Gov. Mike Parson has reopened Missouri, but some state buildings will remain closed to the public to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Parson said in a Tuesday Twitter post that Missouri moved into “phase 2” of his recovery plan after the state’s social distancing order expired on Monday.
The Governor’s Mansion and the state Capitol are still not allowing tours as of Tuesday. The Governor Office Building, which houses some state offices, was closed to the public on Tuesday, according to signs posted at the building’s entrances.