DETAILS: Stage Four of the Governor's Reopening Plan Begins Friday, What It Means For You


STATEWIDE -- Stage Four of the governor’s Back-on-Track plan will begin Friday, a few days ahead of schedule.

Almost all counties will be able to have gatherings up to 250 people, malls and stores open at full capacity, restaurants at 75 percent capacity, and bars, nightclubs, museums, zoos, aquariums and bowling alleys at 50 percent. 

  • State government buildings will no longer have access restrictions.
  • Professional office building employees may resume work at full capacity.
  • Retail stores and malls may open at full capacity with social distancing rules.
  • Restaurant dining room service may increase to 75% capacity.
  • Bar seating in restaurants may open at 50% capacity.
  • Bars and nightclubs may open at 50% capacity with social distancing rules.
  • Cultural, entertainment and tourism businesses — such as museums, zoos, bowling alleys, and aquariums — may open at 50% capacity.
  • Large venues may reopen with social distancing rules.
  • Amusement parks, water parks and similar facilities may open at 50% capacity with required reservations to limit customers.
  • Movie theaters may open at 50% capacity.
  • Horse racing may begin this weekend with no spectators.
  • Playgrounds may reopen, though the state health commissioner recommended that parents take extra caution with their children after playing.


Another 339 Hoosiers tested positive for coronavirus and 15 more Hoosiers have died, the Indiana State Department of Health said Wednesday.  A total of 38,337 Hoosiers have now tested positive for the virus, out of 320,094 people tested overall.

Marion County has the most coronavirus cases, with 10,464.

A total of 2,173 Hoosiers have died from the virus, said ISDH.

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