Sand Springs has enacted business restrictions to deal with COVID-19.
The action follows an emergency declaration and request for voluntary closings and limits on patrons by Mayor James Spoon.
Restaurants and bars with dining rooms are now limited to takeout and delivery, and gyms and entertainment venues are closed.
Spas, barber shops and tattoo parlors can stay open by appointment only.
The restrictions are in place until May 11, but the city can lift them before then.
The city had already taken steps like closing the Case Community Center and the Sand Springs Cultural and Historical Museum, and canceling the annual Herbal Affair and Festival.