Tennessee, Mississippi and Montana are set to lift some coronavirus lockdown restrictions Monday, with certain businesses that can practice social distancing allowed to welcome customers again.
Tennessee: “Tennesse’s Gov. Bill Lee gave eateries and shops in the majority of counties the green light to conduct business again this week with reduced service and more strict hygiene practices to prevent coronavirus”
Mississippi: ” in Mississippi, Gov. Tate Reeves has announced that a “safer at home” order will go into effect 8 a.m. Monday that will allow most retailers to reopen at 50% capacity”
Montana: “Montana’s Gov. Steve Bullock also has begun to allow businesses to gradually reopen, with retailers getting the OK to start on Monday.”