Federal Laws on Coronavirus (Covid-19)

The All Dependents Count Act which has been proposed would expand the definition of “dependent” under the Covid-19 stimulus package.

This bill would expand the definition, under the stimulus package, to include dependents over the age of 16. This would include College Students and some disabled dependents.

In other news, we have updated state level executive orders.

Also, be Aware of Covid-19 Related Scams

Mnuchin assures everyone that the $1,200 checks which will be mailed to Americans will take 2 weeks more.

Be Aware of Covid-19 Related Scams

Additionally, the SBA has many loan options prompted by the stimulus package. Many small businesses likely quality for Covid-19 emergency loans through the SBA. See more info here.

President Trump, who hoped to have things back to normal by Easter has extended the social distancing guidelines through April. Although these are suggestions not necessarily law.

In other news, the Federal Reserves has announced that it will loosen lending requirements during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

The new “standardized approach for measuring counterparty credit risk rule” (SA-CRR) Will expire on March 31st, 2020. More info here.

 

Covid-19 Laws By State

In Affect until April 5th:

  • Gatherings of 25 or more must maintain 6 foot distance between people.
  • Food establishments and bars may not allow on-site consumption of food or drink.
  • Beach’s closed.
  • Closure of childcare centers
  • No hospital visitations of any one “non-essential”.
  • All elective dental and medical procedures shall be delayed. (Source)

Alabama executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

Pending:

Passed Covid-19 Alabama legislation:

HB 186 Makes appropriations for funding corona virus preparedness. This includes a $5,000,000 budget for the Department of Public Health.

SR 49 Requests rental assistance funding from Congress in response to coronavirus.

SJR 40 A bill that urges people to fist bump instead of shake hands. Awaiting governor approval.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Alabama:

HB 447 Extends the medicare program in general, but includes language to cover potential health impacts and economic hardships caused by coronavirus.

HJR 121 Bill urges Alabama Governor to expand Medicaid coverage specifically for new mothers.

HR 107 Bill to promote the posting and sharing of practices to reduce spread of infectious disease.

Shelter in Place in Alabama

State Stay At Home order Effective April 4th

 

Alaska executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Administrative Order No. 315 directs the Department of Health and Social Services regarding COVID-19
  3. COVID-19 Health Mandate
  4. Health Mandate Issued on March 16: Libraries, Archives and Museums, Residential Schools 
    Gov. Dunleavy announces Alaska Economic Stabilization Team
  5. Health Mandate 003: Statewide Closure Restaurants, Bars, Entertainment
  6. Health Mandate 004: Travel 
  7. Health Mandate 005: Elective Medical Procedures 
  8. Health Mandate 006 – Elective Oral Health Procedures
  9. Health Mandate 007 Fairbanks North Star Borough & Ketchikan Gateway Borough – Personal Care Services and Gatherings 
  10. Health Mandate 008 Public and Private Schools 
  11. Alaska COVID-19 Economic Stabilization Plan Released 
  12. Health Mandate 009 Personal Care Services and Gatherings 
  13. Health Mandate 010 International and Interstate Travel – Order for Self-Quarantine
  14. Governor Signs Legislation Expanding Unemployment Benefits and Increasing Internet Speeds for Alaska’s Schools 
  15. Health Mandate 011 Social Distancing 
  16. Health Mandate 012 Intrastate Travel – Limiting travel between communities to critical infrastructure or critical person needs 
  17. Governor Ducey, Superintendent Hoffman Announce Extension of School Closures Through End of School Year
  18. Governor Ducey Announces New Steps to Protect Families and Small Businesses from Foreclosure 
  19. Governor Ducey Announces $6.7 Million in Funding to Support Vulnerable Arizonans
  20. Governor Extends COVID-19 Health Mandate 002, 002

Passed Covid-19 Alaska legislation:

HB 206  Appropriates a fund of $4,091,100 to the Department of Health and Social Services, for  in fiscal years 2020 and 2021 should the cost of responding to  COVID-19 exceed federally allotted amounts.

HB 234  Appropriates a fund to the Department of Commerce totaling $8,500,000  for funding  municipalities impacted by commercial passenger operations while responding to or reducing the risk of a COVID-19 outbreak. (H) AWAITING TRANSMITTAL TO GOVERNOR

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Alaska:

HCR 17  Suspends a Uniform Rule of the Alaska Legislature as a response to  COVID-19.

SB 240/HB 308  Bill governing unemployment benefits during a period of emergency resulting from coronavirus.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Alaska

State-wide stay-at-home order Starting March 28t

Arizona executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

Passed Covid-19 Arizona legislation:

SB 1051  Bill appropriates $55 million to the public health emergencies and pay the expenses of emergency responses for public health. Bill passed after State of emergency issued by Governor due to COVID-19. 

HB 2910  Updates procedures and requirments for public school closures which are a result of coronavirus. Pending governor signature.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Arizona:

SB 1694/HB 2911  Emergency bill which allows the Arizona Department of Economic Securityto develop an alternative unemployment insurance program for individuals impacted by coronavirus.

