A State By State Guide To Reopening America

Dated: 06/08/2020

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The latest state guidelines State-By-State are here

FORBES Jun 1, 2020, 03:23 pm EDT 

Most of the decision-making regarding when and how businesses should reopen is left to the states. To help you quickly and easily find what you need to know, here’s a state-by-state guide to what types of businesses and gatherings are open and which are still closed, as of June 1st.

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Alabama 

What’s Open: All retail stores, restaurants, bars, hair salons, entertainment venues, educational institutions, and summer camps, with certain restrictions. Hospitals and nursing homes still have restricted visitation. 

What’s Closed: Athletic competitions can’t resume until June 15.


Alaska 

What’s Open: All businesses, including recreational activities, sports and houses of worship, can return to 100% of normal capacity. Limited visitation access to senior centers, prisons, and institutions remains in effect. 


Arizona 

What’s Open: Retail businesses are permitted to resume in-person operations; cosmetologists and barbershops are permitted to resume appointment-based services; restaurants and coffee shops are permitted to resume dine-in services with social distancing measures. Gyms, pools, spas, movie theaters, casinos, shopping malls, and places of worship are permitted to open under certain conditions.


Arkansas

What’s Open: Outdoor gatherings, such as parks or athletic fields, are permitted to reopen. Indoor venues such as theaters, arenas, stadiums, and auction houses are also permitted to reopen, under certain conditions.


California

What’s Open: “Lower risk” businesses such as bookstores, clothing stores, florists, sporting goods stores and outdoor museums are permitted to reopen, under certain conditions. Places of worship and in-store retailers are permitted to reopen at limited capacity. 

What’s Closed: With exception of select counties, sports venues, gyms, dine-in restaurant services, bars and nightclubs, salons and barbershops, movie theaters and concert venues remain closed.


Colorado 

What’s Open: Children’s summer day camps. Retail stores and personal care services, including hair salons and barber shops, campsites, and other outdoor activities are permitted to reopen. Dine-in restaurants are permitted to reopen at 50% capacity. 

What’s Closed: Bars and nightclubs, gyms, and movie theaters.


Connecticut

What’s Open: Retail stores, offices and restaurants are permitted to reopen. Social and recreational gatherings are limited to 5 or fewer people until June 20.

What’s Closed: Bars, gyms, bowling alleys, theaters, nail salons, spas, tattoo parlors, hair salons, libraries and amusement parks.


Delaware

What’s Open: Small retail stores, places of worship, beaches, pools, ice cream shops, restaurants and bars, malls, barbershops, hair salons, tanning salons, parks, gyms, and casinos are permitted to reopen under strict restrictions.

What’s Closed: Convention centers, water parks, sporting venues, tattoo parlors, massage therapy services, nail salons, spas, facials, waxing services, and summer school programs. 


District of Columbia 

What’s Open: Retail businesses operating with curbside, front-door or delivery, barbershops and hair salons operating by appointment only and under strict restrictions, restaurants with outdoor seating, dog parks, golf courses, parks, tennis courts, and tracks and fields are permitted to reopen. Gatherings are limited to 10 or fewer people.

What’s Closed: Playgrounds, public pools, recreation centers, nail salons and waxing salons.


Florida

What’s Open: Restaurants, retail, museums and libraries, gyms, and fitness centers all under limited capacity, sports venues, vacation rentals, barbershops and salons, and long-term care facilities are permitted to reopen.

What’s Closed: Some beaches and state parks, bars, nightclubs and large venues, short-term vacation rentals of homes and condominiums must seek approval.


Georgia 

What’s Open: Gyms, fitness centers, bowling alleys, body art studios, barber shops and salons, theaters, private social clubs, bars, nightclubs, and dine-in restaurants are permitted to reopen, with restrictions. 

What’s Closed: Live performance venues and amusement parks.

Hawaii 

 What’s Open: Auto dealerships, car washes, pet grooming services, places of worship, retail and repair services, shopping malls, indoor exercise facilities, restaurants, museums and theaters are permitted to reopen.

What’s Closed: Large venues, bars and clubs. 


Idaho

What’s Open: Daycares, organized youth activities and camps, places of worship, restaurants, indoor gyms and recreation facilities, salons including hair, nail, massage, and cosmetic salons and movie theaters are permitted to reopen, with guidelines. 

What’s Closed: Nightclubs and large venues, including sporting venues. Visits to senior living facilities and congregate facilities are also prohibited.


Illinois 

What’s Open: Some state parks, some bars and restaurants (outdoor dining only), some retail, some outdoor sports, some barbershops, hair salons, and tattoo parlors, some gyms (outdoor classes and personal training only), some child care and summer programs are permitted to reopen. Gatherings of 10 people or fewer are allowed in some areas.

