|Gov. Kay Ivey has amended the current Safer at Home order.|
The following goes into effect Monday, May 11:
- All non-related work gatherings of any size that can maintain a consistent six foot distance are allowed. This previous order limited the number to nine people or less. Guidelines can be found here.
- Restaurants, bars and breweries may open at 50% occupancy rate, six foot distancing between tables and additional sanitation rules and guidelines. Guidelines can be found here.
- Close contact server providers (barber shops, hair salons, tattoo services, etc.) may open subject to social distancing and sanitation rules and guidelines. Guidelines can be found here.
- Gyms and athletic facilities can open with strict social distancing and sanitation rules. Specified athletic actives are still not allowed. Guidelines can be found here.
To review the amended Safer at Home order, click here. This order will be in place through Friday, May 22, at 5 p.m.
Additionally, Alabamians are encouraged to wear face coverings when they leave their home and interact with those that do not live inside their home.
Gov. Ivey hopes to address the state next week regarding the next phase of re-opening Alabama.