own reopening. In most counties, restaurants reopen 4/27, retail opened 4/29, gyms reopen 5/1, personal care 5/6
TexasMar 21, 2020--Apr 2, 2020Mar 21, 2020Mar 21, 2020Apr 2, 2020Mar 21, 2020--May 1, 2020May 18, 2020May 1, 2020May 1, 2020May 29, 2020----Jun 26, 2020Jun 26, 2020--------Oct 14, 2020------------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
TX - As of 3/10/21, there are no capacity limits in counties not in an area of high hospitalizations.
Restaurant notes
TX - As of 3/10/21, there are no capacity limits in counties not in an area of high hospitalizations.
Bar notes
TX - Per the order on 10/14/20, bars/similar establishments holding a permit from the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC), and are not restaurants (less than 51% of gross receipts from the sale of alcohol) may offer on-premises services up to 50% capacity if: a. bar/similar establishment is not in an area with high hospitalizations as defined by state, and the county judge of the county in which the bar/similar establishment is located files the requisite form with TABC; or b. bar/similar establishment is in an area with high hospitalizations as defined by state, but is located in a county that has filed with DSHS, and is in compliance with, the requisite attestation form promulgated by DSHS regarding minimal cases of COVID-19, and the county judge of the county in which the bar or similar establishment is located also files the requisite form with TABC. As of 3/10/21, there are no capacity limits in counties not in an area of high hospitalizations.
Gym notes
TX - As of 3/10/21, there are no capacity limits in counties not in an area of high hospitalizations
Movie theater notes
TX - As of 3/10/21, there are no capacity limits in counties not in an area of high hospitalizations.
Business notes
TX - 5/1 reopened retail, restaurants, movie theaters, museums, libraries, malls; 5/8 personal care, pools; 5/18 offices, manufacturing, gyms
Casino notes
TX - As of 3/10/21, there are no capacity limits in counties not in an area of high hospitalizations
UtahMar 16, 2020--Mar 27, 2020Mar 20, 2020Mar 27, 2020Mar 27, 2020Mar 19, 2020--May 1, 2020May 1, 2020May 1, 2020May 1, 2020May 1, 2020------------------------------
Restaurant notes
UT - Curfew on alcohol sales starting at 10PM-close from 11/10/20-12/18/20; mandate allowed restaurants to remain open through curfew.
Bar notes
UT - Curfew on alcohol sales starting at 10PM-close from 11/10/20-12/18/20; mandate allowed bars to remain open through curfew.
Business notes
UT - 3/27 order never explicitly closed gyms and theaters but did say 'do not travel to...'; UT later issued orders explicitly opening these businesses; UT-5/1 dine in service, gyms, personal service, retail; Never closed non-essential retail
VermontMar 18, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 23, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 17, 2020--May 22, 2020Jun 1, 2020Jun 1, 2020Apr 27, 2020May 22, 2020Jun 1, 2020--Nov 15, 2020Nov 15, 2020--------Mar 24, 2021------------
Business notes
VT - 4/27 Manufacturing and distribution operations; outdoor business and retail; farmers markets open; 5/18 retail
VirginiaMar 16, 2020--Mar 25, 2020Mar 26, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020--May 29, 2020Jun 12, 2020Jul 1, 2020May 29, 2020May 29, 2020------------------------------
Restaurant notes
VA - Starting 11/15/20, restaurants must close from 12AM-5AM (this was previously 10PM-5AM, but was changed to take effect on 2/28/21).
Bar notes
VA - On 7/31/2020, EO banned sale of alcohol after 10PM. Starting 11/15/20, bars must close from 12AM-5AM (this was previously 10PM-5AM, but was changed to take effect on 2/28/21).
Business notes
VA - 5/15 most of state (apart from northern virginia) reopen restaurants, breweries, food courts, farmers markets, retail, personal care. Northern Virginia delayed until 5/29; 5/29 reopen personal care, restaurant (for outdoor seating), retail open for the entire state
WashingtonMar 17, 2020--Mar 25, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 16, 2020Mar 17, 2020--Jul 3, 2020Aug 27, 2020Feb 14, 2021Jul 3, 2020Jul 3, 2020----Nov 18, 2020Nov 18, 2020--Nov 16, 2020Nov 18, 2020Feb 14, 2021Mar 11, 2021Feb 14, 2021----------
Hair salon/barber shop notes
WA - Closure of services on 11/16/20 reduced capacity of hair salons and barbershops to 25%. As of 4/1/21, with all counties in phase 3, the capacity limit is 50%.
Restaurant notes
WA - Once counties reached "phase 2", scaled upon number of COVID cases, indoor dining could reopen at 25% capacity and end alcohol service at 11PM. Counties in "phase 3" may operate at 50% capacity and end alcohol service at 12AM. As of 4/1/21, all counties are in phase 3.
Bar notes
WA - Closure on 11/18/20 applied to indoor bar operations, outdoor dining and to-go services still permitted. As per the Healthy Washington- Roadmap to Reovery plan, establishments only serving individuals 21+ and no food remain closed.
Business notes
WA - 5/5 reopen landscaping, vehicle sales, pet walking, car washes; 5/21 some counties permitted to move to phase 2 (real estate, personal care, restaurants)
West VirginiaMar 16, 2020Mar 26, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 24, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 18, 2020May 4, 2020May 18, 2020Jun 5, 2020May 21, 2020May 26, 2020Apr 30, 2020Jun 5, 2020Jul 14, 2020----------Aug 31, 2020------------
Bar notes
WV - On 7/14/20, Governor Justice ordereded bars and indoor dining to close in Monongalia County for ten days, which was extended through 10/13/20.
Business notes
WV - 5/4 small businesses, restaurants (outdoor dining), religious entities, personal care; 5/18 gyms; 5/21 restaurants (indoor dining), large retail stores, indoor malls
WisconsinMar 18, 2020--Mar 25, 2020Mar 18, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 25, 2020Mar 17, 2020--May 13, 2020May 13, 2020May 13, 2020May 11, 2020May 13, 2020------------------------------
Business notes
WI - Most retail reopened 5/11 with restrictions. Stay at home order with non-essential business closures overturned by state supreme court 5/13
WyomingMar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020Mar 19, 2020--May 15, 2020May 1, 2020May 15, 2020May 15, 2020May 15, 2020May 1, 2020----------------------------
Restaurant notes
WY - As of 3/16/21, per WY DOH Public Health Order, all restrictions on restaurants are removed
Bar notes
WY - As of 3/16/21, per WY DOH Public Health Order, all restrictions on bars are removed.
Gym notes
WY - As of 3/16/21, per WY DOH Public Health Order, all restrictions on gyms are removed
Movie theater notes
WY - As of 3/16/21, per WY DOH Public Health Order, all restrictions on theaters are removed
Business notes
WY - 5/1 open gyms, personal care service; 5/15 movie theaters, restaurants; Never closed non-essential retail
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