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COVID-19 and US response: A state-by-state overview

Publication March 2020

Alabama  Florida  Kansas  Mississippi  New York  Rhode Island  Washington 
Alaska  Georgia  Kentucky  Missouri  North Carolina  South Carolina  Washington, DC 
Arizona  Guam  Louisiana  Montana  North Dakota  South Dakota  West Virginia 
Arkansas  Hawaii  Maine  Nebraska  Ohio  Tennessee  Wisconsin 
California  Idaho  Maryland  Nevada  Oklahoma  Texas  Wyoming 
Colorado  Illinois  Massachusetts  New Hamsphire  Oregon  Utah   
Connecticut  Indiana  Michigan  New Jersey  Pennsylvania  Vermont   
Delaware  Iowa  Minnesota  New Mexico  Puerto Rico  Virginia   
               

Alabama

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Retail businesses must limit patronage at any one time to 50 percent of the normally allowable capacity.
  • Closure of restaurants, bars and breweries except for takeout/delivery.
  • Ban on gatherings of 25 persons or more.
  • Ban on gatherings of any size if six-foot distance cannot be maintained.
  • Ban of any elective dental or medical procedure.

Birmingham:

  • Shelter in place order issued.
 

Alaska

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • All persons mandated to remain at their place of residence and practice social distancing unless engaged in essential health services, public government services, and essential business activities. 
  • Closure of all non-essential businesses. 
  • All persons who enter Alaska must self-quarantine for 14 days.
  • Closure of personal care businesses that cannot maintain 6 foot distance between persons (includes hair salons, day spa and esthetics locations, nail salons, barber shops, and tattoo, body piercing, massage therapy, and tanning facilities).
  • Ban on gatherings of 10 persons or more.

Anchorage:

  • Hunker Down order issued.
  • Closure of all businesses not deemed “critical.”

                                                                      

Arizona

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • Prohibition of public gatherings unless conducting or participating in essential functions or activities. 
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 50 people.
  • Closure of bars, movie theaters and fitness centers.
  • Ban on dine-in services at restaurants and bars.
 

                                                                      

Arkansas

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
 

                                         

California

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • As of March 20, statewide Stay at Home order in place.
  • All businesses to stop operations except to provide public safety, healthcare, and other essential services (gas stations, pharmacies, banks, grocery, laundromat, restaurant take-out/delivery).
  • Essential businesses to practice six-foot space between employees and customers.
  • Any local ordinance is suspended to the extent it restricts, delays, or otherwise inhibits the delivery of food products, pharmaceuticals, and other emergency necessities distributed through grocery stores and other retail or institutional channels, including, but not limited to, hospitals, jails, restaurants, and schools. 

Extended Shelter in Place orders

  • Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Sonoma, and Santa Clara counties, and the cities of San Francisco and Berkeley, issued extended Shelter in Place orders, effective through May 3, 2020.
  • The revised orders narrow the scope of “Essential Business” and require closure of all public aspects of non-essential businesses (remote work is expressly permitted).
  • Essential businesses must prepare, post, and implement a “Social Distancing Protocol.”

 Shelter in Place orders:

  • The counties of Los Angeles, Monterey, Sacramento, San Benito, Santa Cruz Sonoma, Ventura (elderly only); and the city of Palm Springs
  • Shelter–in-place order for 3 weeks (Los Angeles until March 31). 
  • “Necessary” government offices and “essential stores” remain open (essential stores include: healthcare, grocery, pharmacy, shelter, gas stations, garbage collection, hardware, banks).

 Ban on gatherings:

  • Orange and San Bernardino counties: Complete ban.
  • Los Angeles and San Diego counties: No more than 50 people.
  • Riverside County: No more than 10 people.

Beverly Hills:

  • Closure of “non-essential” stores. Essential stores are: grocery stores, food banks, banks, drug stores, car rentals, convenience stores, pharmacies, gas stations, car mechanics, pet supply stores, laundromats, hardware 

Santa Clara County

Colorado

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Closure of all businesses other than those qualified as “Critical Businesses,” except as necessary to engage in minimum basic operations needed to protect assets and maintain personnel functions.
  • Closure of fitness centers, casinos, theaters; ban on restaurant and bar dine-in.
  • Closure of ski resorts.
  • Prohibition on gatherings of more than 10 people.

Denver and San Miguel County:

  • Shelter in Place order. 
  • Several counties have banned gatherings of more than 50 people.

