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Phase 3

Memorial Day is officially behind us.

That means that the unofficial start of summer in Indiana is now underway!

Rising temperatures and increased hours of sunshine (sunset is now after 9 p.m. ET!) have many Hoosiers throughout the state looking to get out and about.

Most of Indiana officially entered Phase 3 of the Back on Track plan on Friday (a few days early).

And Hoosiers have earned it!

As a whole, we’ve done a great job social distancing and following safety guidelines. And as a result, hospital admissions have remained low and our surge capacity has remained strong.

But what’s open now? What are capacity limits? And what are recommendations to stay safe? Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know.

Phase 3

  • Shopping: Shops and small businesses can now open at 75% capacity while maintaining social distancing.
  • Going Out to Eat: The dining room at your favorite restaurant can now be open at 50% capacity, with groups sitting at every other table.
  • Gyms & Fitness: Get ready to sweat! Your favorite gym can now open with limited class sizes, social distancing, and equipment cleaned after every use.
  • Entertainment: State parks have been open, and remain open! Does a drive-in movie sound like fun? Because that’s open, too!
  • Outdoor Recreation: Let’s get outside! Playgrounds remain closed, but community tennis courts, basketball courts, soccer and baseball fields are open with social gathering guidelines.
  • Camping: Another great way to get outside. Indiana campgrounds can now be open with social distancing, sanitation, and proper precautions.
  • Day Camps & Non-Contact Sports: Community recreational youth and adult sports may resume practices and conditioning. And kids’ summer camps can open starting June 1!
  • Community Pools: Grab your swimsuit! Community pools can open, but they must follow CDC guidance.
  • Personal Services: Really need a haircut? We get it. Personal services like haircuts are now open by appointment.

Phase 3 is now active in most of Indiana – and is slated to kick-start in Marion, Lake and Cass counties on June 1. You can learn more about Phase 3 here.

Of course – don’t forget. If you’re getting out, let’s be safe.

Wear your mask, keep at least six feet from other groups, wash your hands frequently, use hand sanitizer – and together, let’s keep our fellow Hoosiers safe, and keep getting back on track!

-Your Holcomb Crew