Jun 11, 2020 — Indianapolis will move to its next reopening phase on June 19. Here's what to know.

Original article from indystar.com

Indianapolis and Marion County will enter Stage 4 of reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic on June 19, a week later than most of the rest of the state.

The new stage will bring more entertainment back to Indiana's largest city, reopening venues like movie theaters and bowling alleys for the first time — albeit at 50% capacity.

Restaurants, which were allowed to seat diners inside for the first time on June 1, will be allowed to operate at 75% capacity. Bar seating at those restaurants may reopen at 50% capacity. 

The Thursday afternoon announcement from Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Marion County Public Health Department Director Dr. Virginia Caine came a day after state officials announced most of Indiana will move to Stage 4 on Friday, two days earlier than pla...

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