New statewide public health orders

Indoor dining, gatherings of up to 25 people and more

SHERIDAN — Effective Friday, May 15, updated public health orders will ease restrictions statewide, allowing indoor table service at restaurants; gatherings of up to 25 people; and the reopening of salons, barber shops and more. 

“We will continue to focus on safety with these new orders,” Gov. Mark Gordon said in a press conference Wednesday afternoon. “These new orders contain detailed social distancing requirements that still allow businesses to operate as normally as possible.”

In addition, the governor made announcements about the national parks and $17 million in CARES Act funding to expand the state's COVID-19 testing and health response.

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