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StateCurrent Order - End Date Details on the Executive Order on Re-opening GuidanceCleaning/SanitizingIncreasing the frequency of all sanitizing and cleaning measures and requiring additional sanitizing measures for certain circumstances. Monitoring the health of employees and sending home any employee who displays symptoms
of COVID-19
Enforcing social distancing in all areas of the place of business, including between tables or
booths as well as outside of the establishment when there is a wait
Food and BeverageHuman Resource Practices/MandatesRecovery IncentivesHotel Immunity/Indemnification
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Link to TextMass gathering restrictionsEffective DatePreemption of Local LawDuration
Methods & chemical mandates
FrequencyLocations
Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment
Screening of guestsPublic SpacesFitness Centers, Pools, Spas, BeachCasinosBack of HouseRestaurants/Bars/Markets/LoungesIn-Room Dining
Mini-bar/Amenities
Paperwork/LegalPPEScreening of Employees
Contractors/Deliveries
Temperature Checks
Leased Labor Responsibilities
Financial incentives to travel (tax)
New marketing campaigns
Actions during pandemic
Post-pandemic actions
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ALABAMAAmended Safer at HomeReopen Alabama Responsibility - Phase 1All non-work related gatherings of 25 persons or more, or groups that cannot maintain social-distance rules are prohibited.5/11/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsBeaches are open with no gathering size limit as long as social distancing requirements are met; fitness centers open with additional cleaning requirements; Increasing the frequency of all sanitizing and cleaning measures and requiring additional sanitizing measures for certain circumstances. x Monitoring the health of employees and sending home any employee who displays symptoms
of COVID-19
Enforcing social distancing in all areas of the place of business, including between tables or
booths as well as outside of the establishment when there is a wait
Effective July 16, 2020 at 5:00 P.M., each person shall wear a mask or other facial covering that covers his or her nostrils and mouth at all times when within six feet of a person from another household in any of the following places: an indoor space open to the general public, a vehicle operated by a transportation service, or an outdoor public space where ten or more people are gathered.Governor Ivy liability protection Executive Order
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ALASKAStay at Home OrderAlaska Reopen - Phase 1Social Distancing Protocols for Individuals. No gatherings over 50 people allowed.4/24/20Reevaluate the mandate by May 20, 2020Cleaning for lodging facilitiesProtocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsGyms capacity limited to 25%i. Indoors- Groups limited to household members only. 2. Limit maximum indoor capacity to 25 percent maximum building occupancy as required by law. i Outdoors 1. Groups limited to household members only. 2. No more than 20 tables. Tables must be 10 feet apart. Operations: Reservations only. Walk-in prohibited. ii. Cloth face coverings worn by all employees interacting with the public. iii. Entryway signage stating that any customer who has symptoms of COVID-19 must not enter the premises. iv. Establish a COVID-19 Mitigation Plan addressing the practices and protocols to protect staff and the public. v. Hard copy of written safety, sanitization, and physical distancing protocols (specific to COVID-19) on the business premises. vi. Disposableware should be used when available. vii. Condiments by request in single-use disposable packets or reusable condiments by request that are sanitized between parties. viii. Fully sanitize tables and chairs after each group. ix. Sanitize or provide disposable menus or menu board. x. Hourly touch-point sanitization (workstations, equipment, screens, doorknobs, restrooms).
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ARIZONAStat at Home Order 5/15/20Stay Healthy, Return Smarter, Return StrongerMass gatherings up to 50 people are allowed
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ARKANSASAll Directives for re-OpeningGovernor Hutchinson announces task force with goal of opening 5/4/20 Directive Regarding Large Outdoor Venues: Phase 2--For events up to 66% capacityProtocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsLimited dine in starts 5/11/20; Bars can open on 5/26/20Executive Order to Clarify The Local Response--Clarifies that cities may, upon certain consultation, issue local ordinances to require face coverings.Governor issued Executive Order
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CALIFORNIAStay at Home OrderCalifornia 4 -Phase Plan to ReopenGatherings with 250 people or more should be rescheduled or canceled. Smaller gatherings can proceed so long as social distanced 6 feet can be maintained.Many jurisdictions under local controlOutdoor dining only 7/14/20Mandates that face coverings be worn state-wide in public places. Lays out certain exceptions.
