In Phase Two (starting June 1) all social, civic and faith-based gatherings may become operational. If you cannot maintain at least six feet of space between individuals, group size is limited to 50 people under Phase Two. You should strive to maintain at least six feet of distance between individuals regardless of group size.
Per the Health Officer’s May 28 order, if more than 50 people will be present at events and gatherings such as, but not limited to, fairs, festivals, craft fairs, vendor events, concerts, sporting events, and races, organizers must follow the requirements of Appendix A of the Health Officer’s May 28 order regarding COVID-19 Event Plans. This does not apply to worship services, but it does apply to faith-based, social and civic events and gatherings (such as community dinners).
Governor Bullock's Social Distancing Directive
Per Governor Bullock's Directive for Phase One of the Reopening, PLACES OF WORSHIP can become operational on or after April 26, 2020 with reduced capacity and where strict physical distancing protocols can be maintained between non household members. Avoid gathering in groups of more than 10 people in circumstances that do not readily allow for
appropriate physical distancing.
Other places of assembly shall remain closed.
Per the Health Officer’s May 8 order, events and gatherings such as, but not limited to, fairs, festivals, craft fairs, vendor events, concerts, sporting events, and races shall be limited to 50 people with six-foot physical distance between participants. The 50-person limit does not apply to worship services, but it does apply to faith-based and civic organization events and gatherings (such as community dinners). (As per the Governor's Directive, groups are limited to 10 people if six-foot distance cannot be maintained. )
Guidance from CDC
Interim Guidance for Administrators and Leaders of Community- and Faith-Based Organizations to Plan, Prepare, and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)