What’s Closed: Chicago will not partially reopen until June 3


Indiana 

What’s Open: Places of worship, public libraries, hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, spas, and tattoo parlors, restaurants, beaches, retail stores, malls, gyms, fitness centers and community sports facilities and pools, campgrounds, youth camps, daycares, and state parks are permitted to reopen. Social gatherings of up to 100 people are permitted.

What’s Closed: Playgrounds, overnight youth camps, bars and nightclubs, cultural and entertainment venues, amusement parks, water parks, and tourism sites, festivals, fairs, and parades, movie theaters.


Iowa 

What’s Open: Restaurants, bars, fitness centers, malls, libraries, race tracks, retail stores, places of worship, campgrounds, tanning facilities, and medical spas, salons, barbershops, massage services, tattoo parlors, movie theaters, zoos, aquariums, museums, wedding reception, state parks are permitted to reopen. Schools will be able to resume school-sponsored learning and activities.

What’s Closed: Indoor theaters, performance venues, senior citizen centers, and indoor playgrounds.


Kansas

What’s Open: State guidelines recommend some childcare facilities, libraries, personal service businesses, fitness centers, and health clubs, casinos, indoor leisure spaces, community centers, organized sports facilities and restaurants are permitted to reopen. Gatherings of more than 15 individuals are not recommended. (Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has put the decision making in the hands of county health officials)

What’s Closed: The state recommends the following remain closed: some large entertainment venues, fairs, festivals and parades, summer camps, most swimming pools, bars, and nightclubs.


Kentucky

What’s Open: Restaurants, places of worship, movie theaters, fitness centers, auctions, aquatic centers, bowling alleys, auto and dirt track racetracks, fishing tournaments, and Kentucky State Park lodges can reopen.

What’s Closed: Child care programs, youth sports, bars, campgrounds, aquariums, distilleries, libraries, outdoor attractions, and museums.


Louisiana

What’s Open: Restaurants, places of worship, gyms and fitness centers, shopping malls, barbershops and hair and nail salons, casinos, theaters, racetracks (minus spectators), museums, zoos, aquariums, bars and breweries with food permits are permitted to reopen.

What’s Closed: Amusement parks, massage, and spa establishments, tattoo parlors. 


Maine 

What’s Open: Barbershops and hair salons, lodging, day camps, state park campgrounds, community sports, tanning salons, and retail stores are permitted to reopen with restrictions. Outdoor and indoor dining at restaurants can reopen in some areas. Gatherings of more than 50 people are prohibited.

What’s Closed: Gyms and fitness centers, nail salons.


Maryland 

What’s Open: Outdoor recreation, including small group sports, fishing, hunting and exercise at state parks, retail stores, houses of worship and barber shops, outdoor dining at restaurants, outdoor pools, youth day camps and drive-in movie theaters are permitted to reopen.

What’s Closed: Gyms, movie theaters, and other entertainment venues remain closed. 


Massachusetts 

What’s Open: Places of worship, drive-in movie theaters, barbershops and outdoor recreation, including golf, fishing, hunting, and parks, are permitted to reopen with social distancing measures. Libraries and retail stores can offer curbside pickup, and restaurants can serve takeout. 

What’s Closed: Casinos, tattoo parlors, nail salons, massage therapy, bars, gyms, museums, movie theaters, concert venues, night clubs, stadiums, and summer camps are closed. 


Michigan 

What’s Open: Outdoor recreation, take out for restaurants and bars, and retail shopping by appointment are permitted with restrictions across the state. In some regions, restaurants and bars can offer dine-in services. Social gatherings are limited to 10 people.

What’s Closed: Theaters, gyms, casinos, barbershops, and cosmetology services remain closed. 


Minnesota

What’s Open: Retail stores, malls, houses of worship, pools, outdoor recreation, barbershops, cosmetology services and tattoo parlors are allowed to reopen with restrictions. Restaurants and bars can offer outdoor dining at limited capacity. 

What’s Closed: Gyms, movie theaters, museums, zoos, concert halls and other indoor venues are closed. 


Mississippi

What’s Open: All businesses, including restaurants, bars, retail, barbershops, cosmetology services, tattoo parlors, gyms, libraries, museums, and movie theaters, are to resume operations at limited capacity. Summer schools, outdoor recreation, and large venues can also reopen with restrictions. Gatherings are limited to 20 people indoors and 50 people outdoors, or 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors with social distancing.