 

Connecticut

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • As of March 23, statewide Stay at Home order in place.
  • All “non-essential” businesses to stop in-person operations.
  • Non-essential retailers are permitted to be onsite: 1) to offer and fulfill remote ordering and delivery or curb-side pick-up; 2) provide security, maintenance, and receipt of mail and packages, or other services deemed essential in implementing guidance issued by the Department of Economic and Community Development.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 50 people.
  • Fitness centers, theaters to close; restaurants limited to take out/delivery.
  • Closure of malls, bowling alleys, and other places of public amusement. 

 

Delaware

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Shelter in Place order.
  • Closure of physical locations of non-essential businesses.
  • Closure of restaurants, except for takeout/delivery. 

 

Florida

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order announced.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 250 people.
  • Closure of bars and nightclubs.
  • All restaurants closed for dining-in, only open for takeout/delivery.
  • Closure of all gyms and fitness centers.
  •  All medically unnecessary, non-urgent or non-emergency procedures delayed. 

Broward and Palm Beach counties

  • Closure of all movie theatres, concert houses, auditoriums, playhouses, bowling alleys, arcades, gymnasiums, fitness studios and beaches.

    Orlando

  • Restaurants and bars banned from selling alcoholic beverages on premises.

Alachua, Broward, Hillsborough, Leon, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Orange,  Osceola, Pinellas, Palm Beach counties

  • Stay at Home order issued.  

Georgia

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Closure of bars and nightclubs.
  • All restaurants closed for dine-in, only open for takeout/delivery. 

Atlanta, Blakely, Carrollton, Savannah

  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Bars, gyms and movie theaters closed.
  • Restaurants operate at 50 percent capacity.

Athens-Clarke, Dougherty, Carroll, Clarke, Cobb, Dekalb, and Gwinnett counties

  • Shelter in Place order issued. 

 Camden County

  • Mandatory curfew from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.   
 

Guam

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • Closure of non-essential businesses and prohibition of public gatherings. 
  • Ban on gatherings of 50 or more people.
  • Businesses should operate at no greater than 50 percent capacity and no greater than 50 percent seating.

 

Hawaii

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • Closure of all bars and clubs; restaurants take out or delivery only.
  • Limit social gatherings to no more than 10 people.
  • Closure of theaters, entertainment centers and visitor attractions.. 

Honolulu:

  • Restaurants closed except for delivery/takeout.

Oahu and Maui:

  • Stay at Home orders issued. 

Idaho

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Closure of all non-essential businesses including bars, nightclubs, gyms, and recreational facilities. 
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10  people. 
  • Bars and restaurants closed to dine-in.

Blaine County:

  • Shelter in Place order.

Illinois

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued as of March 20.
  • Closure of all “non-essential” businesses; remote work permitted.
  • “Essential” businesses must adopt mitigation measures.
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants

 

Indiana

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 50 people.
  • Closure of bars, nightclubs and restaurants, except for takeout/delivery. 

Iowa

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Ban on dine-in restaurant and bar patronage.
  • Closure of fitness centers, theaters, casinos, senior citizen centers, and adult day care facilities. 
  • Closure of book stores, clothing and shoe stores, jewelry stores, luggage stores, cosmetic, perfume and beauty supply stores, furniture stores, florists, and home furnishing stores. 
  • Ordered healthcare insurance companies to reimburse telehealth visits at the same rate of in person visits. 
  • All elective non-essential surgical and dental procedures halted.

 

Kansas

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home Order issued.
  • All residents to stay home unless performing an essential activity.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.

Doniphan, Douglas, Johnson, Leavenworth, Miami, Sedgwick, Sumner, and Wyandotte counties:

  • Stay at Home ordered issued. 

Kentucky

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Closure of all in-person retail businesses that are not life-sustaining.
  • Ban of dine-in restaurant and bar patronage.
  • Closure of all public-facing businesses that by their nature cannot comply with CDC guidelines concerning social distancing (e.g., entertainment and recreational facilities, gyms, hair salons, spas, concert venues, theaters, etc.). 
  • All mass gatherings prohibited (e.g. community, civic, public, leisure, faith-based or sporting events; parades, concerts; festivals; conventions; and fundraisers).  

 

Louisiana

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 50 people.
  • Ban on casinos and bars, gyms,
    restaurant dine-in, and movie theaters.
  • Stay at Home order issued. 

New Orleans:

  • Ban on bars, health clubs, malls, live performance venues, reception facilities and dine-in restaurants.

Maine

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Closure of all public-facing non-essential businesses.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Ban on dine-in restaurants and bars.  

Portland

  • Stay at Home order issued.