SB 1028  Bill which enhances surveillance during a state of emergency. Which includes events arriving from an health threat.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Arizona

State-wide stay-at-home order Starting March 31st

Arkansas executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. EO 20-04 Authorizes funds from Governor’s Disaster Fund to be used at discretion of Arkansas Division of Emergency Management
  3. EO 20-05 Suspends telemedicine provisions
  4. Executive Order 20-06 To Amend Executive Order 20-03 Regarding the Public Health Emergency
  5. Governor Hutchinson Expedites Unemployment Benefits For Those Impacted by COVID-19 
  6. Governor Hutchinson Announces Relief for Businesses, Child-care Providers to Ease COVID-19 Impact
  7. EO 20-08 Ordering Funds Released to Defray Program and Administrative Costs Associated with COVID-19
  8. EO 20-09 To amend EO 20-03 for the purpose of extending the state individual tax filing deadline as a result of COVID-19 
  9. Proclamation: Governor Issues Call for Special Legislative Session of the 92nd General Assembly
  10. EO 20-10 To Amend EO 20-03 for the Purpose of Restricting Gatherings to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 
  11. Governor Hutchinson Announces Proposal to Protect and Support Health Care Professionals, Public, an Providers 
  12. EO 20-11 To Establish the Arkansas Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Steering Committee 
  13. Governor Allocates Additional $45 Million for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  14. EO 20-12 Suspending Provisions Requiring In-Person Witnessing and Notarization of Legal Documents in the State of Arkansas 
  15. Governor Hutchinson Directs State Parks to Implement New Measures for Public Health
  16. EO 20-13 Requiring New Protocols for Commercial Lodgings, Short-Term Rentals

 

Passed Covid-19 Arkansas legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Arkansas:

 

Stay-at-home order in place

  • Gavin Newsom issues state wide stay at home order ordering residents to only leave the home for necessities. This only days after they begin releasing prisoners from jail.
  • Government ordered closure of bars, clubs, pubs and similar establishments.

California executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order N-25-20 Further Enhancing State and Local Government’s Ability to Respond to COVID-19 Pandemic
  3. Executive Order N-26-20 Ensuring State Funding for Schools Even in Event of Physical Closure
  4. Executive Order N-27-20 To Protect the Health and Safety of Californians Most Vulnerable
  5. Department of Public Health Issues Guidance on Closure of Restaurants/Bars/ Wineries
  6. Executive Order N-28-20 To Protect Renters and Homeowners During COVID-19 Pandemic
  7. Executive Order N-31-20 To Allow Timely Delivery of Vital Goods During COVID-19 Outbreak
  8. Gov. Newsom Signs Emergency Legislation to Fight COVID-19
  9. Executive Order N-29-20 To Protect Ongoing Safety Net Services for Most Vulnerable Californians During COVID-19 Outbreak
  10. Executive Order N-30-20 To Suspend Standardized Testing for Students in Response to COVID-19 Outbreak
  11. California Launches New Comprehensive, Consumer-Friendly Website and Public Service Announcements to Boost COVID-19 Awareness
  12. Governor Newsom Takes Emergency Actions & Authorizes $150 Million in Funding to Protect Homeless Californians from COVID-19
  13. Executive Order N-32-20 Local Flexibility
  14. Executive Order N-33-20 Stay at Home Order
  15. Executive Order N-34-20 To Protect Public Health by
  16. Expanding Vote-by-Mail Options and Extending Deadlines for Presidential Primary Canvass
  17. Executive Order N-35-20 Expands the State’s Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak
  18. California Secures Presidential Major Disaster Declaration to Support State’s COVID-19 Emergency Response
  19. Governor Newsom Takes Action to Strengthen California’s Health Care Delivery System to Respond to COVID-19 
  20.  Executive Order N-36-20 State Prisons and Juvenile Facilities
  21. Governor Newsom Announces Major Financial Relief Package: 90-Day Mortgage Payment Relief During COVID-19 Crisis 
  22. Executive Order N-37-20 To Establish a Statewide Moratorium on Evictions
  23. Executive Order N-38-20 Judicial Council Emergency Authority 
  24. Executive Order N-39-20 To Expand Health Care Workforce and Recruit Health Care Professionals to Fight COVID-19 
  25. Executive Order N-40-20 Providing Relief to California Small Businesses 
  26. Governor Newsom Launches Campaign to Protect Health and Well-Being of Older Californians During COVID-19 Pandemic 
  27. Executive Order N-41-20 Expedited Resources for COVID-19 Response 
  28. Governor Newsome Announces Agreement Between Teachers, Classified Employees and School System Management to Support Student Instruction During COVID-19 Outbreak 
  29. Executive Order N-42-20 Protecting Homes, Small Businesses from Water Shutoffs
  30. Governor Newsom Announces New Help for Small Businesses & Workers Displaced by COVID-19 

 

Passed Covid-19 California legislation:

SB 89 Budget Act of 2019

SB 117 Education finance: average daily attendance and timeline waivers: protective equipment and cleaning appropriation: COVID–19.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in California:

AB 3216  Updates required workforce protections for medical and family leave due to Covid-19.

