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INDIANAPOLIS PANDEMIC RULES
Rules surrounding the pandemic in Indiana and Indianapolis have been ever changing.

The rules for the city override the rules for the state.

This page shows you the current state of affairs.

Note: There has been no restrictions on hotels.
PANDEMIC RULES IN INDIANAPOLIS
Current Covid-19 Rules in Indianapolis
FACE MASKS must be worn away from home.  This includes outdoors if you can't keep 6' apart.

Exceptions:
Children under 2,  
Individuals traveling in their own car,
people who are alone in their own office,
people who are exercising outdoors in groups less than 25,
people who are eating or drinking in a restaurant (though you must wear your mask when entering and exiting.)
OTHER RESTRICTIONS:

WEDDINGS, PARTIES, CLUB MEETINGS are limited to 50 people.

NURSING HOMES remain closed to indoor visitors.

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE for grades K-12 suspended until at least August 5th.

Georgia Street, Broad Ripple Avenue and Massachusetts Avenue are closed to traffic
until Labor Day.  This is to accomodate restrictions on restaurant capacity.

GOLF COURSES - no restrictions

GAMING may be open.

FAIR & FESTIVALS - must follow Governor's Orders
for Indiana
BARS & NIGHTCLUBS must close
Due to a rise in infection rates in June, the mayor of Indianapolis has brought back some of the restrictions in July,
as well as mandating mandatory masks.
Current Covid-19 Rules in Indiana
STAGE 4.5 RESTRICTIONS

STATE OFFICES open by appointment.

RESTAURANTS & BARS WITH FOOD - are limited to 75% capacity.

BARS & NIGHTCLUBS - are limited to 50% capacity.

SPORTS VENUES, ENTERTAINMENT, MUSEUMS, CONCERTS, MOVIE THEATERS,
BOWLING ALLEYS - are limited to 50% capacity.

MANUFACTURING, INDUSTRIAL & CONSTRUCTION must meet IOSHA  CDC guidelines.

All other things are open at full capacity, such as:
RETAIL, MALLS, COMMERCIAL BUSINESSES, OFFICES, SALONS,  GYMS,
CAMPGROUNDS, PLAYGROUNDS, RECREATIONAL SPORTS
FACE MASKS must be worn.  Same rules as for Indianapolis (above).
July 27
RULE
IN EFFECT SINCE
July 4
LIMITED TO 50% CAPACITY
Restaurants - also must close at midnight, no bar seating allowed, no live entertainment, no parties larger than 10 people
Churches
Libraries
Funeral Homes
Community Swimming Pools
LIMITED TO 75% CAPACITY
Malls
Retail
Liquor Stores
Convenience Stores
LIMITED TO 25% CAPACITY
Gyms
Sports Venues
Zoos
Museums
Parks
and other Entertainment & Cultural businesses
NO LIMITS ON CAPACITY
Salons & Spas - but must be by appointment
Gaming
Office Buildings