A Guide to State Coronavirus Reopenings and Lockdowns


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ALABAMA—Some restrictions lifted

Travel outside home: Residents are encouraged to stay home and follow good sanitation practices. (Reopening plan)

Gatherings: Nonwork gatherings are prohibited if they cannot maintain a consistent 6-foot distance between persons from different households.

Businesses: Nonessential businesses can reopen, subject to sanitation and social-distancing rules. Retailers have occupancy limits.

Quarantines: No statewide directive.

Bars/restaurants: Dine-out only at least until May 15.

Beaches/parks: Beaches are open with social-distancing restrictions.

ALASKA—Some restrictions lifted

Travel outside home: Individuals are no longer required to stay home.

Gatherings: 20-person limit.

Businesses: Businesses can reopen with limitations.

Quarantines: Travelers from out of state must self-quarantine for 14 days.

Bars/restaurants: For dine-in, reservations only with reduced capacity and social distancing. (Directive)

Beaches/parks: Unless locally restricted, open with social distancing.

ARIZONA

Travel outside home: Residents are advised to limit travel outside the home. (Order)

Gatherings: Residents are advised to avoid gatherings.

Businesses: Nonessential businesses can reopen with enhanced physical distancing and safety measures in place.

Quarantines: No statewide directive.

Bars/restaurants: Restaurants and bars can reopen with safety precautions.

Beaches/parks: Unless locally restricted, open with social distancing.

Daily reported Covid-19 cases in the U.S.

Note: For all 50 states and D.C., U.S. territories and cruises. Last updated

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering

ARKANSAS—Some restrictions lifted

Travel outside home: The governor hasn’t issued a stay-at-home order.

Gatherings: 10-person limit; doesn’t apply to unenclosed outdoor spaces or places of worship.

Businesses: Gym and entertainment venues are closed. Hotels, motels and vacation rentals are restricted to authorized guests.

Quarantines: 14-day self-quarantine required for travelers entering Arkansas who have visited an international location or New York, New Jersey, Connecticut or New Orleans in the previous 14 days.

Bars/restaurants: Dine-in service permitted with restrictions.

Beaches/parks: State parks are open with physical distancing and limited camping.

CALIFORNIA

Travel outside home: Only for essential needs/work. (Guidance)

Gatherings: Nonessential gatherings are prohibited.

Businesses: Nonessential businesses are closed. Curbside pickup allowed for some retailers, including clothing, sporting goods and home and furnishing stores.

Quarantines: No statewide directive.

Bars/restaurants: Dine-out only.

Beaches/parks: Many state parks and beaches are temporarily closed or have very limited access.

COLORADO—Some restrictions lifted

Travel outside home: Residents, especially high-risk people, are advised to stay home as much as possible. Localities may have extended stay-at-home orders. (Guidance)

Gatherings: Public and private gatherings may not exceed 10 people with limited exceptions.

Businesses: Noncritical businesses are open with restrictions.

Quarantines: No statewide directive.

Bars/restaurants: Dine-out only.

Beaches/parks: State parks remain open, but playgrounds, picnic areas and campgrounds are closed.

CONNECTICUT

Travel outside home: The state is urging residents to limit travel and stay at least six feet from others when in public. (Guidance)

Gatherings: Five-person limit for social and recreational gatherings; 50-person limit for religious services.

Businesses: Starting May 20, non-essential offices, retail shops and malls can reopen at reduced capacity after certifying compliance with safety measures. Museums and zoos can open outdoor exhibits. Hair salons and barbershops can take a limited number of customers by appointment. Amusement parks, gyms, theaters, nail salons, spas and tattoo parlors remain closed until at least June 20.

Quarantines: No mandatory quarantine for incoming travelers. Visitors are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days.

Bars/restaurants: Dine-out and outdoor service only. No bar seating.

Beaches/parks: Trails and grounds of state parks and forests are…



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