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‘Stay at Home’ order issued for Alabama until April 30


MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Gov. Kay Ivey has issued a Stay at Home order for the state of Alabama for the next month.

The order will be effective beginning Saturday, April 4, at 5:00 p.m. and will expire Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 5:00 p.m

“We are done urging people to stay at home,” said Ivey. “It is now the law. I urge you in the strongest way possible. We have to take this order deadly serious. Otherwise people will die.”

People can now only leave their homes for essential goods and essential services, such as groceries and medicines.

The order states a person may leave his or her place of residence to obtain the following supplies for himself or herself, for other household members, including pets, or for a loved one or friend who cannot or should not leave home or cannot care for himself or herself:

  • Food and other consumer goods necessary to maintain a person’s daily routine or
    to maintain the safety, sanitation, and routine operation of a home or residence;
  •  Supplies needed to work from home;
  •  Pharmaceutical prescriptions or other medical supplies
  • Fuel for automobiles or other vehicles or other vehicle supplies;
  • Materials for distance learning or other education-related purposes; and
  • Any other supplies necessary to maintain a person’s or pet’s daily routine or to maintain the safety, sanitation, and routine operation of a home or residence.

View the full order below:
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Attorney General Steve Marshall said this order will be enforced by law enforcement. This will be a Class C Misdemeanor.




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