Missouri 

What’s Open: Retail stores, movie theaters, stadiums, festivals, gyms, barbershops, cosmetology services, places of worship, outdoor recreation, summer school, and dine-in services at restaurants and bars are permitted to reopen with social distancing measures. 

What’s Closed: Visitation at nursing homes is prohibited. 


Montana 

What’s Open: Most businesses and organizations, including retail stores, barbershops, restaurants, bars, concert venues, casinos, gyms, outdoor recreation, summer schools, places of worship, and movie theaters have been permitted to reopen at limited capacity. Social gatherings are limited to 50 people. 

What’s Closed: Visitation at nursing homes is prohibited.


Nebraska 

What’s Open: Barbershops, cosmetology services, gyms, houses of worship, and restaurants are permitted to resume in-person operations with social distancing measures. Bars, stadiums, libraries, movie theaters, and other large venues can reopen in most of the state, and low-contact sports leagues can begin practice. Social gatherings are limited to 25 people. 

What’s Closed: Low-contact sports leagues can’t resume competitions until June 18. Parades are prohibited through at least June 30. The latest state guidelines are here. 


Nevada 

What’s Open: Outdoor recreation, gyms, pools, movie theaters, museums, retail stores, dine-in at restaurants and bars, barbershops, cosmetology services, and places of worship are permitted to reopen with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 50 people. 

What’s Closed: Nightclubs, brothels, sports and concert venues with live audiences are closed. Casinos are set to reopen on June 4. 

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New Hampshire

What’s Open: Golf courses, state parks, campgrounds, barbershops, retail stores, drive-in movie theaters, outdoor dining, places of worship, gyms, beaches, tattoo parlors, and other cosmetology services can reopen in a limited capacity. Social gatherings are limited to less than 10 people. 

What’s Closed: Visitation at nursing homes and all other nonessential businesses are closed. Summer camps may reopen June 22. 


New Jersey 

What’s Open: Restaurants and other non-essential businesses for curbside pick-up only, car dealerships and bicycle shops, outdoor recreational businesses, such as golf ranges, tennis clubs, and community gardens. Outdoor gatherings are limited to 25 people.

What’s Closed: In-person retail, in-person dining at restaurants or bars, hair salons, and entertainment venues.


New Mexico

What’s Open: Restaurant dine-in services, gyms, barbershops, cosmetology services, retail stores, malls, houses of worship, summer camps, and some state parks can reopen with limited operations. 


New York 

What’s Open: Retail stores are permitted to reopen for pickup for all regions except New York City. In-store retail and barbershops can resume services with restrictions in certain regions. Outdoor recreation, state beaches, and drive-in movie theaters can reopen with social distancing measures statewide.

What’s Closed: Dine-in services at restaurants, in-person retail, gyms, barbershops, cosmetology services and entertainment venues are closed.


North Carolina 

What’s Open: Retail, dine-in at restaurants, barbershops, cosmetology services, stadiums, pools, summer camps, and parks are permitted to reopen with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Visitation at nursing homes is restricted.

What’s Closed: Bars, nightclubs, movie theaters, gyms, museums, and other indoor entertainment venues are still closed. 


North Dakota 

What’s Open: Gyms, barbershops, cosmetology services, movie theaters, retail stores, parks, summer schools, dine-in services at restaurants and bars, sports arenas, concert halls, and other large entertainment venues are permitted to reopen with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 250 people. 


Ohio 

What’s Open: Retail, low-contact sports, gyms, dine-in at restaurants and bars, barbershops and cosmetology services are permitted to reopen with social distancing measures. Most outdoor recreation, including at beaches and campgrounds, is also allowed to resume. What’s Closed: Movie theaters, concert venues, casinos, amusement parks, close-contact sports leagues, and most entertainment venues are closed. Visitation at nursing homes is prohibited. The latest state guidelines are here. 


Oklahoma 

What’s Open: Outdoor recreation, retail, barbershops, cosmetology services, dine-in service at restaurants and bars, movie theaters, tattoo parlors, sporting venues, outdoor concerts, gyms, places of worship, outdoor festivals and summer camps can reopen with social distancing measures.

What’s Closed: Visitation at nursing homes is prohibited. 


Oregon 

What’s Open: Dine-in at restaurants and bars, barbershops, cosmetology services, retail businesses, outdoor recreation, summer school, and gyms are permitted to reopen in most of the state with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 25 people in most counties. 

What’s Closed: Movie theaters, concert venues, and live-audience sporting events are closed. Visitation at nursing homes is prohibited. The latest state guidelines are here.


Pennsylvania 

What’s Open: Reopening guidelines vary by county. Some areas only permit in-person retail and takeout at restaurants and bars, while others have allowed gyms, barbershops, dine-in services and entertainment venues, including movie theaters and malls, to reopen with restrictions. Golf courses, fishing trips, and private campgrounds are permitted to reopen statewide. 