Maryland

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • Closure of all non-essential businesses.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Closure of all schools, dine-in restaurants, movie theaters, bars, gyms, recreational establishments, and enclosed malls (e.g. retail establishments only accessible from enclosed interior areas). 

 

Massachusetts

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home advisory issued.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants and bars.
  • Closure of all businesses and organizations that do not provide essential services. 

 

Michigan

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 50 people.
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants, movie
    theaters, gyms, bars, and casinos.
     

 

Minnesota

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Advisement against gatherings of more than 250 people.
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants, bars, theaters, gyms, amusement parks, or any similar recreational/entertainment facilities. 

 

Mississippi

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Ban on non-essential gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Closure of restaurant and bar dine-in service.
  • Requirement that businesses allow all employees to work remotely, if possible.
  • Closure of casinos.
  • Governor deferred business closures and restrictions to local leaders. 

Horn Lake, Laurel, Meridian, Pontotoc, Fulton, Clarksdale, Southaven, Olive Branch, Oxford, Vicksburg, Tupelo, Jackson, Hattiesburg cities:

  • Variations on curfews, Shelter in Place orders.
  • Restaurants limited to drive-through, delivery, take-out, or curbside.
  • Closure or limitations on non-essential businesses, including personal care and leisure services, entertainment venues. 
 

Missouri

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Closure of casinos.
  • Ban on  gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Restaurants permitted to sell unprepared foods to public.  

Nodaway County:

  • Ban on gatherings of 10 people or more.
  • Restaurants and bars limited to drive-through, delivery, take-out, or curbside.

City of Belton, City of Columbia, Springfield City, Kansas City, North Kansas City, St. Joseph, St. Louis:

  • Stay at Home orders issued.

Boone, Cass, Clay, Cole, Greene, Jackson, Jefferson, Randolph, Ray, St. Louis, Franklin, Platte, Wyandotte, Johnson, and Jackson, and Leavenworth counties:

  • Stay at Home orders issued.

City of Independence:

  • Closure of bars and barbers/salons.
  • Restaurants limited to curbside pickup or deliveries.

St. Charles County:

  • Sit-down dining and bars temporarily closed.

 

 

Montana

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • As of March 21, statewide closure of all dine-in food services, bars, coffee shops, gyms/health clubs, theatres, casinos, and other recreational businesses.
  • Strongly urge limit of gatherings of 50 people or more.

Yellowstone, Butte-Silver Bow, Missoula, Gallatin County:

  • Closure of bars, wineries, pubs, and casinos. 

Nebraska

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Businesses: No gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • All others: Recommend against gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Length and weight regulations for commercial motor vehicles/carriers in business of transporting food, supplies and emergency response equipment are suspended.
  • Certain restrictions on liquor sales waived and permitting liquor take-out options. 

Lincoln:

  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 patrons, customers, or invitees.
  • Restaurants and bars limited to drive-through, delivery, take-out, or curbside.

Douglas, Cass, Sarpy, and Washington Counties:

  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 patrons, customers, or invitees at gyms, stadiums, etc.
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants and bars. 

Nevada

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • As of March 21, closure of all non-essential businesses that:
    • Promote recreational social gathering activities including, but not
      limited to, recreation centers, clubhouses, nightclubs, movie theaters, massage parlors, adult entertainment establishments, brothels, and live entertainment venues;
    • Promote extended periods of public interaction, including gyms and fitness studios, beauty shops, barber shops, nail salons, tanning
      salons, and wax salons.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants.
  • Essential businesses must adopt risk mitigation measures.
    • Healthcare providers, veterinary services,
      grocery stores, pharmacies, financial institutions, hardware stores, convenience stores, security services, and gas stations.
  • Closure of in-person cannabis dispensaries.
  • CISA Critical Infrastructure businesses, construction, mining, manufacturing, and infrastructure sector labor force must adopt mitigation measures.
  • Any business category not addressed may remain operational if it can perform services without public contact and implement mitigation measures for employees.

 

New Hampshire

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Issued Stay at Home Order.
  • Ban of gatherings of more than 50 people.
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants and bars.
  • Authorization for take-out or delivery of beer or wine.
  • Requires all sellers of groceries to use single-use paper or plastic bags. 

 

New Jersey

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Prohibition on social gatherings.
  • Closure of brick-and-mortar premises of non-essential retail businesses.
  • Essential retail businesses may remain open, but should shift to pick up and delivery.
  • All businesses must accommodate remote work to extent practicable.
  • Closure of all dine-in restaurants and bars; delivery, takeout, and drive-through permitted.
  • Closure of all recreational and entertainment businesses.
  • State order expressly preempts all inconsistent state and local requirements. 