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COLORADOProtect Your Neighbor - 6/15/20 - ExpiredPhased re-opening starting 4/27/20Gatherings can occur at prepandemic capacity up to 50% but social distace guidelines and not more than 500 people6/15/20Gatherings are under county control as long as they have completed the requirements to enter Protect Your Neighbor phaseExtends requirement that critical workers and government officials wear masks
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CONNECTICUTStay at Home Order - 5/20/20Phased re-opening starts 5/20/20Gatherings: All social and recreational gatherings of more than 5 people are prohibited. Religious, spiritual, and worship gatherings of more than 50 are prohibited. This remains in effect until June 17, unless earlier modified.Everyone is required to wear masks while outside
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DELAWAREStay at Home Order - 5/15/20Entered Phase 2 on 6/1/20Outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people are permitted with social distancing requirements in place. Face coverings must be worn in public.pool guidanceEveryone is required to wear masks while outside
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FLORIDAPhased ReopeningFull Phase one reopening starts 5/18"Avoid gatherings of more than 50 people"4/27/20Local authority can override state authorityProtocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsRestaurants open at 75% capacity and bars can open with restrictions in place
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GEORGIAPhased ReopeningPhased reopening - 4/27/20Gatherings of 50 or more are banned.Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsIn person dining continuing as of 4/27/20 with social distancing protocols in effectNo city can require masks.SB 359 signed into law by Governor on 8/5/20
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HAWAIIAct with Care - 6/19/20Governor Ige - guidance for reopeningGatherings limited to 10 people; As of 5/26/20 self quarantine for 14 days extended to all guests thru 6/30/205/7/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsBeaches are closedAll customers shall wear a face covering as described and recommended in Section I.A., or as required by any applicable county order, while waiting to enter and while at an essential business or operation. All employees of essential businesses or operations who have any contact with customers or goods to be purchased shall wear the cloth face covering recommended by the CDC while at their place of employment.
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IDAHOPhased ReopeningFour Phase Reopening GuidelinesGatherings of more than 50 people, both private and public, should be avoided5/1/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsprovide adequate sanitation and protective coverings for employees, vendors, and patrons; offer curbside and pickup delivery; limit number of people in business at a time; and direct flow of people in the operation.Identify how the business will provide for disinfection of the business and regular cleaning, especially of high touch surfaces. Identify how personal use items such as masks, face coverings and gloves shall be worn, if necessary, for employees, vendors, and patrons. The businesses may require, and it is encouraged, that employees, vendors and patrons wear face coverings as a business practice
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ILLINOISStay at Home Order - 5/29/20Regionalized Reopening PlanAny gathering of more than ten people is prohibited unless exempted by this Executive Order. This Executive Order supersedes Executive Order 2020-32 and Section 1 of Executive Order 2020-07.5/5/20Any individual who is over age two and able to medically tolerate a face covering (a mask or cloth face covering) shall be required to cover their nose and mouth with a face covering when in a public place and unable to maintain a six-foot social distance. This requirement applies whether in an indoor space, such as a store, or in a public outdoor space where maintaining a six-foot social distance is not always possible.
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INDIANAPhased ReopeningIndiana Back on TrackIn Stage 2 to protect the most vulnerable to COVID-19, Hoosiers 65 and over and those with high-risk health conditions – who are the most vulnerable to the coronavirus – should remain at home.

Essential travel restrictions will be lifted, and social gatherings of up to 100 people will be permitted following the CDC’s social distancing guidelines.
5/4/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsFitness centers closed, beaches open while maintaining social distancing standardsCasinos closedRestaurants and bars that serve food may open starting May 11 at 50% capacity, but bar seating will remain closed. Personal services such as hair salons, barber shops, nail salons, spas and tattoo parlors also may open on May 11 by appointment only and must follow social distancing guidelines.Face coverings are required for employees of restaurants, retail food establishments, personal services (barber shops, tatoo parlors, etc.), and employees of fitness facilities.
