Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday unveiled the state’s plan for a gradual reopening, with the first phase beginning now.
Retail can now operate with curbside pickup and places of worship can reopen with a 40% occupancy limit.
Next Monday, May 25 — Memorial Day — hair salons and barber shops can open for appointment-only service.
Beaches can also reopen then, as well as parks, drive-in theaters and some athletic fields and courts.
Offices can reopen with a 25% maximum occupancy, though working from home is still strongly encouraged.
In Boston, the office opening is delayed until June 1.