Where can you hold events?

See updated regulations for events, per US state and Canadian province.
Last update September 19, 2021
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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On Aug. 13, Gov. Kay Ivey declared a state of emergency when the state's intensive care units were filled to 95 percent capacity and Alabama's hospitals were under "extreme stress" from the increase in Covid-19 cases. The order eases hospitals' ability to hire temporary staff and create space for coronavirus patients, and allows public meetings to take place virtually. The state's Safer Apart order, which curtailed certain public gatherings, expired on May 31. The state's mask mandate and all capacity restrictions have not been reinstated.
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Gathering restrictions vary across the state, so research your destination before planning an event.

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Alaska entered phase three of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's "Reopen Alaska Responsibly Plan" on May 22, 2020, allowing most businesses to reopen at full capacity. Large gatherings are permitted in the state, but some cities have implemented additional restrictions. In Juneau, indoor events should be limited to the number of participants that will allow social distancing if nonvaccinated individuals are present. Those who are not fully vaccinated must wear a mask indoors. Alaska has no testing requirements for travelers. However, it is recommended that nonvaccinated travelers test prior to travel or get tested at one of the primary ports of entry. As of June 1, all visitors are eligible to receive a free Covid-19 vaccine in Alaska, including at participating airports.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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Vaccine passports are banned in Arizona. Gov. Doug Ducey lifted occupancy restrictions on restaurants, bars and theaters on March 5. On March 25, Arizona's businesses were authorized to resume normal operations. All mandatory restrictions have now been transitioned to recommendations. The Arizona Department of Health Services has developed a detailed list of Covid-safety recommendations for private events.
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All even restrictions have been lifted.

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On Feb. 26, Gov. Asa Hutchinson lifted restrictions on restaurants, bars and large venues, allowing them to resume operations at full capacity. In addition, indoor and outdoor venues are no longer required to submit event plans to the Arkansas Department of Health for approval. Both local and state governments are prohibited from requiring proof of vaccination, including vaccine passports.
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Gatherings are allowed for up to 5,000 people indoors in the state. Proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test is required for larger indoor events. It is recommended, but not required, for outdoor events with more than 10,000 people. Tighter restrictions have been imposed in San Francisco, where vaccine passports will be required for all indoor events with more than 1,000 people.

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Effective Sept. 20, California requires proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test to attend indoor events with 1,000 people or more. In response to rising cases and an increasing presence of the highly contagious Delta variant, San Francisco now requires proof of vaccination for all large indoor events and for certain indoor businesses. Attendees at public and private indoor events in the city with 1,000 people or more must show proof of full vaccination prior to entry. There will be a limited exception for events happening before Sept. 15 for people holding tickets sold prior to Aug. 12. These gatherings can accept proof of a negative Covid-19 test result in place of full vaccination. Proof of vaccination also is required at San Francisco bars, restaurants, clubs and gyms. The requirement will go into effect for staff members of such venues on Oct. 13. "We know that for our city to bounce back from the pandemic and thrive, we need to use the best method we have to fight Covid-19 and that’s vaccines," said San Francisco Mayor London Breed. "Many San Francisco businesses are already leading the way by requiring proof of vaccination for their customers because they care about the health of their employees, their customers, and this city. This order builds on their leadership and will help us weather the challenges ahead and keep our businesses open. Vaccines are our way out of the pandemic, and our way back to a life where we can be together safely." Mask mandates have also been reinstated in some areas, including Los Angeles County and the San Francisco Bay Area. The California Department of Public Health fully reopened the state on June 15, ending almost all capacity, social-distancing and mask requirements. Venues can host events of up to 5,000 people indoors. In order to host larger indoor gatherings, all attendees must be tested or provide proof of vaccination. It is recommended that event organizers also require proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test for outdoor gatherings of more than 10,000 people. The state will reassess its gathering guidelines by Sept. 1.
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Gathering restrictions vary by county.

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Colorado's dial framework of Covid-19 restrictions expired on April 16, and counties can now set their own Covid-19 measures. In Denver, there are no capacity limits or restrictions on outdoor events. Indoor events with more than 2,000 people must be approved by the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment.
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Capacity restrictions for gatherings have been lifted. Unvaccinated people must still wear a mask at indoor events.

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A townwide mask mandate for indoor spaces in South Windsor went into effect on Aug. 20. Mask mandates in Fairfield, Westport and Eaton will begin on Aug. 23. They join a growing list of towns that have already issued mandates, including New Haven, Stamford, Hartford, Bridgeport, Norwalk and Danbury. Municipality leaders have called for Gov. Ned Lamont to issue a statewide mask mandate. Previously, Gov. Lamont lifted most business restrictions on May 19. Masks are not required to be worn outdoors, but unvaccinated people must continue to wear masks indoors. Reopening guidelines can be found on the state's official website.
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No gathering restrictions.