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IOWAPhased Reopening3-Phased approach to reopeningAs long as social distancing measures are maintained - groups can gather and not exceeding 50% of the venue's capacity5/1/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsOn 5/15/20 fitness centers may open at 50% capacity; social distancing required; group activities limited to 10 people; Pools remain closed casinos closedOn 5/15/20 restaurants can open at 50% capacity; no more than 6 people per table; all self service food and beverage prohibited; bars remain closed;
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KANSASStay at Home Order - ExpiredReopen Kansas Ohased FrameworkMass gathering restrictions under local control5/26NoProtocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsSwimming pools closedCasinos can open in Phase 2 once their re-opening plan is approved by the Kansas Department of HealthRestaurants and bars may be open as long as social distancing protocols are enforcedKansans must wear masks in stores and shops, restaurants, and in any situation in which social distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained, including outside beginning July 3.
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KENTUCKYHealthier at Home Order Phased reopening starting 4/27/205/25/20 social gatherings with less than 10 people can resume; 6/29/20 social gatherings of 50 or more can resumeProtocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsRestaurants can open with 33% capacity and outdoor seating; 6/29/20 bars can re-openRequirement. Face Covering Mandate--indoor spaces, public transportation & outdoors if social disance cannot be maintained. Includes some exemptions.
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LOUISIANAOpen Safely GuidanceOpen SafelyUnder Phase 2, individuals should avoid groups of any size that do not allow for moderate social distancingProtocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsAll employees of a business who have contact with the public must wear a mask or face covering; all individuals are strongly encouraged to wear masks or face coverings at all times if interacting with other members of the public outside of family membersHB 826
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MAINEStay at Home - ExpiredPhased ReopeningEO 55 amends EO 14 and increases the number of people that may gather from 10 to 50.Individuals must wear cloth face coverings in public settings where other physical distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
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MARYLANDStay at Home Order Maryland Strong: Roadmap to RecoveryConvention event operations can resume effective 6/19/20 at 50% of operational capacity.6/19/20Under local controlProtocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsGolf courses open; social distancing guidelines applyCasinos can open 6/29/20Requiring use of face coverings under certain circumstances and requiring implementation of certain physical distancing measures
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MASSACHUSETTSStay at Home Order - 5/18/20Lodging Specific GuidanceGatherings of 10 or more are prohibited5/18/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsFace coverings are required for all workers and guests when inside hallways and common areas, except when an individual is unable to wear a face covering due to a medical condition or disability
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MICHIGANStay at Home Order - 5/15/20Executive Order 2020-59Outdoor gatherings up to 100 ppl can resume on 6/8/20 with social distancing6/8/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsGolf course open; social distancing guidelines applyRestaurants can open at limited capacity on 6/8/20The order will require people to wear homemade, non-medical grade face coverings when they enter enclosed public spaces. It will also require employers to provide at least cloth face coverings to their employees. People won’t have to wear face coverings when they’re taking a walk in the neighborhood, but when they go to the grocery store, they should be wearing one. Under the order, however, no one will be subject to criminal penalty for going without a mask. Originally required by 2020 EO-59.
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MINNESOTAStay at Home Order extended - 5/18/20Phased Reopening Starting 4/27/20Limit occupant capacity to 25% not to exceed 250 people and ensure social distancing between peopleProtocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsSafely Reopening Minnesota's Economy and Ensuring Safe Non-Work Activities during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. Includes section encouraging Minnesotans to wear a cloth face covering when in any public setting where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
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MISSISSIPPIPhased ReopeningPermits indoor gatherings of upto 20 people and outdoor gatherings of upto 50 people. Socially distanced, indoor gatherings of upto 50 people and outdoor gatherings of upto 100.6/1/206/15/20MSDH strongly recommends all Mississippi residents to wear masks when outside of the home.Governor Signed SB 3049
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MISSOURIPhased ReopeningPhased Reopening 4/27/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patrons
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MONTANAPhased ReopeningPhase 2 Reopening Guidance 6/1/20Effective June 1, avoid gathering in groups of more than 50 people in circumstances that do
not readily allow for appropriate physical distancing. It is recommended to continue to
social distance in gatherings of any size.
