Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon on Wednesday announced a loosening of some state restrictions regarding the coronavirus.

Among other things, the governor announced that as of Friday, restaurants and bars will be allowed to have some sit-down customer seating as long as social distancing guidelines and other safeguards are followed.

The governor also said gym locker rooms could open and increased the limit on crowds in Wyoming  from 10 people to 25.

But Governor Gordon also cautioned Wyoming residents to be aware that the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over and said people need to remain vigilant in terms of preventing the spread of the disease.

You can see the governor's entire presentation in the above video.

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