Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced new coronavirus mitigation efforts Monday to “fight the virus” in her first primetime, statewide address Monday night.

The governor is instituting a new emergency health proclamation taking effect at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday and lasting through Dec. 10. The proclamation includes an indoor mask mandate, with some exceptions, along with a ban on some indoor and outdoor gatherings and expanded limitations on bars and restaurants.

Beginning Tuesday, all people two years of age or older must wear a mask or face covering when inside an indoor space that is open to the public and within 6 feet of individuals who are not members of their household for 15 minutes. The order exempts people for medical conditions, people working alone or where social distancing can be maintained, people consuming food or drink in a restaurant setting or bar table, people giving a performance or participating in a religious service.

“The proclamation requires that when people are in an indoor public space, and unable to social distance for 15 minutes or longer, masks are required to be worn. The same requirements apply to visitors and employees inside State buildings. Additional mask requirements are imposed for certain specific establishments and gatherings,” according to a news release from the Governor’s office.

The proclamation also prohibits indoor gatherings of more than 15 people. This includes wedding and funeral receptions and family gatherings unless all members of the gathering live in the same household.

Outdoor gatherings of more than 30 people are prohibited, with some exceptions.

Other than high school, collegiate or professional sporting or recreational gatherings, all sporting or recreational gatherings of any size are prohibited, with some exemptions. Organized youth and adult sports activities of any size are suspended. This includes basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, swimming, dance, and group fitness classes at gyms.

While high school sports and extracurricular activities are not prohibited, spectators at games or events are limited to two per student. Those spectators are required to wear a mask.

Restaurants, bars, bowling alleys, arcades, pool halls, bingo halls, and indoor playgrounds are required to close at 10 p.m. and cannot host private gatherings of more than 15 people. Masks must be worn by staff who have direct contact with customers, and customers must wear masks when they are not seated at their table to eat or drink. The proclamation also requires masks inside casinos.

Citing the need for the action to avoid overtaxing Iowa hospitals and medical professionals, Gov. Reynolds said the proclamation goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday and lasts through Dec. 10.