ST. PAUL, Minn. – Gov. Tim Walz introduced on Friday section three of the Keep Protected Plan, which incorporates progressively loosening restrictions of indoor eating, gyms, and leisure venues.
Beginning June 10, restricted re-openings will probably be allowed with occupancy charges restricted primarily based on danger.
“Thanks, Minnesotans, for the sacrifices you’ve made to sluggish the unfold of COVID-19,” Governor Walz stated. “Because of your dedication, we are actually able to fastidiously flip the dial towards reopening society. As we transfer ahead, it’s extra vital than ever that we every do our half as we belief and depend on one another to maintain our state protected.”
Beneath Part III of the Keep Protected MN plan:
- Eating places can start providing indoor eating whereas sustaining social distancing, requiring reservations, and seating not more than 50 p.c occupancy.
- Indoor social gatherings can happen with 10 individuals or much less; outside social gatherings can happen with 25 individuals or much less.
- Gyms, private health and yoga studios, and martial arts could open at 25 p.c capability.
- Indoor leisure venues, resembling theaters and live performance halls, can open at 25 p.c capability.
- Leisure indoor leisure venues, resembling bowling alleys, arcades, and museums could open at 25 p.c capability.
- Private providers, resembling salons, tattoo parlors, and barbershops, could enhance occupancy charges to 50 p.c whereas requiring reservations.
- Outside leisure venues, resembling sporting occasions, live shows, and theaters could open at 25 p.c capability.
- Locations of worship can enhance occupancy charges to 50 p.c.
All important companies are required to develop and implement a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan by June 29, and the Division of Well being (MDH), Division of Employment and Financial Improvement (DEED), and Division of Labor and Trade (DLI) will publish trade steerage by June 15.