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A State Guide to Reopening America ENTREPRENEUR

Most decisions about when and how companies should reopen are left up to the states. To help you find what you need to know quickly and easily, here is a state-to-state guide on what types of businesses and gatherings are open from June 1 and which are still closed.

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Alabama

  • What is open? All retail stores, restaurants, bars, hair salons, entertainment venues, educational institutions, and summer camps with certain restrictions. Hospitals and nursing homes still have limited visits.
  • What is closed? Sports competitions can only resume on June 15th.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Alaska

  • What is open: All businesses, including recreational activities, sports, and places of worship, can return to 100% of their normal capacity. Restricted access to senior centers, prisons and visiting facilities remains.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Arizona

  • What’s open? Retail companies are allowed to resume personal operations. Beauticians and hairdressers can resume appointment-based services; Restaurants and cafes are allowed to resume their dine-in services with social distancing measures. Gyms, pools, spas, cinemas, casinos, shopping centers and places of worship can be opened under certain conditions.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here and Here.

Arkansas

  • What’s open? Outdoor gatherings such as parks or sports fields may be reopened. Under certain conditions, interiors such as theaters, arenas, stadiums and auction houses can also be reopened.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

California

  • What’s open? Lower risk companies such as bookstores, clothing stores, florists, sports shops and open air museums are allowed to reopen under certain conditions. Places of worship and retailers in stores can be reopened with limited capacity.
  • What is closed? With the exception of selected districts, sports venues, gyms, restaurants, bars and nightclubs, salons and hairdressers, cinemas and concert halls are closed.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Colorado

  • What is open? Summer camps for children. Retail stores and personal care services, including hair salons and barbershops, campsites, and other outdoor activities, are allowed to reopen. Dine-in restaurants can be reopened up to 50%.
  • What is closed: bars and night clubs, gyms and cinemas.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Connecticut

  • What is open? Retail stores, offices and restaurants are allowed to open again. Social and recreational events are limited to 5 or fewer people until June 20.
  • What is closed: bars, gyms, bowling alleys, theaters, nail salons, spas, tattoo studios, hairdressing salons, libraries and amusement parks.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Delaware

  • What is open? Small retail stores, places of worship, beaches, pools, ice cream parlors, restaurants and bars, shopping centers, barbershops, hairdressing salons, tanning salons, parks, gyms and casinos can be reopened under strict restrictions.
  • What’s closed: convention centers, water parks, sports venues, tattoo studios, massage therapies, nail salons, spas, facials, wax services and summer school programs.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

District of Columbia

  • What is open: retail stores with curbs, front door or delivery, barbershops and hairdressing salons, which are operated only by appointment and under strict restrictions, restaurants with outdoor seating, dog parks, golf courses, parks, tennis courts and athletics are allowed to reopen. Meetings are limited to 10 or fewer people.
  • What is closed: playgrounds, public swimming pools, leisure centers, nail salons and wax salons.
  • The latest DC guidelines are Here.

Florida

  • What is open? Restaurants, retail, museums and libraries, gyms and fitness centers with limited capacity, sports facilities, holiday apartments, hairdressers and salons as well as long-term care facilities can be reopened.
  • What’s closed: Some beaches and state parks, bars, night clubs, and large venues, as well as short-term vacation rentals of homes and condos, must be approved.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Georgia

  • What is open? Gyms, fitness centers, bowling alleys, body art studios, hairdressers and salons, theaters, private clubs, bars, night clubs and restaurants can all be reopened with restrictions.
  • What is closed? Live venues and amusement parks.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Hawaii

  • What is open? Car dealerships, car washes, animal care services, places of worship, retail and repair services, shopping centers, indoor fitness facilities, restaurants, museums and theaters may be reopened.
  • What is closed? Great venues, bars and clubs.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Idaho

  • What is open? Day care centers, organized youth activities and camps, places of worship, restaurants, fitness studios and leisure facilities, salons with hair, nails, massages and cosmetic salons as well as cinemas may be reopened according to guidelines.
  • What’s closed: night clubs and major venues, including sports venues. Visits to senior housing and assembly facilities are also prohibited.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Illinois

  • What’s Open: Some state parks, some bars and restaurants (outdoor only), some retail stores, some outdoor sports, some hair salons, hair salons and tattoo studios, some gyms (outdoor courses and personal training only), some childcare, and Summer programs can be reopened. Meetings of 10 people or less are allowed in some areas.
  • What is closed? Chicago will only partially reopen on June 3.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Indiana