• Groups larger than 50 people should be cancelled unless physical distancing can be
maintained.
6/1/20Protocol to maintain 6 feet physical distancing requirementsPools, hot tubs and fitness centers can operate at 75% capacityCan open on 5/4/20 and adhere to social distancing guidelinesRestaurants/Bars can open on 5/4/20 but must adhere to social distancing requirements and close by 10:30pm with 75% occupancy
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NEBRASKAPhased ReopeningPhased Reopening
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NEVADAPhased ReopeningPhased Reopening 5/9/20 - Phase 2 begins 5/29/20Starting 5/29/20 - Mass gatherings increase to 50 people in Phase 2All of the same restrictions on restaurants and food establishments are continued in Phase 2, but bar areas in restaurants may reopen, and bars and taverns that DO NOT serve food may reopen under the same restrictions – 50% maximum capacity and strict social distancing. Patrons will NOT be allowed to walk up and order at the bars, but they may sit and be served at a bar top if appropriately distanced from one another – 6 feet apart. No congregating.Mandatory Face Covering in PublicSB 4 - signed into law on 8/11
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NEW HAMPSHIREPhased ReopeningEmergency Order #16 bans gatherings of 10 or more peopleProtocol to maintain 6 feet physical distancing requirements6/1/20: fitness centers can re-openBeginning 5/18/20 out door seating at restaurants will be permitted
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NEW JERSEYPhased ReopeningUpdated - mass gatherings limited to 50; outdoor gatherings limited to 100Protocol to maintain 6 feet physical distancing requirementsOn 9/1/20 gyms may open at 25% capacity - masks required; Golf courses open - social distancing guidelines applyIndoor dining postponedRequires workers and customers at essential retail businesses to wear cloth face coverings while on the premises.
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NEW MEXICOPhased ReopeningMass gatherings of 5 or more prohibited (4/11 amended to include religious gatherings)Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsMasks required of everyone in public places, with exceptions for eating, drinking and exercising and medical requirements.
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NEW YORKPhased ReopeningPhased Reopening GuideExecutive Order permitting people to gather in groups of 25 or less if social distancing guidelines are followed and face coverings are worn. First amended order permitted gatherings of 10 or less if they follow social distancing guidelines and wear a face covering. Initial Executive Order issued prohibited gatherings of 10 or more people for non-essential reasons (with a few exceptions)Phased reopening are by regions but under the direction of the Governor/stateNYC stay at home order ends 6/13/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsBack of the House signage should be posted throughout the property reminding employees of the proper way to wear, handle and dispose of masks, use gloves (in positions deemed appropriate by medical experts), wash hands, sneeze and to avoid touching their faces.When allowed by state guidelines, restaurant tables and other physical layouts should be arranged to ensure appropriate distancing. Employees should be reminded not to touch their faces and to practice physical distancing by standing at least six feet away from guests and other employees whenever possible. In public spaces, follow local or New York State mandated occupancy limits.Employees should be given clear instructions to report all presumed cases of COVID-19 on property to the New York State Department of Health. Employees should be instructed to contact a manager if they notice a coworker or guest with a cough, shortness of breath, or other known symptoms of COVID-19. Employees and guests who are exhibiting any of the symptoms of COVID-19 while at the property should be instructed to immediately notify their manager (employees) or hotel security (guests). If an employee has tested positive for COVID-19, consider who the employee has worked with in close proximity. You have a legal obligation to inform employees if they have been exposed to COVID-19. Sanitize all areas the employee worked.Face masks/coverings requiredEmployers are encouraged to take employee’s temperatures, but the policy should be applied equally. It is recommended that each property make their own decision on whether or not to screen for guest temperatures. Points of entry should be limited to allow for non-invasive temperature checks. Employees who are not feeling well should be instructed to stay home. Do not disclose the identity of the symptomatic employee and keep all medical information confidential. Employees confirmed to have a temperature over 100.0°F should not be allowed entry to the property and instead be directed towards appropriate medical care.
