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These are the minimum health protocols set up by Gov. Abbott for businesses, groups reopening Friday

Shannon Hambrick wipes down counters at the post-coronavirus opened Cheeseburger Bobby's restaurant in Martinez, Ga., Monday, April 27, 2020. (Michael Holahan/The Augusta Chronicle via AP)
Shannon Hambrick wipes down counters at the post-coronavirus opened Cheeseburger Bobby's restaurant in Martinez, Ga., Monday, April 27, 2020. (Michael Holahan/The Augusta Chronicle via AP) (Michael Holahan © 2020 The Augusta Chroinicle)

HOUSTON – Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday that starting Friday, some businesses and groups can start reopening provided they follow strict guidelines.

The guidelines include limited occupancy, restricted access, and social distancing and hygiene guidelines.

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Here are the protocols established by state officials that these businesses and groups will need to abide by starting May 1, during Phase 1 of the reopening of the state:

Individual protocol

Employers’ protocol

Retailers’ protocol

Retail customers’ protocol

Restaurants’ protocol

Restaurant customers’ protocol

Movie theater protocol

Movie theater customers’ protocol

Museum and library protocol

Museum and library visitors’ protocol

Outdoor sports protocol

Church/ Places of worship protocol

Single-person office protocol

Minimum health standards for counties with up to five confirmed coronavirus cases