Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has released his plan to get Indiana Back on Track safely. The plan features a 5-stage gradual re-opening process of the economy. Restaurants, attractions, destinations, and more are allowed to open on dates designated by the policy. Most Indiana counties began Stage 3 on May 22 and are currently planned to enter the last stage on July 4. Cass, Lake, and Marion counties will begin Stage 3 on June 1. Along the way you might be wondering, “What is open in Indiana right now?”
To help you understand what is open in Indiana right now, we have outlined the guidelines Governor Holcomb has given for Stage 3 of the Back on Track Indiana plan below. The information we have provided is not exhaustive. More detailed directions and guidelines on Stage 3 is found here.
While businesses are permitted to be open at various levels during different stages of the plan, individual businesses will make decisions on a case-by-case basis on how they will proceed. We recommend checking on the status of a particular location before visiting.
It is imperative that you follow the CDC social distancing guidelines everywhere you visit in Indiana. Local governments may impose more restrictive guidelines, so be sure to check local instructions before making any visit. To understand if a specific business is open and the procedures they are undertaking, please do at least one of the following: Check their website, call ahead, or visit their social media accounts.
To see all of Governor Holcomb’s Back on Track Plan, click here. This page will be continually updated as we learn more information and enter each new stage.
This stage has begun for most counties in Indiana except for Cass, Lake, and Marion. They will begin Stage 3 on June 1.
All Dates Subject to Change.