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NORTH CAROLINAPhased ReopeningThree Phase Plan - Phase 2 begins 5/22/20Mass gathering limits in Phase 2 will be no more than 10 people indoors or 25 people outdoors in most circumstances.5/22/204-6 weeks after Entering Phase 2 they will start Phase 3Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsGyms closedRestaurants and bars reopening in phase 2 at limited capacity - 5/22/20Requires people to wear face coverings while out in public, with certain exceptions.Essential Business Immunity Legislation
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NORTH DAKOTASmart Restart Plan - 5/1/20The recommendation for banquets/weddings increases from 50 percent occupancy up to 250 attendees, to 75 percent occupancy up to 500 attendees.Restaurant guidance
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OHIOPhased ReopeningPhased Reopening 5/11/20Hotels can operate under retail guidance5/21/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsRestaurants can open for outdoor dining 5/15/20; in-door dining 5/21/20; no set limitations on capacity as long as the venue uses floorplans that incorporate safe distancingEncouragedMasks are mandated in public spaces - effective 6pm 7/23/20
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OKLAHOMAPhased ReopeningPhased Reopening 4/24/20Oklahoma began Phase 3 of reopening on 6/1. As part of Phase 3 there are no limits to group sizes, provided businesses, event organizers and local officials consider social distancing.Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsgyms/fitness centers open if they maintain social distancing guidelines Restaurant dining rooms open 5/1; bars open 5/15 if the goals of the previous phase of the state recovery plan are met.
Passed SB 1946
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OREGONPhased ReopeningPhased Reopening 5/15/20EO 20-27 allows groups of up to 50 in indoor spaces and 100 in outdoor spaces.5/15/20Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsRestaurants can open for dine-in service on 5/15/20Oregon Health authority issued guidance on wearing masks pursuant to EO 20-25. Beginning July 1, Oregonians statewide will be required to wear face coverings in indoor public spaces.
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PENNSYLVANIAPhased ReopeningPlan for PennsylvaniaUnder, reopening plan, in yellow phase, large gatherings of more than 25 prohibited. In green phase, large gatherings of more than 250 prohibited.Masks must be worn whenever anyone leaves home.
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RHODE ISLANDPhased ReopeningGatherings may not include more than 15 people. Gatherings of over 50 people will be prohibited through the summer.Restaurants can re-open for outdoor dining on 5/18/20All customers required to wear masks
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SOUTH CAROLINAPhased ReopeningExecutive Order 2020-284/21/20Yes, except beaches - localities can choose to close their beaches.Protocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsPublic access points to beaches openRestaurants open for carry out and out door seating only as of 5/11/20Under local control - Charleston required to wear masks
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SOUTH DAKOTAResume operations in a manner that allows for reasonable physical distancing, good hygiene, and appropriate sanitationRestaurants can resume business that maintain social guidelines on 5/15/20Masks have never been required, but South Dakotans are encouraged to continue to consider CDC guidance and use.
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TENNESSEEPhased ReopeningPhased-in Reopening 4/27/20While not outright banning, Gov. Bill Lee strongly discourages mass gatherings of more than 250 people or more.89 of 95 counties have reopenedProtocol to maintain 6 foot physical distancing requirements for employees and patronsGyms can reopen 5/1/20 with sanitation and social distance requirementsRestaurants can open at 50% capacity if maintaining social distance requirementsAll Tennesseeans are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings when in public.Governor Lee Signed SB 8002
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TEXASPhased in Reopening 5/1/20Texas GA-21: https://texaslodging.com/governor-order-covid19/Except as provided in this executive order or in the minimum standard health protocols recommended by DSHS, found at www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus, people should not be in groups larger than ten and should maintain six feet of social distancing from those not in their group.4/27/20Yes, to extent local law conflicts. Also, local governments may not close or regulate hotels as related to emergency orders regarding COVID-19.5/15/20Protocol to maintain 6 feet physical distancing requirementsOutdoor sports are allowed to resume so long as no more than four participants are playing together at one time. Certain social distancing practices must also be followed. Public Beaches are open.Friday, May 8, swimming pools (including swimming pools in lodging properties), can open at up to 25 percent capacity. If the pool is outdoors without a specific maximum capacity rating, the pool may operate at up to 25 percent of normal operating limits as determined by the pool operator. As of 5/18/20 gyms and fitness centers can reopen at 25% capacity but locker rooms and showers remain closed.Restaurants are open - these services must limit their capacity to 25% of their listed occupancy.EncouragedAllowedWhile GA-18 restricts a local government’s ability to punish or levy fines against individuals for not wearing face coverings, hotel operators should understand that CDC guidance and the guidance of national hotel safety and security experts strongly recommend employees utilize face coverings. We also recommend encouraging hotel guests to wear face coverings while in public.
