COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted announced today that Ohio's bowling alleys, miniature golf courses and batting cages will be allowed to open next Tuesday, May 26.

May 26 is also when gyms and fitness centers will be able to open across the state. 

In order to open, each facility must meet strict health and safety guidelines laid out by the state, including social distancing, daily symptom checks and minimizing common areas.

You can view the full list of guidelines for baseball, softball and batting cages here.

Guidelines for golf and miniature golf courses can be found here.

Bowling alley guidelines have yet to be released, though Lt. Gov. Husted says he expects those to be available by tomorrow, May 22, on the Responsible Restart Ohio page.

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