Updated: 5/20/2020

KEY – Region

West (CA, CO, NV, OR, WA)

MidAtlantic (CT, DE, MA, NJ, NY, PA, RI)

MidWest (IL, IN, KY, MI, MN, OH, WI)

MidPlains (KS, MO)

State/US Territory Mobility Restrictions Mobility Start/Stop Dates Gathering Restrictions
(# of People)
Non-Essential Business
(Closed/Opening)
Facemasks Quarantines Transmission of COVID-19 School Start Date
Alabama Order lifted (phase 1). Three phase reopening 4/4 – 4/30 Distancing required Phase 2 – elective surgeries; non-essential businesses including gyms, barbers and salons with distancing; retail, bars and restaurants at 50% capacity; beaches; Guidance till May 22 Suggested None In community Fall term
Alaska Order lifted. Five phase reopening 3/28 – 4/24 20 Phase 2 – most non-essential businesses with distancing including: gyms, barber shops and salons, bars, restaurants and retail, all at limited capacity, state parks Required Out-of-state travelers, 14-day self-quarantine In community Fall term
American Samoa No order 10 None No data
Arizona Order lifted. Phased reopening plan 3/31 – 5/15 Guidance Current phase – elective surgeries; retail; barbers and salons by appt only; gyms and restaurants with distancing Suggested None Widespread Fall term
Arkansas No order. Three phases to reopen 10, except outdoors and worship Phase 1 – elective surgeries and dental; barbers and salons with appts; all retail; restaurants at 33% capacity; theatres and casinos with distancing and 50 people or less Required Out-of-state travelers from high risk places, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread Fall term
California Stay-at-home order. Four phases reopening 3/19 – 0 Phase 2 – (early part) curbside retail; manufacturers and distribution with distancing Suggested None Widespread Fall term
Colorado Order lifted, advisory. Local stay-at-home orders in Denver still apply; Phased reopening 3/26 – 4/26 10 Phase 2 – elective surgeries, medical and dental offices; Non-essential business with restrictions Mid-May to open bars, restaurants and clubs if numbers stay low Required None Widespread Fall term
Connecticut Stay-at-home order 3/23 – 5/20 5, 50 for worship All required Required in public spaces for all, Construction ERs must provide to EEs Out-of-state travelers urged to quarantine Widespread Fall term
Delaware Stay-at-home order. Three phase reopening 3/24 – 6/1 10 To reopen – curbside retail Required Out-of-state travelers, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread Fall term
District of Columbia Stay-at-home order 4/1 – 6/8 9 All required Required – EEs and patrons for retail food, hotels, taxis None Undetermined Fall term
Florida Order lifted outside of southeast FL; Order still applies to those “at-risk;” Local stay-at-home orders apply to Miami-Dade and Broward Counties 4/3 – 4/30 Guidance To reopen – elective surgeries; non-essential businesses with distancing; restaurants with limited capacity Suggested Out-of-state travelers from NY-NJ-CT, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread
Georgia Order lifted; Phased reopening; Order still applies to those “at-risk;” Stay-at-home order applies in Atlanta 4/3 – 4/24 and 4/27; 5/13 for “at-risk” 10 To reopen – non-essential businesses with distancing; gyms and barbers/hair salons; restaurants with limited dine-in; movie theaters with distancing Suggested None Widespread Fall term
Guam No order No large gatherings All required Required – EEs and patrons None Widespread Fall term
Hawaii Order lifted. 3/25 – 5/31 10 Stabilization phase – non-essential businesses with limited operations; 5/7 shopping malls, pet groomers, and carwashes Required Out-of-state travelers, 14-day self-quarantine In community Fall term
Idaho Order lifted; Four phase reopening; Order still applies to those “at-risk” 3/25 – 4/30 Guidance Phase 2 – non-essential businesses and restaurants with distancing requirements Suggested Out-of-state travelers, 14-day self-quarantine encouraged Widespread
Illinois Lifting stay-at-home order; Five phase reopening 3/21 – 5/31 10 Phase 2 – 5/11 elective surgeries to resume, 5/18, dental offices to resume. Otherwise, in 5 phases across 4 regions; 5/1, phase 2, retail stores for pick-up and delivery and golf courses; 5/29, phase 3, if conditions met, manufacturers, offices, barbers, salons, retailers; stage 4 is restaurants, bars and schools; stage 5 is back to normal Required None Widespread Fall term
Indiana Order lifted; Five phase reopening; Local stay-at-home orders apply to 3 counties 3/24 – 5/3 25, no limits for worship Phase 2 – non-essential businesses at 50% capacity with distancing; elective surgeries; retail and businesses at 50%; barbers and salons by appt. Required None Undetermined Fall term
Iowa No order 10, except for worship until 5/27 To reopen – most non-essential business to reopen with distancing, including restaurants; bars, barbers and salons remain closeds Suggested None Widespread Fall term