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UTAHStay Home, Stay Safe Directive - 5/1/20Utah phase-in health guidelinesGovernor Issues Executive Order Clarifying guidelines pertaining to social gatherings, gatherings of up to 50 people allowed.5/1/20Nearly all Utahns, including children, should wear a mask when in public places where social distancing is not possible (e.g. grocery stores).Utah legislature passed Utah HB 3007A
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VERMONTStay at Home Order - 5/15/20Phased Restart 4/20/20As of June 1, social gatherings may include up to 25 people.There can be no more than 1 guest on an elevator at a time· All guests must complete a health questionnaire, which could be completed via phone or electronic means such as email, upon check-in. Any guests that exhibit signs of illness or COVID-19 symptoms upon arrival may not be allowed to check in. If symptoms begin during their stay they must be asked to leave and return home if possible. If departure is not possible, guests must self-isolate for the remainder of their stay and the Vermont Department of Health must be contacted immediately.Protocol to maintain 6 feet physical distancing requirements· Amenities may only be open if they are done so in accordance with the Executive Order and associated guidance. Amenities must be cleaned and sanitized between guest usage and be managed to restrict access to 10 or fewer individuals, including employees, and maintain social distancing.Bars and Restaurants closed through 5/15/20Beginning on 5/21/20 Guests from out of state must complete a compliance form verifying they have been self-quaratined for a 14 day period. They may not use the lodging facility to self-quaratine All Vermonters are encouraged to wear facial coverings over their nose and mouth any time they are interacting with others from outside their households. Employees must wear face coverings over their nose and mouth when in the presence of others. In the case of retail cashiers, a translucent shield or “sneeze guard” is acceptable in lieu of a mask.· All guests must complete a health questionnaire, which could be completed via phone or electronic means such as email, upon check-in. Any guests that exhibit signs of illness or COVID-19 symptoms upon arrival may not be allowed to check in. If symptoms begin during their stay they must be asked to leave and return home if possible. If departure is not possible, guests must self-isolate for the remainder of their stay and the Vermont Department of Health must be contacted immediately.
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VIRGINIAStay at Home Order - 6/10-20Guidework Virginia Framework Virginia - 5/14/20 - on 5/29/20 All of Virginia will enter Phase 1 of reopeningAs of 6/5/20 gatherings of 50 people are allowed.5/14/20Requirement to Wear Face Covering While Inside Buildings
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WASHINGTONStay at Home Order - 5/4/20Mass Gathering RestrictionsBeginning June 26, every Washingtonian in an indoor public space, or in an outside public space when unable to physically distance from others, will be legally required to wear a face covering.
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WEST VIRGINIAStay at Home OrderPhased Reopening Guideline 4/27/20Protocol to maintain 6 feet physical distancing requirementsCasinos closedFace coverings are mandated in indoor spaces
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WISCONSINWisconsin is OpenBadger Bounce Back PlanPhase 1 - gatherings limited to 10 people; Phase 2 - gatherings limited to 50 people; Phase 3 - normal activity5/13/20
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WYOMINGEffective 6/1/20 outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people are permitted as long as social distancing guidelines are enforcedGyms open
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WASHINGTON, D.C.Stay at Home Order - 6/8/20Outdoor dining can convene with limited capacity on 5/29/20
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