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The state of emergency in Delaware expired on July 13. Gov. John Carney issued a public-health emergency on July 12, and extended it on Sept. 8, to keep the state's testing and vaccination programs running. Capacity restrictions have been lifted for restaurants, stores and other businesses.
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All meeting capacity limits have been lifted. Masks are required for indoor gatherings, regardless of vaccination status.

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Mayor Muriel Bowser reinstated the district's mask mandate on July 31. Everyone over the age of 2 once again is required to wear face coverings in indoor public spaces. All capacity limits for meetings, restaurants and museums were eliminated on June 11. Destination DC shares the latest reopening details on its website.
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Gatherings of all sizes are allowed.

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Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an executive order on May 3 that suspends all local Covid-19 restrictions, including mask mandates. Businesses, however, still can require patrons to wear face coverings. On April 2, DeSantis signed a law that prohibits the use of vaccine passports, making Florida one of the first states to do so. Florida entered phase three of reopening on Sept. 25, 2020. Bars and restaurants are allowed to operate at full capacity when following social-distancing protocols. While there are no restrictions on gathering sizes, event organizers are encouraged to follow guidelines from the state's health department.
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There are no capacity limits or restrictions for events.

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Vaccine passports are banned in Georgia. Covid-19 restrictions have been eliminated for restaurants, bars, conventions, live venues and most other businesses.
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Events are permitted for up to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Professional gatherings with more than 50 people require approval from the county.

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Honolulu mayor Rick Blangiardi has banned large gatherings on the island of Oahu, effective Aug. 25 through Sept. 22. The ban might be extended if needed. Gatherings are only permitted for up to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Any larger events that had previously received city approval to be held during this time must be cancelled. Hawaii governor David Ige introduced new statewide Covid-19 restrictions on Aug. 10. Social gatherings cannot exceed more than 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Professional events with more than 50 people must be approved by the county. Restaurants, bars, gyms and social establishments are limited to 50 percent capacity. At restaurants, groups must remain seated with six feet of social distancing. Hawaii has implemented vaccine passports, and dropped its testing and 10-day quarantine rules for fully vaccinated travelers from the mainland U.S. on July 8. Interisland travel restrictions ended on June 15. The latest travel information can be found on the state's Safe Travel program website.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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Idaho is in the final stage of Gov. Brad Little's four-phase reopening plan. Gatherings of any size are permitted. Event organizers are encouraged to implement physical distancing and safety protocols.
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Events of all sizes are allowed. Masks are required for indoor gatherings, as of Aug. 30.

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A statewide indoor mask mandate will take effect on Aug. 30. All residents, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear face coverings in indoor public settings. Masks are also recommended in crowded outdoor spaces and for outdoor activities that require close contact with people who are not vaccinated. On June 11, Illinois entered the fifth and final phase of its Restore Illinois reopening plan. All capacity limits have been lifted for bars, restaurants, venues and other businesses.
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Gathering restrictions are now set by regional health officials.

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As of April 6, all decisions about venue capacity and social-gathering restrictions are in the hands of local officials. Also on this date, the state's face-covering mandate became a mask advisory. Gov. Holcomb has banned vaccine passports in the state of Indiana.
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There are no limits on gathering sizes.

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Gov. Kim Reynolds lifted the state's mask mandate and other Covid-19 restrictions on Feb. 7. There are no limits on gathering sizes. In May, Reynolds signed a bill banning government entities, private businesses and public venues from requiring vaccine passports.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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Those who are unvaccinated must quarantine upon arrival in Kansas if they have attended a gathering of 500 people or more and were not wearing a mask or social distancing, if they were on a cruise, or if they traveled to certain countries. The statewide mask mandate was revoked on March 31.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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Kentucky fully reopened on June 11, ending capacity limits and its mask mandate.
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There are no capacity limits in most of the state. In New Orleans, masks are required to host professional events at 100 percent capacity and at outdoor events with more than 500 people.

