Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Tuesday that she is lifting restrictions that limit gatherings to 10 people, effective Monday.
"This means extended families and friends can gather together but that privilege comes with responsibility of ensuring you're doing the right thing to protect your health and the health of people you care about," Reynolds said at her daily briefing.
Reynolds said her proclamation extends to youth and adult sports as well.
She also announced many large scale venues can also reopen June 1 –– including speedways, racetracks, outdoor performance venues, amphitheaters, grandstands, casinos, amusement parks, bowling alleys, pool halls and arcades.
The governor emphasized these venues may only reopen at 50% capacity and people "also must follow social distancing hygiene and public health measures," Reynolds said.