Stay-at-home order in Place in California

State-wide stay-at-home order Starting March 19th

Colorado executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. D 2020 003 Declaring a Disaster Emergency Due to the Presence of Coronavirus Disease 2019 in Colorado
  3. Notice of Public Health Order 20-22 Closing bars, restaurants, theaters, gymnasiums, and casinos statewide
  4. Executive Order 2020-004 Ordering Closure of Downhill Ski Resorts Due to the Presence of COVID-19 in the State of Colorado
  5. Executive Order 2020-005 Directing State Parties and Secretary of State to Amend Rules Regarding In-Person Gatherings to allow the 2020 Primary Election to Proceed without Interruption, in light of the Disaster Declaration set forth in Executive Order D 2020 003
  6. 2020-007 Ordering Suspension of Normal In-Person Instruction at All Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools in the State of Colorado Due to the Presence of COVID-19
  7. Gov. Polis, Coloradans, Launch COVID Relief Fund 
    Executive Order 2020-006 Amending Executive Order 2020-004
  8. Executive Order 2020-008 Amending Executive Order 2020-005
  9. Executive Order 2020-009 Ordering the Temporary Cessation of All Elective and Non-Essential Surgeries and Procedures and Preserving Personal Protective Equipment and Ventilators
  10. Executive Order 2020-010 Ordering the Suspension of Statute to Extend the Income Tax Payment Dealines Due to the COVID-19 Disaster Emergency
  11. Executive Order 2020-011 Ordering the Temporary Suspension of Regulatory Statutes Due to the Presence of COVID-19
  12. Executive Order 2020-012 Ordering Limiting Evictions, Foreclosures, and Public Utility Disconnections an Expediting Unemployment Insurance Claim Processing to Provide Relife to Coloradans Affected by COVID-19
  13. Polis Announces Emergency Economic Advisory Council to Shepherd Colorado’s Post-Coronavirus Recovery
  14. Executive Order 2020-013 Ordering Colorado Employers to Reduce In-Person Workforce by Fifty Percent Due to the Presence of COVID-19 in the State
  15. Executive Order 2020-17 Ordering Coloradans to Stay at Home Due to the Presence of COVID-19 in the State 
  16. Executive Order 2020-15 Authorizing the Executive Directors of Certain State Agencies to Promulgate and Issue Emergency Rules Extending the Expiration Date of Licenses and Other Documents Due to the Presence of COVID-19 
  17. Executive Order 2020-16 Temporarily Suspending Certain Regulatory Statutes Concerning Criminal Justice 
  18. Updated Public Health Order 20-24 Implementing Stay at Home Requirements
  19. Executive Order 2020-14 Ordering the Temporary Suspension of Certain Requirements Preventing Issuance of Marriage Licenses due to the Presence of COVID-19 
  20. Executive Order 2020-18 Amending Executive Order 2020-003 to Provide Additional Funds for Response Activities Due to the Presence of COVID-19 
  21. Executive Order 2020-19 Ordering the Temporary Suspension of the Personal Appearance Requirement for Notarization due to the Presence of COVID-19 
  22. Executive Order 2020-20 Ordering the Temporary Suspension of Certain Statutes to Expand the Use of Telehealth Services Due to Presence of COVID-19 
  23. Executive Order 2020-21 Amended EO Order D 2020-007 to Extend the Suspension of Normal In-Person Instruction at All Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools
  24. COVID-19 Special Enrollment Period for Health Insurance Extended to April 30

 

Passed Covid-19 Colorado legislation:

HJR 1006  Request For Interrogatories Regarding Calendar Day

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Colorado:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Colordo

State-wide stay-at-home order Starting March 26th

Stay-at-home order in place

Connecticut executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order No. 7 Protection of Public Health and Safety During COVID-19 Pandemic and Response
  3. Executive Order No. 7A Protection of Residents of Nursing Home Facilities, Residential Care Homes and Chronic Disease Hospitals During COVID-19 Pandemic
  4. Executive Order 7B Protection of Public Health and Safety During COVID-19 Pandemic and Response Suspension or Modifications of Statutes
  5. Executive Order No. 7C Protection of Public Health and Safety during COVID-19 Pandemic and Response – Further Suspension or Modification of Statutes
  6. Executive Order No. 7D Protection of Public Health and Safety During COVID-19 Pandemic and Response – Crowd Reduction and Social Distancing
  7. Executive Order No. 7E Takes several emergency actions in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and the governor’s civil preparedness and public health declarations
  8. Executive Order No. 7F To Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19
  9. Executive Order No. 7G Takes Several Emergency Actions 
  10. Executive Order No. 7H Restrictions on Workplaces for Non
  11. Executive Order No. 7I Municipal Operations and Availability of Assistance and Healthcare
  12. Executive Order No. 7J Clarifying EO No. 7H Regarding Operations at Non-Essential Businesses and Providing for Rapid State Government Emergency Response
  13. Governor Lamont Uses CT Alert System to Urge Connecticut Resients to ‘Stay Safe, Stay Home’
  14. Executive Order No. 7K Remote Notarization, Suspension of Non-Critical Probate and Workers’ Compensation Operations, and Various Public Health Measures 
  15. Executive Order No. 7L Extension of School Cancellation, Municipal Retiree Reemployment, Open Fishing Season and Additional Public Health Measures 
  16. Executive Order No. 7M Extension of Agency Administrative Deadlines 
  17. Governor Lamont Launches Emergency No-Interest Loan Program for Connecticut Small Businesses and Nonprofits Impacte by COVID-19 
  18. Executive Order No. 7N Increased Distancing, Expanded Family Assistance, and Academic Assessment Suspension 
  19. Executive Order No. 7O Flexibility in DPH Licensing Renewal Requirements and Provider Assignment, Expanded Han Sanitizer Production, Waiver of Birth-to-Three Fees 
  20. Executive Order No. 7P Safe Housing for People Experiencing Homelessness, First Responders, and Healthcare Workers 
  21. Executive Order No. 7Q Childcare Safety, Remote Notarization Update 
  22. Governor Lamont Announces Governor’s Health System Response Team 
  23. Executive Order No. 7R Education Workforce Sustainability, State Parks Capacity Control, and Curbside Liquor Pickup 
  24. Governor Lamont Announces Mortgage Payment Relief During COVID-19 Crisis
  25. Executive Order No. 7S Safe Stores, Relief for Policyholders, Taxpayers, and Tenants
  26. Executive Order No. 7T Safe Lodging, Liquor Delivery, Additional Flexibility for Victims of Domestic Violence, Other Measures 
  27. Executive Order No. 7U Protections from Civil Liability for Healthcare Providers and Financial Protections for Patients 

Passed Covid-19 Connecticut legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Connecticut:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Connecticut:

State-wide stay-at-home order Starting March 23rd

 

  • Visiting nursing homes, adult family-care homes, assisted living facilities, adult group homes, and long-term care facilities has been banned for 30 days.

