Previously, we shared useful back to business resources for states 1-25.  Let’s dive into the rest of the states!

Look below to find your state:

26. Montana.

Montana’s “Reopening the Big Sky” plan consists of three general phases that are outlined here.

For more Montana state resources, see the below links:

27. Nebraska.

Nebraska implemented a four-phase plan for reopening. Learn more about these phases here. Nebraska also has industry-specific guidance here.

For more Nebraska state resources, see the below links:

28. Nevada.

Nevada’s “Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery” has four phases, with unique names:

  1. Phase 1: Battle Born Beginning
  2. Phase 2: Silver State Stabilization
  3. Phase 3: On the Road to Home Means Nevada
  4. Phase 4: Home Means Nevada – Our New Normal

Learn more about these phases here.

For more Nevada state resources, see the below links:

29. New Hampshire.

New Hampshire’s Safer at Home plan provides guidance for reopening. View the “Safer at Home” universal guidelines here. View industry-specific guidelines here.  

For more New Hampshire state resources, see the below links:

30. New Jersey.

New Jersey’s reopening plan takes a multi-stage approach called “The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health through Public Health.” There are three stages outlined before the state can reach its “new normal.” Learn more about New Jersey’s plan here.

For more New Jersey state resources, see the below links:

31. New Mexico.

New Mexico’s reopening plan, “All Together New Mexico,” is a phased reopening plan, outlined here. You can also find more information here.

For more New Mexico state resources, see the below links:

32. New York.

New York’s reopening plan, “New York Forward,” consists of four phases outlined here. This link shows what phase each region is in. For additional statewide guidance, click here.

For more New York state resources, see the below links:

33. North Carolina.

North Carolina’s “Staying Ahead of the Curve” plan to reopening is a three-phased approach. Only phases one and two are posted on the site here.

For more North Carolina state resources, see the below links:

34. North Dakota.

North Dakota’s “Smart Restart” plan for a healthy recovery is a general phased approach. Learn more about this plan here.

For more North Dakota state resources, see the below links:

35. Ohio.

Ohio’s “Responsible Restart” plan doesn’t have any specific phases published, however, you can find helpful, sector-specific guidance here. More guidance can also be found here.

For more Ohio state resources, see the below links:

36. Oklahoma.

Oklahoma implemented a general three-phase plan called, “Open Up & Recover Safely (OURS).” Learn more about this plan, including industry-specific guidance and summaries of each phase, here.

For more Oklahoma state resources, see the below links:

37. Oregon.

Oregon has a three-phased approach to reopening. Learn more, including counties currently in each phase, here.

For more Oregon state resources, see the below links:

38. Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania is using a three-phased approach: Red phase, yellow phase, and green phase. Learn more about this here.

For more Pennsylvania state resources, see the below links:

39. Rhode Island.

Rhode Island’s “Reopening RI” has three main phases with unique names:

  1. Phase 1: Testing the water.
  2. Phase 2: Navigating our way.
  3. Phase 3: Picking up speed.

Click here to learn more about Rhode Island’s creative approach to reopening!

For more Rhode Island state resources, see the below links:

40. South Carolina.

South Carolina initiated “accelerateSC,” a website with resources to help residents connect with important guidance during these changing times. Click here to learn more about the state’s plan and reopening guidance.

For more South Carolina state resources, see the below links:

41. South Dakota.

South Dakota’s “605 Strong: The Road to Recovery Plan” is outlined here.

For more South Dakota state resources, see the below links:

42. Tennessee.

The “Tennessee Pledge: Reopening Tennessee Responsibly” plan includes specific recommendations that assist businesses to reopen responsibly. Learn more about this pledge here.

For more Tennessee state resources, see the below links:

43. Texas.

Texas’ “Texans Helping Texans” plan is a general three-phased approach to reopening, which is outlined here.

For more Texas state resources, see the below links:

44. Utah.

Utah’s reopening plan, “Utah Leads Together,” is a phase-in approach based on risk level. The final phase is the new normal. See the below links for more information:

  1. Utah’s Low-Risk Phase
  2. Utah’s New Normal Risk Phase

Learn more about “Utah Leads Together” here.

For more Utah state resources, see the below links:

45. Vermont.

Vermont does not have any specific phases outlined, however, general reopening guidance is published here.

For more Vermont state resources, see the below links:

46. Virginia.

Virginia’s “Forward Virginia” plan consists of three general phases. You can find guidelines for each phase here.

For more Virginia state resources, see the below links:

47. Washington.

Washington’s “Safe Start” phased reopening plan consists of four general phases. You can find a detailed outline of this plan here. You can also find more information here.

For more Washington state resources, see the below links:

48. West Virginia.

West Virginia’s “West Virginia Strong – The Comeback” plan provides industry specific reopening guidance here.

For more West Virginia state resources, see the below links:

49. Wisconsin.

Wisconsin’s “Badger Bounce Back” plan consists of three general phases. An overview of these three phases can be found here.

For more Wisconsin state resources, see the below links:

50. Wyoming.

Wyoming does not follow a phased-in approach, however, they provide guidance here.

For more Wyoming state resources, see the below links:

We hope these resources help you get back to business. Not seeing your state? Check out our previous blog of resources for Alabama through Missouri.

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