Restaurants, salons, campgrounds will open soon
Connecticut is inching its way back to normal life, with phase two of the reopening scheduled for June 17.
Businesses that can open on that date if they choose are in the following categories: amusement parks; hotels; restaurants for indoor dining; indoor museums, zoos and aquariums; indoor recreation such as bowling and movie theaters; libraries; outdoor events; personal services such as nail salons and tattoo parlors; and sports and fitness facilities.
Gov. Ned Lamont stressed in the announcement that businesses are not required to open; they may choose to do so.
The state will also open its campgrounds on July 8.
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) said that “campers at DEEP campgrounds with recreational vehicles (RVs) will be able to keep their reservations for dates starting July 1, with reopening for both tent and RV camping on July 8. Anyone with reservations before these dates will receive refunds.
“Campers can begin making new reservations for the season using the online reservation system beginning on June 20.”