Florida executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. Executive Order 20-51 re: Public Health Emergency
  2. Executive Order 20-52 re: Public Health Emergency 
  3. Executive Order Number 20-68 re: Emergency Management – COVID-19 regarding bars, beaches, and restaurants
  4. Executive Order Number 2020-69 Local Government Public Meetings 
  5. Executive Order Number 20-70 Broward and Palm Beach County Closures 
  6. Executive Order 20-71 Alcohol Sales, Restaurants, and Gyms 
  7. Executive Order Number 20-72 Non-essential Elective Medical Procedures
  8. Governor DeSantis Announces First Two Emergency Bridge Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19 
  9. Executive Order Number 20-80 Airport Screening and Isolation 
  10. Executive Order Number 20-82 Isolation of Individuals Traveling to Florida 
  11. Executive Order 20-83 Protective Measures for Vulnerable Populations, Gatherings of Private Citizens and Density of the Workforce 
  12. Florida border checkpoint on I-95 will screen for New York City drivers
  13. Executive Order 20-85 Telehealth and Immunizations for State Group Insurance
  14. Executive Order 20-86 Additional Requirements of Certain Individuals Traveling to Florida
  15. Executive Order 20-87 Vacation Rental Closures 
  16. Executive Order 20-88 Re-employment of Essential Personnel 
  17. Executive Order 20-89 Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County, Monroe County Public Access Restrictions 
  18. Executive Order 20-90 Broward and Palm Beach County Closures 
  19. Executive Order 20-91 Essential Services and Activities During COVID-19 
  20. Executive Order 20-92 Amending EO 20-91 
  21. Executive Order 20-93 Reemployment Assistance Program
  22. Executive Order 20-94 Mortgage Foreclosure and Eviction Relief 

More information on Florida Bridge Loans

Passed Covid-19 Florida legislation:

SR 1934  Legislation regarding Florida State University Seminoles basketball team due to concerns raised by the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Adopted. 

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Florida

Stay-at-home order in Place in Florida:

State-wide order Effective April 3rd

Georgia executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. March 14th Declaration of Public Health State of Emergency
  3. March 14th Authorizing the call of the Georgia National Guard to State Active Duty for preparation and response for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
  4. March 16th Closing public elementary, secondary, and post-secondary schools from March 18, 2020 to March 31, 2020 to stop the spread of COVID-19
  5. Gov. Kemp Announces Coronavirus Task Force Subcommittees
  6. 03.20.20.02 Reducing Regulations to Assist the State’s Response to the Spread of COVID-19
  7. 03.20.20.01 Authorizing a Transfer from the Governor’s Emergency Fund
  8. 03.23.20.02 Expanding temporary licensing of certain medical professions to assist State’s response to the spread of COVID-19 
  9. 03.23.20.01 Limiting large gatherings statewide, ordering “shelter in place” for specific populations, and closing bars and nightclubs in Georgia for fourteen days 
  10. 03.24.20.01 Reducing restrictions for Child Care Learning Centers and Family Child Learning Homes to assist in the State’s response to COVID-19 
  11. 03.25.20.01 Regarding Georgia’s driver’s licenses and identification cards, ignition interlock device requirements 
  12. 03.26.20.02 Closing public elementary and secondary schools through April 24, 2020 to stop the spread of COVID-19 
  13. 03.26.20.01 Regarding unemployment insurance claims to assist in the State’s response to COVID-19 
  14. 03.27.20.02 Authorizing the State Board of Education to waive certain rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and provisions to assist in the State’s response to COVID-19 
  15. 03.30.20.01 Authorizing a transfer from the Governor’s Emergency Fund
  16. 03.30.20.02 Amending EO 03.20.20.02 to allow for the use of “private professional provider(s)” to conduct required plan reviews or inspections 
  17. 03.30.20.01 Authorizing a transfer from the Governor’s Emergency Fund
  18. Gov. Kemp: DCA Launches New Resources for Georgians to Access High-Speed Internet 
  19. 03.31.20.04 Providing pharmacy technicians and pharmacists with options for handling the computer-based processing of prescriptions during the COVID-19 Public Health State of Emergency 
  20. 03.31.20.03 Directing the Commissioner of Revenue to implement waivers related to Conservation Use Value Assessment and Forest Land Use Protection Act applications during the COVID-19 Public Health State of Emergency 
  21. 03.31.20.02 Authorizing the State Treasurer to act as “prudent investor” during the COVID-19 Public Health State of Emergency 
  22. 03.31.20.01 Authorizing the use of real-time audio-visual communication technology to assist in notarizing real estate documents 
  23. Gov. Kemp, University System of Georgia Announce COVID-19 Testing Ramp-Up
  24. 04.01.20.01 Closing public elementary and secondary schools through the end of the 2019-2020 school year to stop the spread of COVID-19 
  25. 04.02.20.01 Issuing a statewide shelter in place to stop the spread of COVID-19

 

Passed Covid-19 Georgia legislation:

HB 792 Budgets $100 million from the Revenue Shortfall Reserve to respond to coronavirus.

SR 5 Reinforces the Governor’s Executive Order which declares state of emergency.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Georgia

Stay-at-home order in Place in Georgia:

State-wide order effective April 3rd

14 day quarantine for all individuals leaving or arriving in Hawaii.

Hawaii executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Gov. Ige Issues Supplemental Emergency Proclamation to Fight COVID-19 
  3. Gov. Ige Announces State Actions to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 
  4. Gov. Ige urges visitors to stay away for 30 days; all non-essential state workers to stay home
  5. Gov. Ige Announces Measures to Address Economic Impact of COVID-19
  6. Second Supplementary Proclamation 
  7. Gov. Ige Orders Mandatory 14-Day Quarantine for All Individuals Arriving or Returning to the State of Hawaii 
  8. Third Supplementary Proclamation 
  9. Executive Order 20-01 
  10. Executive Order 20-02 
  11. Governor Ige puts 14-Day quarantine on interisland travelers 
  12. Fourth Supplementary Proclamation

Passed Covid-19 Hawaii legislation:

HR 54  Sets up a select house committee on COVID-19 to look into economic and financial preparedness. 

SR 166  Requests executive branch departments to inform the legislative when implementing any plans relating to the COVID-19 response. 

