> Confirmed COVID-19 cases as of May 27: 45 per 100,000 people — 2nd lowest (total: 644)
> COVID-19 related deaths as of May 27: 1 per 100,000 people — the lowest (total: 17)
> Tests as of May 27: 3,649 per 100,000 people — 17th lowest (total: 51,839)
> Date of first confirmed case: 3/6/2020
> Est. peak date: 3/17/2020 (est. 84 active infections)
> Population: 1,420,491
Stay-at-home and work-at-home orders are in effect until May 31 in Hawaii. People must quarantine themselves for two weeks if traveling between islands or risk fines up to $5,000 and a year in prison — rules that will remain in effect through June 30, 2020.
Some restrictions have been eased, however. Beaches are now open for recreational activities and as long as social distance is maintained. Malls, car washes, nonemergency medical visits, and retailers are now allowed to reopen.
> Confirmed COVID-19 cases as of May 27: 154 per 100,000 people — 7th lowest (total: 2,699)
> COVID-19 related deaths as of May 27: 5 per 100,000 people — 9th lowest (total: 81)
> Tests as of May 27: 2,438 per 100,000 people — the lowest (total: 42,776)
> Date of first confirmed case: 3/13/2020
> Est. peak date: 3/27/2020 (est. 378 active infections)
> Population: 1,754,208
Idaho’s stay-at-home order expired on April 30, and the state is in the midst of a multistage reopening plan. Effective May 30, the state’s Department of Health and Welfare encourages all visitors to self-quarantine for 14 days and discourages residents from attending gatherings of 50 or more people — public or private. The state still encourages face mask use and maintaining 6 feet of distance from others in public. While businesses like gyms, barbershops, and restaurants have been allowed to reopen, night clubs and places like concert and sports venues must remain closed.
> Confirmed COVID-19 cases as of May 27: 897 per 100,000 people — 7th highest (total: 114,306)
> COVID-19 related deaths as of May 27: 40 per 100,000 people — 9th highest (total: 5,083)
> Tests as of May 27: 6,310 per 100,000 people — 10th highest (total: 803,973)
> Date of first confirmed case: 1/24/2020
> Est. peak date: 4/27/2020 (est. 15,777 active infections)
> Population: 12,741,080
Illinois is one of the hardest-hit states by the virus and the state’s shelter-in-place order is in effect at least until May 30. Some restrictions were loosened starting May 1, including resumption of elective surgeries, golfing, and allowing nurseries and garden centers to reopen. Retail stores can offer delivery or pickup services. All state parks, and the concession stands in them, will open by May 29. Fishing and boating will be allowed in groups of no more than 10, up from two. Restaurants can open for outdoor sitting at the end of the month as well. Anyone over the age of 2 must wear a face covering when indoors at a public space or when outdoors at a public place where a 6-foot distance between people cannot be maintained.
> Confirmed COVID-19 cases as of May 27: 485 per 100,000 people — 15th highest (total: 32,437)
> COVID-19 related deaths as of May 27: 28 per 100,000 people — 12th highest (total: 1,871)
> Tests as of May 27: 3,517 per 100,000 people — 15th lowest (total: 235,333)
> Date of first confirmed case: 3/6/2020
> Est. peak date: 4/12/2020 (est. 5,533 active infections)
> Population: 6,691,878
The stay-at-home order expired on May 4. Most of the state began phase 3 of its reopening on May 22, with the three delayed counties — Lake, Marion, and Cass (which are the hardest hit counties) — possibly joining on June 1. Also on June 1, public gatherings can have up to 50 people. Malls and other nonessential retailers as well as restaurants can open at 75% capacity. Restaurants in Indianapolis were allowed to open for outdoor dining on May 29. On May 27, Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Marion County Public Health Department Director Virginia Caine said starting May 29, places of worship can resume indoor service at 50% capacity with social distancing and mandatory face coverings. Retail stores, public libraries, and offices have opened. Some businesses, like dentists, greenhouses, nurseries, and pet groomers, are allowed to reopen with restrictions. Gyms and fitness centers will be allowed to reopen on June 1. Outside, people must maintain a 6-foot distance from others and are encouraged to wear face coverings.
> Confirmed COVID-19 cases as of May 27: 578 per 100,000 people — 11th highest (total: 18,256)
> COVID-19 related deaths as of May 27: 15 per 100,000 people — 20th highest (total: 485)
> Tests as of May 27: 4,409 per 100,000 people — 22nd highest (total: 139,140)
> Date of first confirmed case: 3/8/2020
> Est. peak date: 5/15/2020 (est. 1,834 active infections)
> Population: 3,156,145
The state never issued a statewide stay-at-home order but instituted some restriction on nonessential businesses. Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced that, subject to some restrictions, more businesses may reopen June 1, and sports and outdoor performances may resume. The announcement applies to speedways, racetracks, and amphitheaters. Casinos are also allowed to reopen, as well as amusement parks, bowling alleys, pool halls, and arcades. These venues are allowed to reopen at 50% capacity and maintain social distancing requirements.
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