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SEMA Compiles State Closure Directory

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May 1, 2020—Many states have taken the first steps toward loosening restrictions and reopening their economies. SEMA has compiled a state-by-state directory of closures and openings, including businesses and workers deemed essential during COVID-19, according to a SEMA press release.

One example is Texas, which is having retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters and malls reopen May 1 at 25 percent capacity.

The SEMA website also includes best practices for reopening published by government and industry. Businesses are encouraged to consult state and local law when deciding to reopen.

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