Indiana is moving to stage 4 of its “Back On Track” plan while getting recognized as one of the best states in the country to do business.
Chief Executive Magazine recently ranked Indiana fifth in the nation for doing business, while highlighting the state’s low taxes, investment and commitment to growing the workforce, and focus on innovation and tech. All reasons the Hoosier State stands out as an economic leader.
As we enter stage 4 and continue getting back on track, social gatherings of up to 250 people may take place following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s social distancing guidelines. Much of Indiana’s tourism sector can reopen at 50% capacity, including cultural and entertainment venues like museums, zoos and aquariums. VisitIndiana.com recommends consulting with the websites of particular events and attractions for up-to-date information.
In this stage, staff in professional office buildings may resume work at full capacity, as well as retail stores and malls. Dining room services may now operate at 75% capacity, with movie theaters, bowling alleys, bars and nightclubs opening at 50% capacity.
As these businesses and others resume and expand operations, those unable to source and procure personal protection equipment can utilize the state’s online marketplace to request masks, face shields and hand sanitizer. Click here to place an order for Hoosier-made items on Indiana’s PPE Marketplace.
Stage 4 is projected to continue through Saturday, July 4. For more information about Indiana’s Back On Track Plan, click here.