  • What is open: Places of worship, public libraries, hairdressing salons, barbershops, nail salons, spas and tattoo studios, restaurants, beaches, retail stores, shopping centers, fitness studios and municipal sports facilities and pools, campsites, youth camps, day care centers and state parks can be reopened. Social gatherings of up to 100 people are allowed.
  • What is closed: playgrounds, youth camps overnight, bars and night clubs, cultural and entertainment venues, amusement parks, water parks and tourist sites, festivals, fairs and parades, cinemas.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Iowa

  • What is open: restaurants, bars, fitness centers, shopping centers, libraries, race tracks, retail stores, places of worship, campsites, tanning facilities and medical spas, salons, hairdressers, massage services, tattoo studios, cinemas, zoos, aquariums, museums, wedding receptions, state parks are allowed to be reopened. Schools can resume school-sponsored learning and activities.
  • What’s closed: indoor theaters, venues, senior centers and indoor playgrounds.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Kansas

  • What’s open? State guidelines recommend that some childcare facilities, libraries, personal service companies, fitness centers and health clubs, casinos, recreation rooms, community centers, organized sports facilities, and restaurants be allowed to reopen. Meetings of more than 15 people are not recommended. (Kansas governor Laura Kelly has placed decision-making in the hands of county health officials.)
  • What is closed: The state recommends that the following be closed: some large entertainment venues, fairs, festivals and parades, summer camps, most swimming pools, bars and night clubs.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Kentucky

  • What’s Open: Restaurants, places of worship, movie theaters, fitness centers, auctions, water centers, bowling alleys, auto and dirt track racetracks, fishing tournaments and lodges in Kentucky State Park can be reopened.
  • What’s closed: childcare programs, youth sports, bars, campsites, aquariums, distilleries, libraries, outdoor attractions and museums.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Louisiana

  • What is open: Restaurants, places of worship, gyms and fitness centers, shopping centers, barbershops and hairdressing and nail salons, casinos, theaters, race tracks (without spectators), museums, zoos, aquariums, bars and breweries with food approval are allowed to reopen.
  • What is closed: amusement parks, massage and wellness facilities, tattoo studios.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Maine

  • What is open? Barbershops and hair salons, accommodations, day camps, state park campgrounds, community sports, tanning salons, and retail stores may be reopened with restrictions. In some areas, outdoor and indoor restaurants can be reopened. Meetings of more than 50 people are prohibited.
  • What is closed: gyms and fitness centers, nail salons.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Maryland

  • What’s Open: Outdoor recreation, including small group sports, fishing, hunting and state park sports, retail outlets, places of worship and barber shops, outdoor dining in restaurants, outdoor pools, youth camps, and drive-in cinemas are allowed to reopen.
  • What is closed? Gyms, cinemas and other entertainment venues remain closed.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Massachusetts

  • What’s open? Places of worship, drive-in cinemas, barber shops, and outdoor recreational activities, including golf, fishing, hunting, and parks, may be reopened with social distancing measures. Libraries and retail stores offer roadside pickups, and restaurants can be taken away.
  • What is closed: Casinos, tattoo studios, nail studios, massage therapies, bars, fitness studios, museums, cinemas, concert halls, night clubs, stadiums and summer camps are closed.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Michigan

  • What is open? Outdoor recreation, restaurants and bars, and retail shopping by agreement are allowed with national restrictions. In some regions, restaurants and bars offer food. Social gatherings are limited to 10 people.
  • What is closed? Theaters, gyms, casinos, hairdressers and cosmetic services remain closed.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Minnesota

  • What is open? Retail stores, shopping centers, places of worship, pools, outdoor leisure activities, barbershops, cosmetic services and tattoo studios may be reopened with restrictions. Restaurants and bars offer outdoor dining with limited capacity.
  • What is closed: gyms, cinemas, museums, zoos, concert halls and other interiors are closed.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Mississippi

  • What’s Open: All businesses, including restaurants, bars, retail, hair salons, cosmetic services, tattoo studios, gyms, libraries, museums, and cinemas, must resume operations with limited capacity. Summer schools, outdoor recreation and large venues can also be reopened with restrictions. Meetings are limited to 20 people indoors and 50 people outdoors or 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors with social distance.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Missouri