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Hawaii

HB 2459  Directs the department of Health to conduct a study which relates to vaccination development and disbursement in response to modern disease outbreaks. 

HB 1629  Sets appropriations to support the Department of Health and the DOD activities to detect, contain, mitigate, and respond to coronavirus..

SB 75  Appropriates $10.5 million to the Department of Health, as well as the Department of Transportation, and the Department of Defense for the public health response to COVID-19. It authorizes the governor to transfer funds between departments as needed. 

HCR 74 & HR 57  Asks the Department of Health to set priorities  the containment and control of COVID-19 to those with a high probability of contracting and dying from the virus.

HR 64  Pushes commercial airlines operating in Hawaii to disinfect their aircraft between flights.

SCR 152  Asks state and private health care  to allow sick employees to take time off  to prevent the spread of coronavirus. 

SR 146  Urges the creation of a color coded system to address the rapid onset of Covid-19.  

HR 171  Urges the Governor to take additional precautions to prevent a coronavirus outbreak in Hawaii.

HCR 127  Requests federal government to fully support Hawaii in the screening, prevention and containment of Covid-19.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Hawaii

Stay at home, starting March 25 at 12:01 p.m.

 

Stay-at-home order in place

Illinois executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 2020-03 Executive Order to Extend Application Deadline for Adult-Use Applications Due to COVID-19
  3. Executive Order 2020-04 Cancelling of Large Gatherings
  4. Executive Order 2020-05 Order Closing Public and Private Schools
  5. Executive Order 2020-06 Closure of Schools 
  6. Executive Order 2020-07 Closure of Restaurants and Bars through March 30 
  7. Executive Order 20-08 
  8. Executive Order 20-09 
  9. Gov. Pritzker waives overweight permit fees for transportation of emergency relief supplies
  10. Gov. Pritzker Announces Series of New Measures to Help Illinoisans Affected by COVID-19
  11. Executive Order 20-10 Stay at Home Order
  12. Executive Order 20-11 Essential Human Services Operations  
  13. Executive Order 20-12 Suspends Healthcare Worker’s Background Checks
  14. Gov. Pritzker Announces Income Tax Filing Extension, More Than $90 Million in Small Business Aid
  15. Executive Order 20-13 Suspends Admissions to IDOC From County Jails
  16. Executive Order 20-14 Notary and Witness Guidelines
  17. Gov. Pritzker Partners with United Way of Illinois, Alliance of Illinois Community Foundations to Launch Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund 
  18. Executive Order 20-15 Suspends Provisions in the Illinois School Code
  19. Executive Order 20-16 Suspends Provisions in the Illinois Vehicle Code
  20. Executive Order 20-17 Extends Cannabis Applications 
  21. Gov. Pritzker Announces Measures to Continue Supporting Families, People Experiencing Homelessness and Child Care Providers 
  22. Gov. Pritzker Announces Efforts to Expand and Expedite Medicaid Coverage for Uninsured and Insured Illinois Residents 
  23. Governor Pritzker and Maylor Lightfoot Announce Plans for 3,000-Bed Alternate Care Setting at McCormick Place to Treat COVID-19 Patients 
  24. Gov. Pritzker Announces Extension of Stay at Home Order, Suspension of On-Site Learning in Schools Through April 
  25. Executive Order 20-18 Stay at Home Order Extension 
  26. Executive Order 20-19 Health Care Facilities, Professionals, and Volunteers
  27. Gov. Pritzker Kicks Off “All in Illinois” to Reinforce State’s Stay at Home Message 
  28. Pritzker Administration Expanding Available Services for Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Survivors 

 

Passed Covid-19 Illinois legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Illinois

HB 5607  Makes an amendment to the Department of Public Health Powers and Duties Law of the Civil Administrative Code. Directs the Department of Public Health to conduct a study on the state’s preparedness against coronavirus.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Idaho

Stay at home, starting March 21 at 11:59 p.m.

 

  • State employees over 60 with health conditions have been advised to work from home
  • No gatherings of 50 or more people per CDC recommendations.

Indiana executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. Executive Order 20-02 Declaration of Public Health
  2. Executive Order 20-03 Waiver of Hours of Service Regulations Relating to Motor Carriers and Drivers of Commercial Vehicles Transporting Good to Indiana Business
  3. Restaurants and bars closed to in-person customers 
  4. Executive Order 20-04 Further Orders and Directives in Response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Epidemic 
  5. Executive Order 20-05 Helping Hoosiers During the Public Health Emergency Delclared for the Coronavirus 2019 Disease Outbreak 
  6. Executive Order 20-06 Temporary Prohibition on Eviction and Foreclosures 
  7. Executive Order 20-07 Rescheduling the Primary Election Due to Public Health Emergency
  8. Executive Order 20-08 Directive for Hoosiers to Stay at Home 
  9. Executive Order 20-09 Relating to the Continuity of Operation of Government
  10. Executive Order 20-10 Enforcement Directive Regarding Prohibition of In-Person Dining
  11. Executive Order 20-11 Relating to Carryout Consumption of Alcohol
  12. EO 20-12 Further Directives Helping Hoosiers
  13. Executive Order 20-13 Medical Surge
  14. Executive Order 20-14 Continuation of Restaurant Alcohol EOs
  15. Executive Order 20-15 Additional Directives Regarding Governmental Functions
  16. Executive Order 20-16 Education Matters and COVID-19
  17. Executive Order 20-17 Renewal of Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Outbreak 

Passed Covid-19 Indiana legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Indiana:

 

Iowa executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. Proclamation of Disaster Emergency – Suspending Provisions Restricting the Movement of Oversize and Overweight Loads of Food, Medical Supplies, Cleaning Products, etc.
  2. Gov. Reynolds signs legislation to fund key services, combat COVID-19 Spread 
  3. Gov. Reynolds signs legislation expanding roles for physican assistants
  4. Gov. Reynolds signs additional State Public Health Emergency Declaration
  5. Gov. Reynolds Signs New Proclamation Continuing State Public Health Declaration 
  6. Gov. Reynolds signs new proclamation continuing State Health Emergency Declaration
  7. Gov. Reynolds signs new proclamation continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration

