Starting today (Wednesday), dine-in restaurants and other venues can reopen in Minnesota at limited capacity. But the state warns there are still some key concerns, with the pandemic showing no signs of ending soon. The latest phase of Minnesota’s reopening comes amid some positive signs within the state’s COVID-19 data, including a dip in I-C-U cases.

Health officials say they’re also concerned that Minnesota’s death toll includes some otherwise healthy young adults. They say that’s why it’s important for people to remain vigilant as they enter businesses that have reopened. They remind customers to keep practicing social distancing and wear a mask.