The current Marion County Public Health Order states that Marion County mandates certain restrictions:
Governor Eric Holcomb rolled out the #BackOnTrack plan to methodically open Indiana businesses. The plan provides detailed timelines for everything from restaurants and museums to churches and event spaces outside of Lake, Cass, and Marion (home to Indianapolis) counties.
Note: Older adults and people with underlying chronic medical conditions are at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19
The health and safety of visitors to Indianapolis is Visit Indy’s top priority. Visit Indy is committed to providing travelers with up-to-date information about traveling to the city. Visit Indy recommends travelers follow the latest information from the CDC, noting its protective tips (above) and higher risks for older individuals and those with preexisting health conditions.
Visit Indy is working daily in coordination with industry partners including the U.S. Travel Association, Destinations International, the Indiana Restaurant & Lodging Association, and state and local officials in line with guidance from the CDC to communicate current information and best practices.
Restaurants are currently open at 75% dining capacity, in accordance with the City of Indianapolis.
Movie theaters, bars, bowling alleys, live-performance venues and other cultural attractions are open at 50% capacity.
Most major attractions are now open at 25% capacity beginninng November 15.
As the situation evolves, The Indiana Restaurant & Hotel Lodging Association (InRLA) will be in constant conversation with relevant government agencies, lodging and hospitality partners, and the National Restaurant Association to ensure the organization and the local dining community have the most up-to-date information.
The InRLA has assembled a list of Indiana restaurants offering take-out/carry out meals. We encourage you to continue patronizing these local businesses during this crisis. If you are a restaurant wanting to be added to this list, click here.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority is working to ensure the health and well-being of the public using its facilities and its employees during this ever-evolving health situation. They continue to stay in close contact with partners from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state Department of Health, and local public health officials to follow their recommendations. Several dine-in restaurants at IND have closed or are only offering carry out service. Read more from the Indianapolis Airport Authority.
Regional hotels are implementing proactive strategies, following CDC guidelines, and monitoring the information from local government agencies as they manage this issue with the wellbeing of hotel guests being of paramount concern.
The Indiana Convention Center is open and safely welcoming groups with strict social distancing guidelines, face masks requirements, and comprehensive sanitation procedures. You can learn more about the Indiana Convention Center reopening plan here.