Passed Covid-19 Iowa legislation:

SB 2408  Relates to state and local finances and waives a time requirement for schools that close in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Iowa

 

 

Kansas executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order No. 20-03 Extending states of local disaster emergency relating to COVID-19
  3. Executive Order No. 20-04 Temporarily prohibiting mass gatherings to limit the spread of COVID-19
  4. Executive Order No. 20-05 Temporarily prohibiting utility and internet disconnects
  5. Executive Order No. 20-06 Temporarily prohibiting evictions and foreclosures
  6. Executive Order 20-07 Temporarily closing K-12 schools to slow the spread of COVID-19
  7. Governor signs bipartisan bills to help Kansans during COVID-19 Pandemic
  8. Governor Laura Kelly announces disaster assistance for Kansas businesses and discusses banks, unemployment 
  9. Executive Order 20-08 Temporarily expanding telemedicine and addressing certain licensing requirements to comb the effects of COVID-19 
  10. Executive Order 20-09 Conditional and temporary relief from certain motor carrier rules and regulations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic 
  11. Executive Order 20-10 Rescinding EO 20-06 and temporarily prohibiting certain foreclosures and evictions 
  12. Executive Order 20-11 Temporarily requiring continuation of waste removal and recycling services
  13. Executive Order 20-12 Drivers’ license and vehicle registration and regulation during public health emergency 
  14. Executive Order 20-13 Allowing certain deferred tax deadlines and payments during the COVID-19 pandemic 
  15. Executive Order 20-14 Temporarily prohibiting mass gatherings of 10 or more people to limit the spread of COVID-19 and rescinding Executive Order 20-04 
  16. Executive Order 20-15 Establishing the Kansas Essential Function Framework for COVID-19 response efforts 
  17. Executive Order 20-16 Establishing a statewide “stay home” order in conjunction with the Kansas Essential Function Framework for COVID-19 response efforts 
  18. Executive Order 20-17 Temporary relief from certain unemployment insurance requirements in response to the COVID-19 pandemic 
  19. Governor Kelly announces resumption of State of Kansas operations

Passed Covid-19 Kansas legislation:

HCR 5025 Ratifies and continues the March 12 state of disaster emergency declaration for Kansas in response to Coronavirus.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Kansas

Stay at home, starting March 30th

Kentucky executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 2020-0215 State of Emergency Due to the Novel Corona Virus
  3. Executive Order 2020-0220 State of Emergency Relating to Insurance
  4. Executive Order 2020-0224 State of Emergency Relating to the Dispensing of Pharmaceuticals
  5. Executive Order 2020-0216 State of Emergency Relating to the Prohibition Against Price Gouging
    Outlining specific steps all public-facing businesses should take regarding closures Executive Order 2020-215
  6. Executive Order 2020-0243 State of Emergency Relating to Social Distancing
    Executive Order 2020-0317 Public-Facing Business Closure
  7. Letter Prohibiting Mass Gatherings  
  8. Executive Order 2020-246 Closing Nonessential Retail 
  9. Executive Order 2020-00319 Order Permitting Carryout and Drive Thru Sales 
  10. Ordering Ceasing all Elective Medical Procedures 
  11. Executive Order 2020-257 Closing all but Life-Sustaining Business 
  12. Unemployment Eligibility Expanded 
  13. Executive Order 2020-258 State of Emergency Relating to Travel  
  14. Telehealth and Nursing 
  15. Executive Order 2020-253 Establishing “Team Kentucky Fund” 
  16. Executive Order 2020-265 Allows Critical Workforce Sectors to Rehire Previously Retired Workers to Fill Key Roles

Passed Covid-19 Kentucky legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Kentucky:

SJR 246 Directs the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to study and reveiw Kentucky’s preparedness to address coronavirus .

SB 282 Directs employers to provide paid sick leave to employees. Additionally, provides a mechanism for employees to accrue paid sick leave. This bill also establishes guidelines for employers to calculate paid sick leave and creates a civil penalty for violations.

HB 356 Appropriates funding for the operation, as well as maintenance, and functioning of the Judicial Branch of the government of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. This bill authorizes the Chief Justice, during a state of emergency, to declare a judicial emergency to protect the health and safety of court employees, elected officials as well as the general public. Additionally it extends timelines for court filings.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Kentucky

Stay at home, starting March 26th

Stay-at-home order in place

  • Banned public gatherings of 250 or more people.

Louisiana executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Proclamation No. JBE 2020-28- Elections Rescheduled Due to COVID-19  
  3. Proclamation No. JBE 2020-29 COVID 19 Additional Measures RE: Transportation
  4. Proclamation No. JBE-2020-30 COVID-19 Additional Measures
  5. Proclamation No. JBE 2020-32 Additional Measures for COVID-19 Public Health Emergency 
  6. Proclamation No. JBE 2020-23 Additional Measures for COVID-19 Stay at Home 
  7. Proclamation No. 33 JBE 2020 Additional Measures for COVID-19 Stay at Home 
  8. Proclamation No. 37 JBE 2020 Additional Measures for COVID-19 Provisions for First Responders Rulemaking, Law Enforcement Rehiring, Rehiring of Retired Public Employees 
  9. Proclamation No. 37-JBE 2020 Additional Measures for COVID-19 Provisions for First Responders Rulemaking, Law Enforcement Rehiring, Rehiring of Retired Public Employees, Insurance Commissioner Emergency Authority, Shareholder Meetings and Remote Notarization 

Passed Covid-19 Louisiana legislation:

HCR 27  Adjourns the 2020 Regular Session of the Legislature to minimize the spread of Coronavirus.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Louisiana:

SCR 22  Requests a suspention of statewide standardized assessments for the 2019-2020 school year due to COVID-19. 

