Governor Eric Holcomb has signed an executive order extending the requirements for restaurants, bars and nightclubs to stay closed to dine-in patrons. The businesses will still be allowed to provide take-out and delivery services while the order is in place, now through April 6.
Holcomb’s office says the state and local boards of health, as well as the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission have been directed to take “all available and administrative actions” against the businesses that continue to offer in-house dining in violate of the order.
The governor first made the order for restaurants, bars and nightclubs, along with several other actions, on March 16.
Holcomb also signed an executive order Tuesday to permit electronic notary services, allowing documents to be reviewed and approved remotely.
You can view the governor’s full press conference from Tuesday below: