Gov. Holcomb easing non-essential businesses opening, but with restrictions

The governor has allowed non-essential businesses to partially reopen in Indiana as social distancing measures are still in place to protect Hoosiers from coronavirus. Though the governor is loosening restrictions on non-essential businesses, you can still face jail time if you are violating the governor’s order. Companies caught allowing people inside that they shouldn’t will get a verbal warning first, but after that you could lose your license to operate in Indiana. If you’re still not following the rules after that — you could get a 180 days in jail.