Business Resources

Page last updated at 4:30 p.m. on 12/10/2020

Current Measures in Place – Effective January 04, 2020

Mitigation Orders

  • General safety rules are still in place.
    • Keep wearing your mask to enter a business, stay six feet apart, and follow all the general health and safety rules as before. This is our new normal.
  • Gathering limitations are still in place.
    • Effective 10/9/2020, maximum occupancy for indoor and outdoor events is determined using the maximum occupancy calculator. Schools and most childcare centers must still follow the Department of Education rules for operating. Nursing homes and group care facilities still have visitor restrictions. Prisons and hospitals can decide their own visitor policies for each facility.
  • All businesses can reopen.
    • Telework must continue unless impossible. All in-person businesses may operate at 75% occupancy, except where noted. Businesses must follow all the worker and building safety requirements for employers.

There are still restrictions for businesses that work with the public. You must limit occupancy if your business is in one of the following categories:

  • Restaurants and bars can open indoor dining, up to 25% occupancy or up to 50% occupancy with self-certification
  • Indoor recreation can have up to 50% occupancy, but appointments recommended and fitness facilities are directed to prioritize outdoor fitness activities
    • including gyms, indoor malls, bowling, arcades, indoor sports, go-kart, pool halls, and similar facilities
  • Health and wellness can have up to 50% occupancy, but customers can enter by appointment only
    • this applies to spas, barbershops, hair and nail salons, saunas, tattoo parlors, massage therapists and other personal care service businesses
  • Entertainment may have up to 50% occupancy
    • like casinos, theaters, zoos, museums, concerts, historical sites, amusement parks, and other group venues


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