Dubois Co. issues COVID-19 restrictions

Dubois Co. issues COVID-19 restrictions

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - Dubois County issued its own list of new restrictions that has some differences from the Governor’s list for Indiana.

This list is as follows:

  • Social gatherings of any kind, inside or outside, are limited to 50 people. At this time the Dubois County Health Department will not be granting approval for any gatherings over 50 people.
  • Attendance at winter indoor K-12 extracurricular and co-curricular activities, including IHSAA sports, is limited to participants, support personnel and parents/guardians only.
  • Community recreational sports leagues and tournaments may continue with participants, required personnel and parents/guardians only.
  • Capacity in common areas and break rooms should be reduced.
  • Senior care activities are suspended.
  • Hospitals, long-term care facilities and other congregate settings should impose visitation limits, if not already in place.
  • Businesses must post signs at public and employee entrances stating that face coverings are required, and only people wearing face coverings be allowed inside. Please avoid altercations. If customers become unruly notify the local police.
  • All customers (other than household contacts) in restaurants, bars and nightclubs must be spaced 6 feet apart and sitting while being served.
  • The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the Alcohol & Tobacco Commission will join local governments to check businesses for occupancy, physical distancing and face covering requirements.
  • The Dubois County Health Department urges that anyone who observes non-compliance by a business to notify our department. We will contact the business to encourage their compliance. If unsuccessful we will notify the Indiana Department of Homeland Security or the Alcohol & Tobacco Commission.

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