Recovery: Arts and Culture

Arts and Culture

**To help slow the spread of  COVID-19, indoor areas of museums, zoos and aquariums are closed, effective July 1 until further notice.**

June 12, 2020

Museums, galleries, zoos and aquariums

  • Interactive exhibits will be closed.
  • Capacity will be limited.
  • Tours and live presentations in confined areas, such as an animal show, must only include members of the same household.

Professional sports without live audiences

  • All staff will be required to wear masks, follow physical distancing guidelines and be screened for symptoms before work.
  • Athletes and staff must not have had signs or symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 14 days or close contact with anyone who is sick within 14 days of beginning group training.
  • Athletes must wear face coverings at all times other than while exercising.
  • Physical distancing should be practiced to the extent possible on the field/in-game play and in training, though guidelines may be adjusted subject to limitations of competition and the fundamentals of certain sports.
  • Broadcasters will have to practice physical distancing and camera placements will be different than pre-COVID-19.
May 26, 2020
  • Drive-in movie theaters may resume operations
  • Outdoor Museums, Open Air Galleries, Botanical
    Gardens, and other Outdoor Exhibition Space

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