Masks must be worn at all times except while eating and drinking. The provider’s terms, conditions and policies apply. GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES STAY-AT-HOME ADVISORY, MASK ORDER, RESTAURANT CURFEW. Previously, Scott ordered people 2 and older to wear a face covering in public spaces, indoors or outdoors, when physical distancing isn’t possible. AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that empowers people to choose how they live as they age. Outdoor gatherings of up to 50 percent of a venue’s capacity with a maximum of 250 are permitted. Zoos, nature parks, outdoor museums and other low-risk outdoor arts and entertainment venues can reopen at 33 percent capacity; indoor arts and entertainment venues can open at 25 percent capacity; and gyms and fitness centers can operate at 33 percent capacity. Previously, Raimondo issued a stay-at-home advisory between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Sundays through Thursdays, and 10:30 p.m. to 5 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Residents should "only leave home to go to work or school, or for essential needs of themselves or persons they are caring for," according to Wolf. Grocery stores, retail stores and personal care businesses, such as hair salons, are among places that must restrict occupancy to 25 percent. Ralph Northam imposed tighter restrictions for the entire state that are slated to take effect at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 14. Exceptions include leaving to go to work, to grocery stores, or for other emergencies or essentials. Social gatherings, both indoor and outdoor, must be limited to six people from two separate households. Andy Beshear announced new restrictions Wednesday, including closing in-person classes and shutting down indoor dining at restaurants. Public gatherings will be limited to 50 people or 25% capacity, whichever is less. Measures under these counties include: Gov. Gov. • Indiana: Gov. Oahu is under a four-tier approach to reopening. Gov. According to Gov. Bars and tasting rooms can offer outdoor dining but no indoor service. Counties fall into one of six color-coded levels of risk, depending on the incidents of COVID-19. Doug Burgum (R), the state health officer, Dirk Wilke, issued a mask mandate that required individuals age 5 and older to wear a mask in indoor public spaces and businesses or when outdoors when social distancing cannot be maintained. Jared Polis announced on Nov. 17 tightened restrictions for counties facing a severe risk of infection. Gyms and other indoor businesses without seating must cap occupancy at 50 people. Movie theaters, gyms and fitness centers, museums, aquariums, zoos, and services at houses of worship must close. • California: Under the direction of Gov. Some exceptions may apply. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited in most circumstances unless local government officials approve them. Exceptions include leaving the home for essentials, such as food or medication. • Virginia: Gov. Cuomo also threatened to implement tighter restrictions on indoor dining in other parts of the state if hospitalization rates don't improve. The Governor of Texas has published Texans Helping Texans: The Governor's Report to Open Texas, and has issued numerous waivers to help alleviate the impacts of COVID-19. Gov. An organization can request a waiver from the state for certain indoor activities if wearing a mask during an activity is not practical. Retail stores, gyms, offices and museums are among business that must reduce capacity to 40 percent. This does not apply to students participating in in-person classroom learning as well as sports. Staring Dec. 7, outdoor gatherings will be limited to a maximum of 25 people, down from the 150-person limit. Previously, Scott ordered people 2 and older to wear a face covering in public spaces, indoors or outdoors, when physical distancing isn’t possible. Previously, the health department ordered individuals 5 and older to wear a face mask at nonresidential gatherings. Steve Bullock announced that all bars, breweries, restaurants and casinos must limit capacity to 50% and close by 10 p.m. Bullock says the move is to help residents "limit their outings in public as much as possible to reduce transmission.". Gov. Private indoor gatherings are capped at 8 people and cannot include people from more than two households. Tables or booths must be placed 6 feet apart or, if within 6 feet, must be separated by partitions. The state Department of Health and Environment mandated a 14-day home quarantine for people arriving in Kansas who traveled to certain states or countries with widespread transmission or attended an out-of-state mass gathering and didn’t wear a mask and practice social distancing. The latest guidance will cover the following settings and industries: The latest round of restrictions does not include a stay-at-home order, however, "if the mitigations are not adhered to and cases continue to rise in the weeks ahead, another order may be required," according to the governor. Indoor gatherings are capped at 25 percent of a room’s capacity, with a maximum of 10 people. Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to reflect new information. Faith-based services are exempt. • Hawaii: Gov. Personal services, such as hair salons and barber shops, will remain at 75% capacity while event venues will be limited to 25 people indoors and 50 people outdoors. Doug Ducey (R) signed an order allowing restaurants to extend their premises for outdoor dining services. • Maine: Gov. Individuals should stay at home. However, some bars are limited to outdoor dining only. If that happens, indoor dining would be reduced to 25% capacity. Prior to the announcement, Newsom and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced a limited stay at home order in areas that are seeing the highest rates of positive cases and hospitalizations. Restaurants can continue to offer indoor dining at 50 percent capacity, among other restrictions, such as spacing tables 6 feet apart and limiting the size of a party to six people. CUOMO CRACKS DOWN ON BARS, GYMS, RESTAURANTS AS CORONAVIRUS CASES CLIMB AGAIN. Attendance for indoor winter K-12 extracurricular and co-curricular events must be limited to 25% capacity. All states have taken coronavirus-related actions, but restrictions vary, and so does the length of time the measures are in place. Under its current tier 2 phase, most businesses are limited to operating at 50 percent capacity and gatherings of more than five people are prohibited. • Missouri: Gov. Previously, Evers ordered everyone age 5 and older to wear a face covering when indoors or in an enclosed space (other than his or her private residence) when other people are present. NORTH DAKOTA GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES STATEWIDE MASK MANDATE AS CORONAVIRUS CASES SURGE. Previously, Bowser issued adjustments to Phase 2 of the District’s reopening plan, effective Nov. 25. Gyms are open for individual exercise as long as mandatory masking and additional strict safety measures are in place. Restaurants are closed for on-premises dining, but takeout and delivery are permitted. • Ohio: Gov. Abbott issued an updated Executive Order GA-28 regarding additional measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. Legal Statement. Newsom has ordered everyone to wear a face mask in public spaces; children under age 2 and people with certain medical disabilities are among those exempt. You could earn a discount on your auto insurance. Individuals over age 2 must wear a mask and socially distance from non-household members when in an indoor public setting. Members save $20 on their first new customer order of $50 from Schwan's Home Delivery. Indoor gatherings in homes must be capped at 10 people, while outdoor gatherings must be capped at 50. For a full list of restrictions, visit covid19.ca.gov. Retail stores must also limit capacity to 50 percent. Personal-care businesses, such as hair salons and tattoo parlors, can remain open, but customers must make an appointment; capacity is limited to 50 percent; and social distancing practices must be implemented. Gov. Events with more than 50 people are prohibited, but local authorities can approve them if certain safety precautions are met. Information about a current emergency that is intended to further the protection of life, health, safety, and property must be provided visually and aurally. Mike Parson (R) announced that the state will fully reopen on June 16. Restaurants can continue to operate at 50 percent capacity but can now only seat one household per table and must close in-person dining by 10 p.m. (takeout and delivery is allowed). Larry Hogan (R) again rolled back some of the state’s reopening plans in response to a spike in cases. Retail businesses must also require all workers and customers to wear face coverings. Bars are closed. (The remaining six counties are subject to the restrictions of their health departments.) Face masks are also required when using taxis, ride-hailing services or similar transportation services. Laura Kelly issued a new mask mandate that goes into effect on Nov. 25 – the day before Thanksgiving – in hopes of lessening the spread of COVID-19. Restaurants can offer indoor dining service but must limit occupancy. Below is a list of every state and what their current COVID-19 restrictions are. The new order went into effect Nov. 20 and lasts until Dec. 13. A mask mandate remains in effect. Delaware Gov. Entertainment venues like movie theaters, bowling alleys, museums and zoos will all be banned from offering indoor service, though drive-in theaters will still be allowed to operate under previously laid-out restrictions. Retail stores can operate at 50 percent occupancy. Gatherings at hotels, livestock auctions, grocery stores and faith-based organizations are among those that are exempt. David Ige signed an emergency order mandating that all transpacific travelers must test negative for the virus before they depart for Hawaii in order to bypass the 14-day quarantine. The State of Texas has announced a phased reopening of businesses and services. However, food takeout and delivery services will be allowed to continue after that time. Restaurants must adhere to strict sanitation and social distancing guidelines. Deputy sheriffs will implement quarantine checkpoints and vehicle stops at key bridges and crossings including in the vicinity of the Lincoln and Holland tunnels and in the area of West 34th and 11th Avenue in Manhattan. • Florida: Gov. Henry McMaster (R) issued an order lifting occupancy limits on restaurants. Until further notice, all New York City school buildings will be closed for in-person learning. Abbott has urged people to observe social and physical restrictions to curb the coronavirus. Education The Texas Education Agency (TEA) COVID-19 page provides updates on school closures as well as the continued responsibility to provide education to students with disabilities. John Carney (D) announced new restrictions on gatherings. Under the new restrictions, indoor and outdoor gatherings, whether public or private, must be capped at 25 people (down from 250). However, social distancing guidelines were relaxed for restaurants, retailers, gyms and close-contact providers (such as barbershops and hair salons) as long as people are wearing masks and are separated by partitions. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File). Essential errands such as obtaining food, medical care, fuel or social service are also exempt. The New York Times is tracking coronavirus restrictions on the state level, including what businesses are open or closed — and whether officials require masks or recommend or order staying at home. Gathering with those outside the household is prohibited. All state employees will be required to wear a mask in common areas or when they’re around other people. WASHINGTON GOVERNOR BANS THANKSGIVING GATHERINGS, ANNOUNCES NEW COVID BUSINESS RESTRICTIONS. Abbott issued Executive Order GA-29, requiring all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases, with few exceptions. "Especially not for a virus that has a 99.8% survival rate. Kate Brown announced that 25 counties within the state are at “extreme risk” of coronavirus transmission. Exceptions include leaving the home for work, food or medical care. Janet Mills announced that certain businesses statewide must close by 9 p.m. through Jan. 3. You are leaving AARP.org and going to the website of our trusted provider. Phase 2 began June 1. Outdoor events are limited to 25 percent capacity or 75 people (whichever is smaller). Gov. Residents are advised to always wear a face-covering whenever they are outside their homes. This strengthens the state's previous mandate requiring residents to wear masks only when social distancing cannot be maintained. Tom Wolf (D) issued temporary coronavirus-related restrictions, effective from Dec. 12 until Jan. 4. Self-quarantining for 14 days is no longer an option for nonresidents (Alaska residents returning to the state can opt to self-quarantine for two weeks). Among other restrictions, indoor dining can resume at 25 percent capacity in New York City. Exceptions include when exercising, when participating in a religious gathering, or when eating or drinking at a restaurant. Businesses in areas with high hospitalizations must limit occupancy to 50 percent capacity. Restaurants and other food establishments must limit indoor dining to 25 percent maximum occupancy. Gretchen Whitmer (D) the health department ordered a pause that sets new restrictions on gatherings and certain businesses, effective Nov. 18. Charlie Baker issued a stay-at-home advisory and curfew for most businesses. Face coverings are mandatory statewide for anyone 5 and older in public spaces, even if social distancing can be maintained. In the purple tier, only outdoor gatherings are allowed. Five counties are considered to be at "high risk" while two counties are at "moderate risk" and four others are considered to be "low risk." Indoor and outdoor gatherings without social distancing will be limited to a maximum of 25 people. Parts of Texas, as well as the rest of the country, have seen a spike in violent crime during the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 restrictions Map of COVID-19 case trends, restrictions and mobility. A travel mandate requires those visiting Maine to show a negative COVID-19 test or opt to self-quarantine for 10 days. Of the retail stores that can remain open, they must close by 10 p.m. Lujan Grisham will amend a travel order requiring people arriving in New Mexico from states with a high COVID-19 infection rate to self-quarantine for 14 days. As of August 24, there were no statewide travel restrictions in Texas. Most of the state is under the Act With Care plan for reopening, which allows many businesses to resume operations, with restrictions. Beaches are open, but the governor has authorized local authorities to close or restrict public access points if it’s necessary to protect visitors’ health. Because of the high number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in Ector County, Odessa Mayor David Turner announced Tuesday that capacity at retail establishments is reduced to 50 percent. Cuomo extended a pause on evictions for those who cannot pay rent because of a COVID-19 hardship. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. However, this does not pertain to "religious or political expression," according to Little. Individuals over age 5 must wear a face covering in indoor public spaces, when obtaining health care services, while using transportation services, or in outdoor public spaces if a 6-foot distance between non-household members cannot be maintained. Bars, nightclubs, and restaurants are allowed to continue to operate with seating only. In green counties, indoor private gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed, while outdoor private gatherings are limited to 12 people. The curfew builds upon the state's current COVID-19 restrictions that are already in place, according to Cooper. Everyone age 10 or older must wear a mask whether indoors or outdoors if they are with non-household members and if social distancing cannot be maintained. Some gatherings are exempt, such as those at religious organizations or students meeting in classrooms. Safeguards are recommended. "The rise in violent crime in the city of Dallas is unacceptable, and the Texas Department of Public Safety will assist the Dallas Police Department in their efforts to protect the community and reduce this surge in crime," Governor Abbott said in a statement. Phil Murphy (D) ordered tighter coronavirus-related restrictions for indoor sports and outdoor gatherings. Pete Ricketts (R) announced changes to the state’s directed health measures. Some sports competitions can resume, but strict restrictions, such as daily symptom assessments, must be in place. Greg Abbott (R) issued an order, effective Oct. 14, that permits most businesses to operate at 75 percent capacity as long as the business is in an area with a low number of COVID-19 hospitalized patients. The stay-at-home order lasts until Nov. 30. Residents are also encouraged to telework whenever possible and at-risk residents should self-isolate. • Arkansas: Under the direction of Gov. The curfew requires restaurants and other businesses and activities – including theaters, performance venues, golf facilities, youth and amateur sports, and indoor and outdoor events – to close at 9:30 p.m. Under the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, each county falls into one of four color-coded tiers: purple (where the virus is most widespread), red, orange and yellow (where the virus is minimally widespread). Indoor dining at restaurants must also be capped