Newark:

  • Shelter in Pace Order.
  • Issued Mandatory Curfew.

New Mexico

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants, bars, breweries, etc.; pick up/delivery permitted.
  • Closure of shopping malls, gyms, movie theaters, and other recreational facilities.
  • Non-essential businesses must limit operations.
  • Closure of recreational and entertainment facilities, including casinos.
  • Hotel must reduce to 50 percent occupancy. 

 

New York

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • As of March 20, statewide Stay at Home order.
  • All non-essential gatherings are prohibited.
  • All non-essential businesses must stop their operations (excludes pharmacies, hospitals, gas stations, convenience stores, grocery stores).

 

North Carolina

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • All non-essential activities and gatherings are prohibited.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 100 people, recommendations against gatherings of more than 50 people. 
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants and bars. 

Clemmons, Durham, Winston-Salem; Buncombe, Cabarrus, Gaston, Guilford, Haywood, Madison, Mecklenburg, Orange, Pitt, and Wake counties:

  • Stay at Home order issued.

North Dakota

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Advisory of limiting gatherings of more than 50 people. 
  • Closure of bars, restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, recreational facilities, salons, tattoo parlors, and massage facilities.

 

Ohio

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • All public and private gatherings occurring outside a single house-hold are prohibited.
  • Non-essential business and operations must cease.
  • Any gathering of 10 or more people is prohibited.

 

Oklahoma

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued for vulnerable populations. 
  • Closure of all non-essential businesses. 
  • Ban of gatherings of 10 or more people.

Oklahoma City:

  • Ban on gatherings of more than 50 people.
  • Closure of bars, gyms, theaters and the Remington Park Casino.
  • Takeout/delivery only at restaurants.

Tulsa:

  • Closure of theaters, gyms, bars, amusement parks and other similar entertainment facilities.
  • Takeout/delivery only at restaurants.

Norman:

  • Issued a Stay at Home order.
  • Closure of all nonessential businesses. 
  • Residents must stay at home unless engaging in essential activities, which include obtaining necessary supplies, shopping for groceries or food, or caring for a family member. 

Oregon

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home Order issued.
  • All non-essential social and recreational gatherings of individuals are prohibited.
  • Shopping at specific categories of retail businesses, for which close personal contact is difficult to avoid, such as arcades, barber shops, hair salons, gyms and fitness studios, skating rinks, theaters, and yoga studios is prohibited. 
  • Closure of playgrounds, sports courts, and other outdoor recreational facilities.

 

Pennsylvania

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Closure of all in-person businesses that are not “life sustaining” regardless of whether the business is open to the public.
  • Not applicable to virtual or telework operations (e.g. work from home), as long as social distancing and other mitigation measures are followed in such operations.
  • Life sustaining businesses must follow, at a minimum, the social distancing practices and other mitigation measures defined by the CDC to protect workers and patrons.
  • Delivery, takeout, and drive-through restaurants permitted.

Allegheny, Beaver, Berks, Bucks, Butler, Centre, Chester, Delaware, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Pike, Erie, Northampton, Lehigh Valley, Washington, Wayne, Westmoreland, and York Counties:

  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • Closure of all in-person businesses that are not “life sustaining.”  

 

Puerto Rico

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Closure of all “non-essential” businesses (excludes supermarkets, pharmacies, gas stations and banks).
  • Imposed mandatory curfew of 9 pm to 5 am until March 30. 

 

Rhode Island

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • Ban on gatherings of 10 or more people.
  • Closure of dine-in restaurants. 
  • Order allowing beer and wine to be included in takeout orders.
  • National Guard activated.
  • Governor urges people to stay home.
  • Closure of all recreational and entertainment facilities, barbershops, salons, theaters, and cinemas.
  • Domestic air travelers quarantined.
  • All visitors from New York quarantined.
  • Senior shopping hours, social distancing in stores, and capacity limited to 20% implemented. 

 

South Carolina

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Ban of all dine-in services at restaurants and bars beginning on Wednesday, March 18.
  • Non-essential state employees to stay home as of March 19.
  • Governor’s order allowing restaurants to offer beer and wine for takeout.
  • Income tax deadline postponed until July 15.
  • Gatherings limited to three people. 

Charleston: 

  • Stay at home Order issued

Columbia: 

  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • Restaurants and bars: Limit of six people to each table, with six feet between tables.
 