  • What is open? Retail stores, cinemas, stadiums, festivals, gyms, hairdressers, cosmetic services, places of worship, outdoor leisure activities, summer schools and dinners in restaurants and bars may be reopened with social distancing measures.
  • What is closed? Visits to nursing homes are prohibited.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Montana

  • What is open? Most companies and organizations, including retail stores, barber shops, restaurants, bars, concert halls, casinos, gyms, outdoor leisure facilities, summer schools, places of worship and cinemas, were allowed to reopen with limited capacity. Social gatherings are limited to 50 people.
  • What is closed? Visits to nursing homes are prohibited.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Nebraska

  • What’s open? Hairdressers, cosmetic services, fitness studios, places of worship and restaurants are allowed to resume their personal business with social distance measures. Bars, stadiums, libraries, cinemas, and other major venues can be reopened in most states, and low-contact sports leagues can begin training. Social gatherings are limited to 25 people.
  • What is closed? Sports leagues with little contact can only resume their competitions on June 18. Parades are prohibited until at least June 30th.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Nevada

  • What is open? Outdoor recreation, gyms, pools, cinemas, museums, retail stores, restaurants and bars, barbershops, cosmetic services and places of worship may be reopened with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 50 people.
  • What is closed? Nightclubs, brothels, sports and concert venues with live audiences are closed. The casinos will reopen on June 4th.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

New Hampshire

  • What is open? Golf courses, state parks, campgrounds, barber shops, retail stores, drive-in cinemas, outdoor restaurants, places of worship, gyms, beaches, tattoo studios and other cosmetic services can be reopened in limited capacity. Social gatherings are limited to less than 10 people.
  • What is closed? Visits to nursing homes and all other non-essential companies are closed. Summer camps can be reopened on June 22nd.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

New Jersey

  • What’s Open: Restaurants and other shops that are not essential for roadside pickup, car dealerships and bike shops, outdoor recreational shops such as golf courses, tennis clubs, and community gardens. Outdoor gatherings are limited to 25 people.
  • What is closed? Personal retail, personal food in restaurants or bars, hair salons and entertainment.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

New Mexico

  • What is open? Restaurants, restaurants, gyms, hairdressers, cosmetic services, retail stores, shopping centers, places of worship, summer camps and some state parks can be reopened with limited operations.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

new York

  • What is open? Retail stores can be reopened for pickup in all regions except New York City. Retail stores and barbershops can continue operating with restrictions in certain regions. Outdoor recreation, state beaches and drive-in cinemas can be reopened nationwide with social distancing measures.
  • What is closed? Restaurants in restaurants, retail outlets, gyms, barbershops, cosmetic services and entertainment venues are closed.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

North Carolina

  • What is open? Retail, dinner in restaurants, hairdressers, cosmetic services, stadiums, pools, summer camps and parks may be reopened with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. The visit to nursing homes is restricted.
  • What is closed? Bars, night clubs, cinemas, gyms, museums and other indoor entertainment options remain closed.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

North Dakota

  • What is open? Gyms, hairdressers, cosmetic services, cinemas, retail stores, parks, summer schools, restaurants and bars, sports arenas, concert halls and other large entertainment venues may be reopened with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 250 people.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Ohio

  • What is open: retail, contactless sports, gyms, dinners in restaurants and bars, hairdressers and cosmetic services can be reopened with social distancing measures. Most outdoor leisure activities, including beaches and campsites, may also resume.
  • What’s closed: cinemas, concert halls, casinos, amusement parks, sports leagues with close contact and most entertainment venues are closed. Visits to nursing homes are prohibited.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Oklahoma

  • What’s Open: Outdoor recreation, retail, barber shops, cosmetic services, dine-in service in restaurants and bars, cinemas, tattoo studios, sports venues, outdoor concerts, fitness studios, places of worship, outdoor festivals and summer camps can be reopened with social networks become distancing measures.
  • What is closed? Visits to nursing homes are prohibited.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Oregon

  • What’s Open: Dine in restaurants and bars, barbershops, cosmetic services, retail stores, outdoor recreational activities, summer schools, and gyms in most states with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 25 people in most counties.
  • What is closed? Cinemas, concert venues and sporting events with a live audience are closed. Visits to nursing homes are prohibited.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Pennsylvania

