Indiana To Fully Reopen, But Mask Requirement Remains
Indiana Governor Holcomb announced the state will fully reopen, but a mask requirement will remain.
Governor Holcomb has announced that Indiana will move to stage 5 of reopening as coronavirus trends continue to improve.
Stores, malls, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and gyms will all be able to open at full capacity beginning Saturday.
Limits on gatherings will be removed, but gathering plans must be submitted to local health departments. Face masks will still be required until at least October 17.
While restaurants and bars will now be able to operate at total capacity, social distancing between tables will still be required.
In St. Joseph County, percent positivity has been low for several weeks, while new and active cases are still in the “red zone.”