HCR 22  Urges the Public Service Commission to temporarily halt energy and water companies from disconnecting utilities. 

SB 426  Requires health insurance companies to cover diagnostic testing of Covid-19.

HCR 23  Suspends laws regarding legal deadlines in recognition of COVID-19. 

HCR 25  Provides for the suspension of all civil in response to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency declared by the Governor. 

Stay-at-home order in Place in Louisiana

Stay at home, starting March 23rd

Maine executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Proclamation of Insurance Emergency 
  3. Proclamation Declaring Abnormal Market Disruption Caused by COVID-19 Emergency  
  4. Executive Order 14: An Order to Protect Public Health 
  5. Executive Order 15: An Order Regarding School Readiness 
  6. Executive Order 16: An Order Suspending Provisions of Certain Health Care Professional Licensing Statutes and Rules in Order to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19 
  7. Executive Order 17: An Order Regarding Certain Laws Enforced by Inland Fish & Wildlife 
  8. Executive Order 18: An Order Extending Compliance Dates Under Certain Motor Vehicle Laws  
  9. Executive Order 19: An Order Regarding Essential Businesses and Operations  
  10. Executive Order 20: An Order Modifying Requirements Applicable to Family Child Care Providers in Order to Facilitate Employment of Persons Needed for the Treatment and Containment Of COVID-19 
  11. Executive Order 21: An Order Regarding Certain Elver Fishing Laws 
  12. Executive Order 22: An Order Increasing Flexibility in Scheduling Physical Exams for Children Ordered Into the Custody of DHHS for Their Protection and Containment Of COVID-19  
  13. Executive Order 23: An Order Suspending Provisions of the Maine Pharmacy Act and Related Rules in Order to Facilitate the Continuation of Out-Of­ State Clinical Trials of Investigation al Drugs During the COVID-19 Pandemic 
  14. Executive Order 24: An Order Regarding Recycling and Solid Waste Facility Operating Hours Enforced by the Department of Environmental Protection  
  15. Executive Order 25: An Order Regarding the Maine Quality Centers Program 
  16. Executive Order 26: An Order Regarding Certain Watercraft Laws Enforced by the Department of Inland Fish & Wildlife 
  17. Executive Order 27: An Order Regarding State Certified Hypodermic Apparatus Exchange Programs 
  18. Executive Order 28: An Order Regarding Further Restrictions on Public Contact and Movement, Schools, Vehicle Travel and Retail Business Operations 
  19. Executive Order 29: An Order Modifying Provisions of the Maine General Assistance Program and Related Rules in Order to Meet the Basic Needs of People During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  20. Executive Order 30: An Order Regarding an Extension of the Current Use Taxation Deadline 
  21. Executive Order 31: An Order Extending Deadlines Related to Certain Property Tax Exemptions 
  22. Executive Order 32: An Order Regarding Fire Burn Permits 
  23. Executive Order 33: An Order Regarding Expiration of Certain Licenses and Permits Issued by the Department of Marine Resources 

Passed Covid-19 Maine legislation:

HB 1547 Allows the transfer of up to $11 million by the State Controller to fund a response to COVID-19.

SB 789  Temporarily Provides the Governor with additional powers for the duration of the state of emergency due to the outbreak of COVID-19. 

HB 1516  Sets appropriations expenditures of the general fund; including a one-time fund to respond to COVID-19. 

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Maine:

HB 1549  Requires a temporary suspension on classes and requires students, staff and faculty to remain of campus to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Maine

Stay at home, starting April 2nd

  • Prohibited all gatherings of 250 people or more.
  • Told state workers to work from home/other the phone.
  • Recommended that businesses have employees work from home.
  • Closed the cruise terminal at the Port of Baltimore. With some exceptions.

Maryland executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. EO Ordering Extending Certain Licenses, Permits, Registrations, and Other Governmental Authorizations, and Authorizing Suspension of Legal Time Requirements
  3. EO Order Calling the Maryland National Guard into State Active Duty
  4. EO Order for Implementation of Elevated Level II of Pandemic Flu and Other Infectious Diseases Attendance and Leave Policy for Executive Branch Employees
  5. EO Order Prohibiting the Movement of Persons to and from Certain Vessels Berthing at Terminals and Port Facilities in the Ports and Harbors of the State
  6. EO Order Prohibiting Large Gatherings and Events and Closing Senior Centers
  7. EO Emergency Order Closing Casinos, Racetracks and Simulcast Betting Facilities
  8. EO Emergency Order Expanding Child Care Access
  9. EO Order Amending Prohibition of Large Gatherings 
  10. EO Order Relating to Various Health Care Matters 
  11. EO Prohibiting Termination of Residential Services and Late Fees   
  12. EO Temporarily Prohibiting Evictions 
  13. EO Emergency Medical Services  
  14. EO Beverage Delivery 
  15. EO Restricting Gatherings Amended 
  16. EO Lab Authorization  
  17. EO Closed Some Non-essential Businesses
  18. EO Authorizing Reimbursement for Telehealth 
  19. EO Prohibiting Price Gouging 
  20. EO Child Care for Essential Personnel 
  21. EO Vehicle Weights Limits 
  22. EO Tax Deadlines and Oaths of Office 
  23. EO Health Care Designation for Disabilities Services Providers 
  24. EO Authorizing Telehealth 
  25. EO Gatherings, Stay at Home Order 
  26. EO Evictions and Mortgages
  27. EO Authorizing Actions for Nursing Homes
  28. EO Delegating Authority to Health Officials

 

Passed Covid-19 Maryland legislation:

SB 1079  Gives Governor the authority to transfer up to $50,000,000 from the Revenue Stabilization Account in order to fund costs associated with the coronavirus.