  • What’s open? The guidelines for reopening vary from state to state. Some areas only allow personal retailing and take away in restaurants and bars, while others have restricted the reopening of gyms, hair salons, restaurants, and entertainment venues, including cinemas and shopping centers. Golf courses, fishing trips and private campsites may be reopened nationwide.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Rhode Island

  • What is open? Retail stores, places of worship, restaurants and bars, state parks and beaches, barbershops, cosmetic services, shopping centers and gyms can be reopened with limited capacity. Social gatherings are limited to 15 people.
  • What is closed? Youth sports and summer camps will resume on June 29th.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

South Carolina

  • What is open: Restaurants, gyms, hairdressers, cosmetic services and entertainment venues, including museums, amusement parks and zoos, can be reopened with social distancing measures. Sports leagues for teenagers and adults can resume their exercises.
  • What is closed? Night clubs, cinemas and concert halls remain closed. Visits to nursing homes are prohibited. Sports leagues can organize competitions from June 15th.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

South Dakota

  • What is open? All restaurants, retail centers, barbershops, places of worship, and entertainment venues have been opened under nationwide policies that never forced business closures. Certain cities have issued their own orders to close non-essential businesses.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Tennessee

  • What is open? Restaurants, bars, places of worship and retail stores can be opened for personal services in limited capacity. Hairdressers and cosmetic services are open for appointments. Large entertainment venues, including cinemas, amusement parks and museums, can be reopened with social distancing measures.
  • What is closed? Contact sports events and visits to nursing homes are prohibited.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here and Here.

Texas

  • What is open? Restaurants, bars, gyms, hairdressers, cosmetic services, places of worship, cinemas, museums, libraries, summer camps and retail stores are open to personal services in limited capacity. Educational institutions can start summer courses.
  • What is closed? Leisure sports practices are allowed, but competitions cannot begin until June 15.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Utah

  • What is open: gyms, hairdressers, cosmetic services, theaters, museums and other entertainment and retail stores are open with social distancing measures. You can dine in restaurants and bars, and you can personally hold services in places of worship. Social gatherings are limited to 50 people. In certain cities, meetings are limited to 20 people.
  • What is closed? K-12 schools are currently closed, but plan to reopen for the 2020-2021 school year.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Vermont

  • What’s open? Retail stores, gyms, farmers markets, theaters, places of worship, and outdoor recreational facilities, including parks and golf courses, can be reopened. You can dine outdoors in restaurants. You can check out in the libraries by the roadside. Hairdressers and cosmetic services can only be opened for appointments. Social gatherings are limited to 25 people.
  • What is closed? Summer camps can be reopened on June 7th.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Virginia

  • What is open? Restaurants, retail stores, hairdressers, cosmetic services and places of worship can be reopened up to 50%. Beaches and parks are open with restrictions. Fitness facilities offer outdoor recreation and campsites are open for reservations.
  • What is closed? Cinemas, concert halls, arcades, museums, clubs and gyms are closed. Public and private gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Washington

  • What is open: car loans in places of worship, roadside pickup for retail, and some outdoor activities such as golf, fishing, and hunting may resume. Certain districts have also reopened restaurants, retail stores, barber shops, cosmetic services, and gyms in limited capacity.
  • What is closed: cinemas, group sports, libraries, museums, night clubs and concerts are closed. Public gatherings are not permitted in most states.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here and Here.

West Virginia

  • What is open? Gyms, shopping centers, restaurants, bars, museums, drive-in cinemas, places of worship, outdoor recreation, pools, hairdressers and cosmetic services can be reopened.
  • What is closed? Concerts, sporting events and visits to nursing homes are not permitted until further notice. The reopening of cinemas and casinos is scheduled for June 5. Youth sport with little contact can resume on June 8th.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

Wisconsin

  • What’s Open: Restaurants, bars, gyms, barbershops, and other retail stores have been allowed to open in some areas of the state since the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned the state’s home stay ordinance on May 13. Certain districts have introduced their own restrictions on reopening companies.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here and Here.

Wyoming

  • What is open? Dinner in restaurants and bars, fitness studios, cinemas and concert halls may be reopened with social distance measures. Beauticians and hairdressers can offer appointment-based services. Some schools that offer special care or lessons are allowed to work with restrictions. Social gatherings are limited to 25 people.
  • The latest state guidelines are Here.

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