COVID-19 Restrictions: Effective November 18, 2020

Attending a gathering, ceremony, or celebration is permitted as long as the event complies with the following limits on gatherings.  Gatherings are allowed, but different limits apply depending on the type of gathering, and where it is happening:

Indoor Gatherings
Indoor gatherings for weddings, funerals, or memorial services must be limited to 150 people or 25% of a room's capacity -- whichever number is lower. For services at Evoy Funeral Home, 25% capacity is 25 people.
All attendees at indoor gatherings must wear face coverings and stay six feet apart.  Hand sanitizing stations are available.  Guests that are not immediate family are asked to pay respects as desired, however limit "lingering" in the chapel to allow immediate family to have their time as well.

General indoor gatherings must be limited to 10 people. Indoor gatherings for religious and political activities protected under the First Amendment must be limited to 150 people or 25% of a room's capacity -- whichever number is lower.
Indoor gatherings for entertainment centers where performances are viewed or given, including movie theaters, performing arts centers, and other concert venues, must be limited to 150 people or 25% of a room's capacity -- whichever number is lower.
Legislative and judicial proceedings are not subject to the limits on indoor gatherings.


Outdoor Gatherings
There is no limit for outdoor gatherings for weddings, funerals, memorial services, religious activities, or political activities.  General outdoor gatherings must be limited to 500 people and social distancing must be practiced. Effective November 23rd, general outdoor gatherings must be limited to 150 people.