at 50%. The Division of Public Health has recommended not socializing with anyone outside your household and not spending holiday dinners with anyone outside your household, even family members. Health officials are also "strongly discouraging" indoor gatherings of 25 people or more. Charlie Baker (R) announced he is rolling back the state’s reopening plan to step 1 of phase 3, effective Dec. 13. Sisolak said the new measures will last for three weeks. The sheriff’s office will also implement checks when buses drop riders from out-of-state, according to Bloomberg. The county health department also issued an order, effective 5 p.m. Nov. 24, prohibiting indoor gatherings of over 10 people (outdoor gatherings are capped at 25). Travel restrictions: Individuals arriving to Ohio from states with a high rate of COVID-19 are asked to self-quarantine for 14 days, but it is not required. Alaska does not require the use of masks by the public, though they are strongly recommended where social distancing is not possible. All businesses can operate and should implement social distancing practices. Shoppers comply with the mask regulations to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus at Bridgton Books, Friday, Nov. 13, 2020, in Bridgton, Maine. Henry McMaster (R) issued an order lifting occupancy limits on restaurants. Residents can still leave their homes for groceries or if they are picking up a carry-out/drive-thru meal, or getting delivery, DeWine said. Exceptions include individuals who are exercising, in school, or eating or drinking. • Alabama: At the direction of Gov. Outdoor dining, takeout and delivery are still permitted. Restaurants, bars, clubs, lounges, and other businesses that serve food or drinks will have to end indoor dining by 10 p.m. Outdoor gatherings are limited to 10 people, and social distancing must be maintained. Within "red level" counties, indoor dining is temporarily closed and restaurants and coffee shops will be limited to take out and delivery only. Exercise facilities and senior and adult day-care centers must remain at 30 percent capacity. Tom Wolf announced new rules on gatherings to combat resurgent coronavirus cases. Colorado As of November 30, there were no statewide travel restrictions in Colorado though nonessential travel is … Please enable Javascript in your browser and try The advisory instructs residents to stay home between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., though traveling to and from work as well as errands such as grocery shopping and exercise are allowed. to search for ways to make a difference in your community at The department says residents should avoid holiday travel, wear a face mask around people who are not part of their household and refrain from large gatherings. Gatherings of more than 10 people have been prohibited since April, but DeWine announced that tighter restrictions will be issued that won’t allow dancing or games. Religious services, weddings or events for essential businesses are among gatherings that are exempt. This action lasts through New Year's in order to limit activities that lead to COVID-19 transmission. Once approved, the local jurisdiction must post the mitigation efforts on its website and submit its plan to the state health department. Restaurants and bars can continue to operate. Restaurants and entertainment venues such as bowling alleys and movie theaters will be required to close by 9:30 p.m. ©2020 FOX News Network, LLC. In yellow counties, public and private gatherings cannot exceed 10 participants or people from more than two households. Guaranteed rate of return on an exclusive 8-month term. Due to a surge in cases, El Paso County Judge Ricardo Samaniego imposed a curfew on residents between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. for social activities. Large events are temporarily suspended. However, wineries and breweries may continue their retail operations as long as they adhere to current protocols. A mask mandate remains in place that requires everyone 10 and older to wear a face covering in indoor public spaces. Indoor events, where social distancing is maintained, are limited to 25% of venue capacity with a maximum of 100 people. Social gatherings between multiple households are prohibited (immediate family members who reside in different households can still get together). John Bel Edwards (D) announced he is rolling the state back from phase 3 to a modified version of phase 2 restrictions of the state’s reopening plan. Previously, Newsom permitted gatherings statewide, but no more than three households can attend, and the space must be big enough to allow people to practice social distancing. Under the direction of Gov. A mask mandate remains in effect. Masks aren’t required when an individual is actively eating or drinking, exercising outdoors or exercising indoors if not within 6 feet of a non-household member, among other exceptions. For counties in the yellow tier, most businesses can reopen but must follow safety precautions. You will be asked to register or log in. The state reported 12,211 new cases of the coronavirus… Weddings and funeral receptions will be limited to no more than 30 people and youth and adult sports must be held outside only with all athletes wearing masks. Previously, Walz ordered people age 5 and up to wear a mask when inside public spaces or outside when social distancing cannot be practiced. Movie theaters, concert venues and other entertainment areas can reopen but must follow strict guidelines. Personal care businesses, such as hair salons, can remain open but by appointment only. Certain businesses, such as restaurants, entertainment venues and most retail businesses, must also close during those hours. Community recreational sports leagues and tournaments may continue but attendance must be limited. These restrictions are slated to end Nov. 23, just a few days before Thanksgiving. 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