Kansas Order lifted, advisory; Four phase reopening 3/30 – 5/3 10 or more with distancing Phase 2 (May 22) – non-essential businesses with distancing; restaurants, barbers and salons with distancing Suggested Out-of-state travelers from NY-NJ-CT-FL-IL-WA, 14-day self-quarantine if exposed In community Fall term
Kentucky Order lifted. 3/26 – 4/27 Small gatherings allowed To reopen – non-urgent healthcare services and elective surgeries; non-essential businesses; retail remains closed Suggested Lifted, Advisory 14-day self-quarantine Undetermined
Louisiana Stay-at-home order 3/23 – 5/15 10 To reopen – elective surgeries; some non-essential businesses; curbside retail Required for public-facing employees None Widespread Fall term
Maine Partially lifting stay-at-home order 4/2 – 5/31 10 To reopen – phased-in plan; 5/1 barbers and salons to reopen with distancing Required Out-of-state travelers, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread
Marshall Islands No order None No data
Maryland Partially lifting stay-at-home order; Local stay-at-home order in Baltimore and suburban DC 3/30 – 10 To reopen – phase 1 starting on May 15; retail with distancing; barbers and salons with distancing Required – EEs and patrons Out-of-state travelers, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread
Massachusetts Stay-at-home order for “at-risk” residents/70+, Guidance for rest of state 3/24 – 5/18 10 in confined spaces All required Required Out-of-state travelers, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread Fall term
Michigan Stay-at-home order 3/24 – 5/28 0 except for worship To reopen – non-essential manufacturing with screening; May 18, auto plants to reopen Required in confined spaces None Widespread Fall term
Micronesia No order N/A None No data
Minnesota Stay-at-home order 3/27 – 5/18 None To reopen – elective surgeries; non-essential businesses with distancing; restaurants, bars, barbers and salons remain closed Suggested None Widespread Fall term
Mississippi Order lifted, advisory 4/3 – 4/27 10 To reopen – non-essential businesses with distancing; retail at 50% capacity (some local closures till apply) Suggested None Widespread Fall term
Missouri Order lifted, advisory 4/6 – 5/3 Guidance To reopen – non-essential businesses with distancing; retail and restaurants with distancing Suggested None Widespread Fall term
Montana Order lifted; Order still applies to those “at-risk” 3/28 – 4/26 10 or more, Social distance required To reopen – non-essential businesses; theaters remain closed Suggested Out-of-state/Non-work travelers, 14-day self-quarantine In community
Nebraska No order; Lifting stay-at-home order for 30 Counties; Guidance for state 10 Guidance; To reopen – elective surgeries, dentists, vets; non-essential businesses; barbers and salons with distancing; bars and theaters remain closed Required Mandatory for COVID-19 patients and household Widespread
New Hampshire Stay-at-home order 3/27 – 5/31 9 To reopen – barbers and salons by appt. only; retail with distancing Required in healthcare facilities None Widespread Fall term
New Jersey Stay-at-home order 3/21 – 10 All required Required – EEs and patrons in businesses and public transport None Widespread
Nevada Stay-at-home order 4/1 – 5/15 10 To reopen – outdoor activities like golf and tennis; curbside retail; restaurants and bars at limited capacity and distancing Suggested None Widespread
New Mexico Stay-at-home order 3/24 – 5/15 5 All required Required Out-of-state air travelers, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread Fall term
New York Stay-at-home order, “At-risk” residents must not go out at all 3/22 – 6/13 0 Plan to reopen – regionally, with NY divided into 10 regions; May 15, 3 regions to partially reopen; phase 1 is construction, manufacturing select retail for pick-up, phase 2 is finance and professional services; phase 3 is restaurants and hotels; phase 4 is schools and entertainment Required – on public transport, in crowds, ERs must provide all EEs if working in close quarters If you have been in close contact with a COVID-19 patient Widespread Fall term
North Carolina Stay-at-home order 3/30 – 5/22 10 To reopen – retail at 50% capacity and with distancing Suggested, Required – EEs of nursing homes None Widespread Fall term
North Dakota No order, guidance Some required, i.e., barbers and salons, recreational facilities Suggested Foreign travelers and travelers from hotspots In community Fall term
Northern Mariana Islands Guidance 10 Some required Suggested None Undetermined Fall term
Ohio Stay-at-home order 3/23 – 5/29 10 To reopen – non-essential businesses with distancing; retail with reduced capacity; barbers and salons to remain closed Required Out-of-state air travelers, 14-day self-quarantine In community Fall term
