Governor Holcomb Adjusts Back on Track Indiana Plan
On July 1, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb adjusted the state's five-stage reopening plan, extending many of the existing capacity restrictions until July 17. These restrictions include:
Dining room food service may continue operations at up to 75% capacity as long as social distancing is observed. See restaurant social distancing guidelines here.
Bar seating at restaurants may continue operations at 50% capacity.
Bars and nightclubs may continue operations open at 50% capacity as long as they adhere to social distancing guidelines.
Cultural, entertainment and tourism sites may continue operations at 50% capacity.
Movie theaters, bowling alleys and similar facilities may continue operations at 50% capacity.
Amusement parks, water parks and similar facilities may continue operations at 50% capacity. Reservations are encouraged to limit the number of guests at any one time.
Raceways may continue operations open at 50% grandstand capacity.
For a full list of Back on Track Indiana's Stage 4.5 reopening plan guidelines, see the Governor's press release from last week.
In his statement, Governor Holcomb also urged Hoosiers to wear masks to help keep the economy open, launching the #MaskUpHoosiers Campaign.
VGTs for Indiana continues to work with legislators to bring VGTs to your business. For more information, visit www.VGTsforIndiana.org.