Additional sectors of economy OK’d for reopening

Miniature golf, batting cages and bowling alleys were allowed to resume operations May 26 if they can meet required safety protocols. (Metro News Service photo)

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Miniature golf, batting cages and bowling alleys were allowed to resume operations May 26 if they can meet required safety protocols. (Metro News Service photo)

Several new sector opening dates in Ohio were announced May 21 by Lt. Gov. Jon Husted.

Miniature golf, batting cages and bowling alleys were allowed to resume operations May 26 if they can meet required safety protocols.

Skills training for all sports, including contact sports, were allowed to resume May 26 if required safety protocols can be met. Tournaments, games and competitions for contact sports are still prohibited.

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Beginning June 1, catering and banquet centers may reopen if they can meet required safety protocols. Protocols include 6 feet between tables, no congregating and a crowd size of no more than 300 people.

Full guidelines to ensure that these sectors operate in the safest manner possible are/will be available at www.coronavirus.ohio.gov.

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