INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WEHT/WXIN) — In addition to his order for Hoosiers to stay at home, Governor Eric Holcomb issued three other executive orders Monday. To read the full stay at home order, click here.
- Executive Order 20-09: Continuity of state operations
- From March 23 at 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. April 7, access to all state government government buildings, offices and facilities will be restricted to members of the public needing to conduct services essential to public health and safety that cannot be done electronically, by phone or delayed notwithstanding Indiana code
- Executive Order 20-10: Enforcement Directive Regarding Prohibition of In-Person Dining
- Directs that state and local boards of health and the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission (ATC) take all available administrative and enforcement actions against establishments that continue to offer in-house dining services, in violation of the governor’s executive order of March 16.
- Health departments will deliver letters ordering restaurants that continue to provide in-person dining to cease such operations. If they do not comply, fines will be levied.
- For restaurants with alcohol permits that continue to offer in-person dining, the ATC will issue an order in writing for the establishment to cease such operations. If the activity continues, the ATC will suspend the entity’s liquor license and will consider the non-compliance at the time of permit renewal.
- Executive order 20-11: Provisions for carryout consumption of alcohol.
- Relaxes the sale of carryout alcoholic beverages for dining establishments. This includes establishments that allow for on-premises consumption only and those that are permitted carryout permits dependent on a percentage of on-premises sales.
(This story was originally published on March 23, 2020)