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A statewide indoor mask mandate is in effect in Louisiana, with both vaccinated and unvaccinated people required to wear face coverings indoors. New Orleans is in a modified phase-three stage of reopening. As of Aug. 16, proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test is required at most indoor venues in Orleans Parish and at outdoor events with more than 500 people. Bars, restaurants and museums can operate at 100 percent capacity. There are no capacity restrictions on indoor meetings, as long as masks are worn. Meanwhile, outdoor meetings are permitted at 75 percent capacity without masks and social distancing, at 100 percent capacity with masks required, or at 100 percent capacity without masks if all participants provide proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test. Gov. John Bel Edwards eliminated capacity restrictions for bars, live music venues, convention centers and other large venues on May 26. Local governments, however, have the power to maintain tighter restrictions.
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There are no limits on gathering sizes.

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Gov. Janet Mills lifted capacity limits and physical-distancing requirements on both indoor and outdoor gatherings on May 24 under the Moving Maine Forward Plan.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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Effective May 15, Gov. Larry Hogan ended the statewide mask mandate and lifted all capacity restrictions on outdoor entertainment, art and sports venues, and indoor entertainment venues and conventions. Capacity limits on restaurants, bars and casinos also have been terminated.
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All gathering limits and restrictions have been lifted.

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Massachusetts lifted all Covid-19 restrictions on May 29. The gathering limit has been rescinded and all industries, including casinos, are able to operate at full capacity. Face coverings still are required on public transportation.
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There are no limits on gathering sizes.

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer ended all Covid-19 restriction on businesses and gatherings on June 22. In addition, face masks are no longer required.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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All statewide Covid restrictions were terminated on May 28, including capacity limits and distancing requirements. The mask mandate has also been lifted.
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Meeting venues can operate at full capacity with no restrictions.

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On March 3, Gov. Tate Reeves lifted Mississippi's mask mandate and increased capacities for all businesses to 100 percent. There are no restrictions on gatherings.
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The state permits gatherings of any size, although some counties might have additional restrictions.

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There are no statewide Covid-19 restrictions. Gov. Mike Parson signed a bill on June 15 that limits the duration of local restrictions and bans local governments from requiring proof of vaccination to use public facilities and transportation.
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The state permits gatherings of any size.

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The statewide mask mandate was lifted on Feb. 12, along with capacity restrictions on businesses. There are no statewide limits on gatherings, although event organizers are advised to manage the event in a way that accommodates the CDC's gathering guidelines.
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There are no limits on gathering sizes.

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Nebraska is in the green phase of reopening, with no restrictions on bars or restaurants. Indoor and outdoor gatherings are allowed at 100 percent capacity.
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Gathering restrictions have been lifted in the state. Clark County, however, has reimposed a mask mandate for employees working indoors. Masks are not required at events with more than 4,000 people if all are vaccinated. Masks are required at gatherings that don't meet the large event requirement.

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Masks will not be necessary at large indoor events in cities like Las Vegas and Reno when the venue requires proof of vaccination for all attendees. Venues with a capacity of more than 4,000 people will be eligible for the exemption. Partially vaccinated people and children under 12 can attend events at these venues, but must wear a mask. On July 27, Gov. Steve Sisolak imposed a mandate that requires everyone to wear a mask indoors in public spaces, even if they are vaccinated. The rule took effect at midnight on July 30 and covers 12 of the state's counties, including Clark County, home to Las Vegas. The same day that the mask mandate was announced, Nevada reported 1,143 people hospitalized with confirmed or suspected cases of Covid-19, which is just below the hospitalizations at this time last year during the peak of the second wave. Clark County also requires that venues hosting indoor gatherings with more than 250 people submit a Covid-19 plan for approval.
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Gatherings of all sizes are permitted.

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As of May 8, all Covid-19 restrictions and guidance have been replaced with Universal Best Practices for individuals and businesses. The state’s mask mandate has also been lifted.
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All restrictions have been removed.

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Gov. Phil Murphy lifted the state's indoor mask mandate for public spaces and eliminated the social-distancing requirement for both indoor and outdoor spaces on May 28. Gathering limits were eliminated on June 4.
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Events of all sizes are allowed.

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New Mexico retired its color-coded system of Covid-19 restrictions and fully reopened on July 1. All businesses across the state are able to operate at 100 percent capacity, and all limitations on gatherings have been lifted.
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Most gathering restrictions have been lifted. However, some measures remain for large indoor event venues that can host more than 5,000 people.

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that proof of vaccination is now required for certain indoor activities, including dining, fitness and entertainment. The vaccine mandate, called the Key to NYC Pass, went into effect on August 16. Inspections and enforcement began on September 13. The requirement applies to both customers and workers. Proof of vaccination is accepted via vaccination cards, the NYC Covid Safe app or the state's Excelsior Pass app. The city now strongly recommends that everyone wear face masks in indoor public settings, but it is only required for those who are unvaccinated. "Not everyone is going to agree with this. I understand that," said de Blasio during a press conference. "But for so many people, this is going to be a life-saving act. That we're putting a mandate in place is going to guarantee a much higher level of vaccination in the city. That is the key to protecting people and the key to our recovery." Gov. Andrew Cuomo lifted most Covid-19 restrictions on June 15. Capacity limits and social-distancing requirements are no longer required for businesses. Some restrictions remain for large indoor event venues that can hold more than 5,000 attendees. In order to eliminate social distancing and remove masks, guests must show proof of vaccination. Unvaccinated individuals are required to present a recent negative Covid-19 test and wear a mask within the venue. Social distancing can be reduced or eliminated between tested attendees, so that venues can operate at 100 percent capacity. The state's Excelsior Pass is a digital app that can be used to safely store and verify proof of vaccination.
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There are no limits on gathering sizes and events do not need to follow social-distancing rules.

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Gov. Roy Cooper lifted all mass-gathering and social-distancing requirements on May 14. The state's mask mandate has also been removed for most indoor indoor settings, although face coverings are still required in some places, such as public transportation.
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Gatherings of all sizes are permitted.

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There are no statewide business or gathering restrictions. The North Dakota Department of Health has adopted mask guidance from the CDC, so fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear face coverings indoors or outdoors.
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Currently there are no restrictions on gatherings.

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Columbus reinstated a mask mandate on Sept. 10, requiring everyone to wear a face covering in public indoor areas. Gov. Mike DeWine ended all other Covid-19 health orders on June 2.
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There are no statewide restrictions on gatherings.

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An executive order issued by Gov. Kevin Stitt on March 12 lifted all statewide restrictions on events and residents. Major cities, including Oklahoma City and Tulsa, have ended local health orders that required face coverings in public.
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There are no statewide restrictions on gathering sizes. However, masks are required in indoor and outdoor public settings.

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Governor Kate Brown issued a statewide outdoor mask mandate, effective Aug. 27. Face coverings are now required for most outdoor public settings where physical distancing is not possible, including large outdoor events. The rule does not apply to fleeting encounters, such as passing someone in a park. A statewide indoor mask mandate has been in effect since Aug. 13. Gov. Brown lifted social-distancing and other Covid-19 restrictions on June 30.
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Gatherings of all sizes are allowed. Masks are required at nonseated outdoor events with more than 1,000 people.

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An indoor mask mandate went into effect on Aug. 12 in Philadelphia, unless proof of vaccination is required. Statewide, face coverings must be worn at all nonseated outdoor events with more than 1,000 people. All statewide coronavirus restrictions, including those on gatherings and businesses, were lifted on May 31.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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Capacity limits for restaurants, businesses and gatherings were lifted on May 28. People who are not fully vaccinated must still wear a mask in indoor public settings. Indoor and outdoor venues, such as convention centers, concert halls, performance venues and theaters, can operate without restrictions.
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There are no restrictions on gatherings.

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Mass gathering restrictions were lifted on March 1. On May 11, Gov. McMaster issued an executive order banning vaccine passports and preventing local governments from creating mask mandates.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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The state has not issued any lockdowns or mask mandates. Businesses are encouraged to follow safety guidelines outlined in Gov. Kristi Noem's "Back to Normal" plan. Vaccine passports are banned in South Dakota
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Gathering restrictions vary by county.

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There is no statewide mask mandate and Covid-19 restrictions vary by county. In Nashville, all capacity restrictions for events were lifted as of May 14.
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All facilities in the state can operate at 100 percent capacity.

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Gov. Greg Abbott lifted the state's mask mandate and allowed all businesses and facilities in Texas to resume operations at 100 percent capacity on March 10. Businesses can implement additional safety protocols at their own discretion. If Covid-19 hospitalizations get above 15 percent capacity for seven straight days in any of Texas's 22 hospital regions, the county judge for that region can impose new Covid-19 mitigation strategies. Per the Governor's executive order, those restrictions cannot include reducing capacity to less than 50 percent for any facility. On April 6, Gov. Abbott issued an executive order banning state agencies or political subdivisions from requiring vaccine passports. On June 7, he extended that bill to include private businesses.
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There are no limits on gathering sizes.

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There are no statewide capacity restrictions for gatherings in Utah and the mask mandate has been lifted. Vaccine passports are partially banned in Utah. Gov. Spencer Cox signed a bill in April, banning the state government from requiring people to be vaccinated, but private companies are allowed to do so.
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There are no capacity limits for events.

