Rhode Island’s governor, Gina Raimondo, has issued an executive order that all residents must wear a face covering when outside the home. Rhode Island is now in Phase II of the state's reopening plan, which stipulates:
-Social gatherings are limited to 15 people. 
-Domestic travel restrictions are relaxed. A 14-day quarantine remains only for those returning to RI from an area still under stay at home restrictions.
-All state parks and beaches are open with capacity limitations and social distancing restrictions. Parks information - Beach information
-Restaurants are allowed to begin indoor dining at up to 50% capacity and other restrictions.
-Outdoor entertainment and recreation activities (zoo & outdoor areas of historical sites) allowed to resume on a limited basis.


Rhode Islanders have reacted to these unprecedented times with generosity and compassion. From supporting local businesses and restaurants to lending a helping hand to a neighbor in need, we’re seeing now more than ever that we’re truly stronger together. How are you #RhodyResilient?


Rhode Island is 400 miles of New England coastline, dripping with beaches and fresh-from-the-ocean seafood. It's also public art, swanky mansions, old buildings, and flaming rivers. It’s elite schools, local farms, fine dining, and walkable cities. It’s artistic, rebellious and historic and modern, welcoming and diverse. Come experience #VisitRhodeIsland.

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