Coronavirus in CT: What Connecticut Businesses Can Reopen on May 20?

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A number of Connecticut businesses and locations will be able to reopen on May 20 under the first phase of the state's reopening plan if a number of metrics, like a continued decline in COVID-19 hospitalizations, are met, Governor Ned Lamont said Thursday.

The governor said his Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group has suggested the following for a phase one reopening on May 20:

  • Restaurants (outdoor only - no bar areas)
  • Remaining retail
  • Offices (continue work from home where possible)
  • Personal services (hair & nail only)
  • Museums, Zoos (outdoor only)
  • Additional outdoor recreation (e.g., camping, mountain biking)
  • University research programs

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