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Vermont fully reopened on June 14. All Covid-19 restrictions on businesses and gatherings have ended.
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All gathering restrictions have been lifted.

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Gov. Ralph Northam lifted the state's mask mandate on May 7, followed by all distancing and capacity restrictions on May 28.
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All capacity restrictions for gatherings and events have been lifted. Masks are required for indoor events and recommended for crowded outdoor gatherings, where social distancing is not possible.

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A statewide mask mandate was implemented on Aug. 23. Everyone over the age of 5 must wear a face covering in indoor public spaces, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are strongly recommended in crowded outdoor settings where social distancing is not possible.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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Gov. Jim Justice eliminated the state's mass gathering restrictions on April 19. Capacity limits have also been lifted for bars, restaurants and businesses. The state's indoor face mask requirement was removed on June 20.
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All gathering restrictions have been lifted.

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Restrictions still vary by county. As of Aug. 19, an indoor mask mandate is in effect in Dane County, which includes Madison. Originally set to expire on Sept. 16, the mandate has been extended to Oct. 8. On June 2, the county lifted its mask mandate along with restrictions on public gatherings and businesses. Masks are no longer required in Milwaukee, and the city dropped its gathering limits on June 15.
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Gatherings of any size are permitted.

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Wyoming ended its statewide mask mandate and all Covid restrictions on March 16. Gov. Mark Gordon banned vaccine passports on May 7.
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Gatherings are limited.

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Indoor private social gatherings are limited to a single household plus one other household to a maximum of 10 vaccine-eligible. Outdoor private social gatherings limited to a maximum of 200 people, with 2 metre physical distancing at all times.
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Gatherings are limited.

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Indoor organized seated gatherings can have a capacity of 50 people or 50% capacity, whichever is greater. Outdoor organized seated gatherings can have a capacity of 5,000 people or 50% capacity, whichever is greater.
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Gatherings are limited to 5 people.

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Effective Tuesday, September 7, the following restrictions will be in place: reducing the maximum number of people allowed at outdoor gatherings from 1500 to 500. The limit includes summer fairs and festivals though they may be allowed to operate above that limit, subject to protocols approved by public health;
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Gatherings are limited to two households.

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Indoor private gatherings will be limited to 20 consistent contacts. There will be no limits on outdoor gatherings, as long as physical distancing is maintained.
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Gatherings are capped at 25 people.

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Gatherings may be 100 people or less.
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Gatherings are limited to 10 people.

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Indoor Events or Get-Togethers: 10 people or less are allowed. Physical distancing of 2 metres, hand washing/sanitizing, and disinfection protocols where required must be in place. Outdoor Events or Get-Togethers: 25 people or less allowed. Physical distancing of 2 metres, hand washing/ sanitizing measures are in place.
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Gatherings of up to 250 people are permitted.

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Festivals, special events and arts and culture events (like performances) - 50% of the venue’s capacity up to 150 people indoors and up to 250 people outdoors. Events in large venues - 50% of the venue’s capacity indoors or outdoors.
Current Meeting Limit

Gatherings are limited to 10 people.

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Subject to specific closures or limitations as ordered by the Chief Public Health Officer, any not-for-profit or for-profit business or organization carrying on business in Nunavut that cannot, due to its physical size, maintain the social distancing requirement set out in clause 2 (b) must limit the number of customers or clients on its premises to no more than ten (10) persons at a time.
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Gatherings are capped at 25 people indoors.

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Indoor organized public events and social gatherings are permitted up to 25 people. Outdoor organized public events and social gatherings are permitted up to 100 people with limited exceptions.
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Gatherings of up to 200 people are permitted.

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Organized gatherings - up to a maximum cohort of 200 people outdoors and 100 people indoors.
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There are gathering restrictions.

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Outdoor public settings are permitted to have maximum 50 people, regardless of the outdoor public space. Physical distancing must be respected. Rented halls or indoor public settings are permitted to maximum 25 people, regardless of the location of the venue or outdoor public space. Physical distancing must be respected and the wearing of face coverings is mandatory.
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Gatherings are limited to 15 people.

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Effective June 20, 2021, in Step Two of Saskatchewan’s Re-Opening Roadmap, capacity limits will increase to 150 from 30 people. Occupancy must be maintained that allows staff and tables of customers to maintain two metres of physical distance.
Current Meeting Limit

Gatherings are limited to 10 people.

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Outdoor social gatherings with up to 100 people are allowed if physical distancing can be maintained. Indoor social gatherings with up to 20 people are allowed if physical distancing can be maintained.

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While the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information.

Source: North Star Meetings Group

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