Brandon Smith, IPB News |
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Tuesday that he will end the state’s COVID-19 restrictions, beginning April 6.
Instead, Holcomb said, Indiana will have a mask “advisory,” though masks will still be required in state government buildings, COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites, and K-12 schools.
The state will no longer require restaurants, bars and nightclubs to keep customers spaced six feet apart or seated, though Holcomb said businesses should keep COVID response plans that include safeguards. And the governor noted local governments and private businesses can still impose restrictions.