Updated list of states issuing stay-at-home orders.
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More US States Issue Stay-at-Home Orders
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
In response to the spread of COVID-19, at least 17 states have now issues stay-at-home orders, including: Washington, Oregon, New Mexico, Wisconsin, Indiana, West Virginia,Louisiana, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, California, Illinois, New York, Delaware, Michigan,Massachusetts, and Hawaii.
Additionally, several other states, including Colorado, Pennsylvania and Texas, have issued similar orders on a county specific basis. In many states, non-essential businesses are closed and those deemed essential can only remain open if they take extra precautions such as limiting the number of patrons at any given time.
We will continue to provide updates as additional states and cities consider similar orders.
The focus in the U.S. is shifting to shelter-in-place measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, with possible full quarantine for certain cities or states with major outbreaks. Working from home, closing of schools, and social distancing in public are all part of an effort to “flatten the curve” of cases to prevent the sudden overwhelming of the country’s healthcare system.
As COVID-19 spreads, more and more countries will institute domestic and international travel restrictions. These policies are changing constantly as the pandemic evolves. The International Air Transport Association maintains a list of airline travel restrictions.
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