Rhode Island 

What’s Open: Retail businesses, houses of worship, dine-in at restaurants and bars, state parks and beaches, barbershops, cosmetology services, malls, and gyms are permitted to reopen at limited capacity. Social gatherings are limited to 15 people. 

What’s Closed: Youth sports and summer camps are set to resume on June 29. 


South Carolina 

What’s Open: Restaurants, gyms, barbershops, cosmetology services, and entertainment venues, including museums, amusement parks, and zoos, are permitted to reopen with social distancing measures. Youth and adult sports leagues can resume practices. 

What’s Closed: Night clubs, movie theaters, and concert venues remain closed. Visitation at nursing homes is prohibited. Sports leagues can hold competitions starting June 15.


South Dakota 

What’s Open: All restaurants, retail centers, barbershops, houses of worship and entertainment venues have been open under statewide policies, which never enforced business closures. Certain cities have issued their own orders closing nonessential businesses.


Tennessee 

What’s Open: Restaurants, bars, places of worship, and retail businesses can open for in-person services in a limited capacity. Barbershops and cosmetology services are open for appointments. Large entertainment venues, including movie theaters, amusement parks, and museums, can reopen with social distancing measures.

What’s Closed: Contact sporting events and visitation at nursing homes are prohibited.


Texas 

What’s Open: Restaurants, bars, gyms, barbershops, cosmetology services, places of worship, movie theaters, museums, libraries, summer camps, and retail businesses are open for in-person services in a limited capacity. Educational institutions can start summer classes. 

What’s Closed: Practices for recreational sports are allowed, but competitions can’t begin until June 15.


Utah 

What’s Open: Gyms, barbershops, cosmetology services, theaters, museums, and other entertainment and retail venues are open with social distancing measures. Dine-in is available at restaurants and bars, and houses of worship can hold in-person services. Social gatherings are limited to 50 people. In certain cities, gatherings are limited to 20 people. 

What’s Closed: K-12 schools are currently closed but plan to reopen for the 2020-2021 school year. 


Vermont 

What’s Open: Retail businesses, gyms, farmers' markets, theaters, places of worship, and outdoor recreation, including parks and golf courses, are allowed to reopen. Outdoor dining is available at restaurants, and libraries are offering curbside checkout. Barbershops and cosmetology services can reopen for appointment-only services. Social gatherings are limited to 25 people. 

What’s Closed: Residential summer camps can reopen June 7. 


Virginia 

What’s Open: Restaurants, retail businesses, barbershops, cosmetology services and houses of worship are permitted to reopen at 50% capacity. Beaches and parks are open with restrictions. Exercise facilities can offer outdoor recreation, and campgrounds are open for reservations. 

What’s Closed: Movie theaters, concert venues, arcades, museums, clubs, and indoor gyms are closed. Public and private gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. 


Washington 

What’s Open: Drive-in services at houses of worship, curbside pickup for retail, and some outdoor activities, including golf, fishing, and hunting, are permitted to resume. Certain counties have also reopened restaurants, indoor retail, barbershops, cosmetology services, and gyms in a limited capacity. 

What’s Closed: Movie theaters, group sports, libraries, museums, nightclubs, and concerts are closed. Public gatherings are not allowed in most of the state. 


West Virginia 

What’s Open: Gyms, malls, restaurants, bars, museums, drive-in movie theaters, places of worship, outdoor recreation, pools, barbershops, and cosmetology services are allowed to reopen. 

What’s Closed: Concerts, sporting events, and visitation at nursing homes are not allowed until further notice. Movie theaters and casinos are scheduled to reopen on June 5. Low-contact youth sports can resume on June 8. 


Wisconsin 

What’s Open: Restaurants, bars, gyms, barbershops, and other retail locations are permitted to open in some areas of the state since the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the statewide stay-at-home order in May 13. Certain counties have implemented their own restrictions on business reopenings. The latest state guidelines are here and here. 


Wyoming 

What’s Open: Dine-in at restaurants and bars, gyms, movie theaters, and concert halls are permitted to reopen with social distancing measures. Cosmetologists and barbershops can offer appointment-based services. Some schools providing specialized care or instruction are permitted to operate with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 25 people.


If you in the market to buy, sell, or invest real estate in Las Vegas let me know how I can help! 

Call or text (917) 202 - 8411 

slava@vsluxury.com


Source:https://www.forbes.com/sites/briannegarrett/2020/06/01/a-state-by-state-guide-to-reopening-america/#586fe2841810



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