• Indiana’s statewide mask mandate ended April 6, 2021, while state health officials continue to encourage mask wearing.
  • As of March 10, 42 of the state’s 92 counties were placed in the blue level of the advisory-level. Those counties will no longer have social-gathering capacity restrictions, but they must obey distancing and mask-wearing protocols.
  • The Governor announced that the executive order placing county-by-county COVID-19 restrictions will be extended through the month of February, though with some changes. Effective February 1, counties designated as red or orange (regions with the greatest risk of coronavirus spread) must limit capacity to 25% in all establishments. Counties designated as yellow must limit capacity to 50% in all establishments. Counties designated as blue may operate at full capacity, so long as social distancing, mask-wearing, and other precautions are enforced. A statewide mask mandate remains in effect.
  • The Governor extended the current public health emergency for an additional 30 days on January 4.
  • The Governor announced the state will move away from its stage 5 restrictions and toward a county-by-county approach. The Indianapolis Mayor announced that effective November 15, the County’s indoor bars and other entertainment venues must limit capacity to 25%. Restaurants must limit indoor dining services to 50% capacity and may not seat parties larger than six.
  • As of July 27, 2020 face coverings were required in public.