Indiana has slowly re-opened its businesses, but we are still vigilant in the fight against COVID-19. It is very important that we put health first and do not let our guard down. The State of Indiana recently implemented new COVID-19 requirements, which you will find below.
As always, 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 taking, please do at least one of the following: Check their website, call ahead, or visit their social media accounts.
To learn more about Indiana’s Coronavirus Response requirements, click here. This page will be continually updated as information changes.
The Indiana Department of Health has established a color-coded county map that measures weekly cases per 100,000 residents and the seven-day positivity rate for all tests completed. Each county is assigned a color based on the average of the scores for the two metrics. Different requirements and guidelines must be followed based on the color a county falls under. See what color the county you plan to visit is in by clicking here.
BLUE: There is low community spread.
YELLOW: There is moderate community spread.
ORANGE: Community spread is approaching high levels. Local officials may impose further requirements.
RED: There is very high positivity and community spread. Local officials may impose further restrictions.
The fight against COVID-19 is far from over. Wearing a face mask in public is one of the simplest, most effective ways to slow the spread of the virus, but we need everyone to do their part in following COVID-19 requirements to keep our state safe. That’s why all Hoosiers and visitors are required to mask up. Learn more about #MaskUpHoosiers.
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