South Dakota

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Recommendation that businesses limit gatherings to 10 people.

Sioux falls:

  • Gatherings limited to no more than 10 people.

Rapid City:

  • All bars and restaurants to close.

Tennessee

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Closure of dine-in bars and restaurants, gyms.

Nashville:

  • All bars closed; restaurants to operate at 50% capacity.

Knoxville: 

  • Recommended restrictions for restaurants, including limiting occupancy and separating tables.
  • All bars, gyms, clubs ordered to close.

Franklin City, and Davidson, Knox, and Shelby Counties:

  • Stay at Home order issued.
 

Texas

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Statewide ban on social gatherings of 10 or more people.
  • Closure of bars and dine-in restaurants, gyms, and massage parlors.  
  • Drive-thru, pickup or delivery options permitted.
  • Offices and workplaces may remain open; “employees should practice good hygiene” and work from home if possible.
  • Air travelers from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and New Orleans required to self-quarantine upon arrival in Texas for 14 days or the length of a person’s stay in Texas, whichever is shorter.

Amarillo:

  • Stay at Home order issued. 

Austin:

  • Ban on gatherings of more than 10 people. 
  • Closure of bars and dine-in restaurants.
  • Stay at Home order issued.

San Antonio:

  • Ban on gatherings of more than 50 people.
  • Stay at Home order issued.

Houston, Dallas: 

  • Closure of bars and dine-in restaurants.

El Paso:

  • 50% reduction at dine-in restaurants.
  • Stay at Home order issued.

Laredo:

  • Ban on gatherings of more than 50 people (does not include grocery stores, shopping malls, or other retail establishments).

Bexar,  Cameron, Collin, Dallas, Denton, El Paso, Ellis, Gregg, Hays, Hidalgo, Kaufman, McLennan, Rockwall, Scurry, Starr, Tarrant, Travis, Willacy, Ft. Worth, Bell, Williamson, Harris, Bexar, Hunt, Nueces, Fort Bend, Galveston, Robertson, Chambers, Brazoria, Liberty, San Jacinto, Polk, and Nacogdoches counties:

  • Stay at Home order issued.

Montgomery County:

  • Order limiting gatherings to 10 people, closure of close contact businesses, restaurants limited to take-out only.

 

Utah

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Ban on gatherings of 100 or more people.
  •  Statewide grocery store shopping hours for seniors only. 

Salt Lake City:

  • Closure of inside dine-in in all restaurants, taverns, bars and entertainment venues.

 Summit County

  • Stay at Home order issued 

Vermont

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued.
  • Closure of bars and dine-in restaurants; restaurants can offer beer and wine for takeout.
  • Closure of all gyms, spas, tattoo parlors, hair and nail salons.
  • Ban on all nonessential gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • Remote work required whenever possible. 
 

 

Virginia

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • All nonessential businesses closed.
  • Restaurants can still offer carryout service.
  • Restaurants can offer beer and wine for takeout.
  • Public gatherings limited to ten people. 

 

 

Washington

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay Home Stay Safe order issued.
  • Residents must stay at home unless conducting essential activities or engaging in essential business services.
  • Businesses are expected to ensure adequate environmental cleaning of stores and must designate an employee or officer to implement a social distancing plan for their business.
  • Closure of food courts, taverns, coffee and doughnut shops, ice cream parlors, wine and beer tasting venues, breweries and distilleries, beauty salons, barbers, nail salons, gyms and fitness centers, non-tribal card rooms, museums, galleries, theaters, bowling alleys, funeral and memorial services, tattoo parlors, youth sports and youth clubs. 

 

 

Washington, DC

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Stay at Home order issued. 
  • No gatherings of more than 50 people.  Express exceptions for offices, grocery stores, and other retail establishments if social distancing practices observed.
  • Ban on dine-in service at bars and restaurants.
  • Gyms, spas, theaters closed. 

 

 

West Virginia

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Statewide Shelter in Place order issued. Non-essential businesses and operations must temporarily cease..
  • Closure of dine-in bars and restaurants.
  • Closure of casinos.
  • Closure of gyms, recreational facilities, barbershops, and salons.  

 

Wisconsin

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Safer at Home order issued. 
  •  All residents must stay at home unless they are engaging in essential activities, essential government functions, essential business operations, and minimum basic operations. 

 

Wyoming

 State Local jurisdictions Links
  • Closure of restaurants, bars, theaters, gymnasiums, child care facilities, and schools.

Jackson:

  • Stay at Home order issued.


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