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Stay at home order will not be lifted before April 30


MONTGOMERY, Ala. – In a press conference Tuesday, Gov. Kay Ivey announced the current stay at home order will not be lifted early.

Ivey said the original date of April 30 is the mark to hit.

Last week Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth and the Alabama Small Business Commission submitted a plan to begin to re-open the state’s economy. That plan will not take place.

On Twitter Ivey said, “This week is the projected peak of the illness in our state. What the people of Alabama are doing is working, & we need to keep at it! As a reminder, our current #StayAtHome order stays in effect until April 30…. The Exec Committee of my Coronavirus Task Force has been hard at work reviewing recommendations to safely reopen AL. I’m as eager as anyone to get our economy spinning on all cylinders again, but we must make sure we’re doing it in a smart & productive way.”


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