Oklahoma Order lifted, guidance; Stay-at-home order for “at-risk” and Tulsa, OK City, Norman only 3/25 – 4/24 10 until 5/16 To reopen – non-essential businesses with three-stage plan, barbers/salons and retain with distancing Suggested Out-of-state travelers from NY-NJ-CT-CA-LA-WA, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread Fall term
Oregon Stay-at-home order 3/23 – 25, 10 urged To reopen – rural counties Suggested None Widespread Fall term
Palau No order No data
Pennsylvania Partially lifting stay-at-home order in counties outside Philly area 4/1 – 5/8 0, 25 in rural areas To reopen – non-essential businesses in rural counties; tiered plan based on each county’s exposure Required – EEs and patrons in businesses, ERs must provide to EEs None In community Fall term
Puerto Rico Stay-at-home order and curfew nightly 3/15 – 5/25 No large gatherings All required Required None Undetermined Fall term
Rhode Island Order lifted 3/28 – 5/8 5 To reopen – non-essential office-based businesses and retail with limited capacity Required – EEs and patrons in businesses, ERs must provide to EEs Out-of-state travelers, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread Fall term
South Carolina Order lifted, guidance 4/7 – 5/12 None To reopen – departments, furniture, clothing and jewelry stores, beaches; outdoor restaurants with distancing Suggested None In community Fall term
South Dakota Stay-at-home order for “at-risk” residents only; Stay-at-home order for 2 Counties only None Guidance and distancing Suggested None In community
Tennessee Order lifted, advisory 3/31 – 4/27 and 4/30 10, except for worship To reopen – non-essential businesses with distancing; retail and restaurants with limited capacity and distancing; barbers and salons to remain closed Suggested None In community
Texas Order lifted, advisory 4/2 – 4/20, 4/22 and 4/24 10 To reopen – non-essential businesses with distancing; retail and restaurants with limited capacity and distancing; barbers and salons to remain closed Suggested Out-of-state air travelers from NY-NJ-CT-CA-LA-WA-Atlanta-Chicago-Detroit-Miami, 14-day self-quarantine In community Fall term
Utah Guidance for “at-risk” residents only, Stay-at-home order for Salt Lake and ski areas only 20 To reopen – elective surgeries; non-essential businesses with distancing; restaurants with distancing; barbers and salons by appt. only Suggested Out-of-state travelers and if you have been in close contact with a COVID-19 patient, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread Fall term
Vermont Stay-at-home order 3/25 – 5/15 10 To reopen – phased plan, outdoor retail allowed; manufacturing, construction and distribution can phase back-in Required Out-of-state and non-work travelers, 14-day self-quarantine Widespread Fall term
Virgin Islands Order lifted, advisory 3/25 – 4/30 All required; 4/20 beaches reopened Required None In community Fall term
Virginia Partially lifting stay-at-home order; Local stay-at-home order in suburban DC and Richmond 3/30 – 6/10 10 To reopen – retail with distancing; barbers and salons with distancing; outdoor restaurants at 50% capacity Suggested None Widespread Fall term
Washington Stay-at-home order 3/23 – 5/31 0 To reopen – parks and golf courses; curbside retail; construction, with distancing Suggested None Widespread Fall term
West Virginia Order lifted, advisory 3/24 – 5 To reopen – elective surgeries; small business under 10 employees with distancing; barbers and salons by appt. only Required Out-of-state travelers from hotspots, 14-day self-quarantine In community Fall term
Wisconsin Order lifted, by WI Supreme Court; Local stay-at-home orders may apply 3/25 – 5/13 0 To reopen – state has no power to keep businesses closed Suggested Out-of-state travelers, Recommended Widespread Fall term
Wyoming No order, advisory; Stay-at-home order for Jackson only 9 To reopen – gyms, barbers and salons with distancing Required for employees Out-of-state and non-work travelers, 14-day self-quarantine In community

Medcor is monitoring multiple sources to create this summary of state-by-state data for the benefit of our clients and partners who are managing and supporting workforces across multiple states. Medcor cannot guarantee the accuracy of the summary since source data may be out of date, inaccurate, and/or inconsistent with other sources. Also, our updates may be delayed (in general we update at least daily). With such a dynamic environment, please consider this a good faith effort that is likely to be imperfect. Feedback and corrections are welcome.

Sources

Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

Cases in US

FEMA: Disasters

State Action on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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