INDIANAPOLIS — Further easing of Indiana’s coronavirus restrictions will occur Friday for most of the state as the governor announced Wednesday that he would move that step up by two days for the Memorial Day weekend.

A new state order will allow social gatherings of up to 100 people and retail stores and malls to operate at 75 percent capacity, Gov. Eric Holcomb said. Gatherings have been limited to 25 people and stores to 50 percent capacity under the state’s first easing of restrictions that took effect May 4.

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