SB 1080/HB 1663  Authorizes Governor to take certain actions in a state of emergency, which include the cost of testing and immunization related to disease. Also prevents “price gouging” by preventing a more than 10% increase in retail or service pricing.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Maryland:

SB 1001  Relates to sales and use tax revenue and provides that sales and use tax collected in fiscal year 2021 on the sale or use of a digital product or code will be distributed at least to some degree to expenditure accounts of State government to fund costs associated with COVID-19. 

SB 2 HB 732   Relates to digital advertising expenditure and tax collection to repay covid-19 expenditure.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Kansas

Stay at home, starting March 30th

  • Closed all nonessential establishments.

Massachusetts executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Order Prohibiting Gatherings of More than 250 People 
  3. Order Extending the Registration of Certain Licensed Health Care Professionals 
  4. Order Expanding Access to Physician Services   
  5. Order of the Commissioner of Public Health Regarding the Administration of Certain Medications for the Treatment of Opiod Use Disorder 
  6. Order of the Commissioner of Public Health Regarding the Flexible Reassignment of Physician Assistants  
  7. Order of the Commissioner of Public Health Providing for Continuity of Emergency Medical Services Care  
  8. Order temporarily closing all public and private Elementary and Secondary Schools 
  9. Order expanding access to telehealth services and to protect health care providers  
  10. Order Suspending Certain Provisions of the Open Meeting Law 
  11. Sharing of Critical Information with First Responders haring of critical information with first responders 
  12. Temporarily Closing all Child Care Programs
  13. Ordering nonessential businesses and organizations to close their physical workspaces and facilities to customers, workers and the public
  14. Ordering Permitting the Temporary Conditional Deferral of Certain Inspections of Residential Real Estate 
  15. Order Authorizing Actions to Reduce In-Person Transactions Associated with the Licensing, Registration and Inspection of Motor Vehicles 
  16. Department of Public Health Order  Regarding Modification of Certain Requirements for Inspections by the Chief Medical Examiner 
  17. Department of Public Health Order Permitting Facilities Licensed by the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission to Create and Donate Hand Sanitizer to Certain Entities  
  18. Emergency Order Ordering Nonessential Businesses and Organizations to Close their Physical Workspaces and Facilities to Customers, Workers and the Public   
  19. Department of Public Health Emergency Order Regarding Provision of Day Program Services Provided in Group Settings  
  20. Department of Public Health Issued an Emergency Order Regarding Provision of Day Program Services Provided in Group Settings  
  21. Department of Public Health Issued an Emergency Order Regarding Modifications to Pharmacy Practice  
  22. Department of Public Health Issued an Emergency Order Exempting Certain Activities from Determination of Need Approval, that are Necessary to Address COVID-19 
  23. Department of Public Health Issued an Emergency Order Exempting Hospitals from the Nurse Staffing Requirements of M.G.L. c. 111, §231 
  24. Department of Public Health Issued an Emergency Order Addressing Operation of Grocery Stores and Pharmacies
  25. Department of Public Health issued an emergency order addressing independent prescriptive practice for advanced practice registered nurses
  26. Emergency order extending certain professional licenses, permits, and registrations issued by Commonwealth agencies  
  27. Emergency order suspending state permitting deadlines and extending the validity of state permits  
  28. Department of Public Health issued an emergency order authorizing DPH’s Office of Preparedness and Emergency Management to conduct BORI checks on volunteers who register with MA Responds to respond to the COVID-19 emergency without a notarized CORI Acknowledgement Form 
  29. Department of Public Health issued an emergency order regarding long-term care facility resident transfers and discharges
  30. Department of Public Health issued an emergency order expanding the availability of certain health care providers 
  31. Emergency order authorizing the Executive Office of Health and Human Services to adjust essential provider rates.  
  32. Emergency order regarding  the conduct of shareholder meetings by public companies 
  33. Order extending the prohibition on gatherings of 10 or more people until May 4  
  34. Order extending the closure of non-essential businesses and organizations for in-person operations until May 4  
  35. Department of Public Health Emergency Order Regarding Administration of Certain Medications in Community Programs 
  36. Department of Public Health issued an emergency order regarding the provision of skilled nursing care in Assisted Living Residences  

Passed Covid-19 Massachusetts legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Massachusetts:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Massachusetts

Stay at home, starting March 24th

Michigan issues stay-at-home order for non-life-sustaining activities. Bans any gatherings that are not household. Executive order No. 2020-21

Michigan executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order No. 2020-5 Temporary Prohibition on Large Assemblages and Events, Temporary School Closures
  3. Executive Order No. 2020-7 Temporary restrictions on entry into health care facilities, residential care facilities, congregate care facilities, and juvenile justice facilities
  4. Executive Order No. 2020-8 Enhanced restrictions on price gouging
  5. Executive Order No. 2020-9 Temporary restrictions on the use of places of public accommodation
  6. Executive Order 2020-10 Temporary expansions in unemployment eligibility and cost-sharing
  7. Executive Order 2020-11 Temporary prohibition on large assemblages and events, temporary school closures 
  8. Executive Order 2020-12 Enhanced support for deliveries 
    Temporary enhancements to operational capacity and efficiency of health care facilities  
  9. Executive Order 2020-14 Temporary extension of deadline to redeem property for nonpayment of delinquent property taxes 
  10. Executive Order 2020-15 Temporary authorization of remote participation in public meetings and hearings and temporary relief from monthly meeting requirements for school boards 
  11. No. 2020-16 Expanding child care access during the COVID-19 emergency
  12. Executive Order No. 2020-17 Temporary restrictions on non-essential medical and dental procedures 
  13. Executive Order No. 2020-18 Enhanced restrictions on price gouging 
  14. Executive Order No. 2020-19 Temporary prohibition against entry to premises for the purpose of removing or excluding a tenant or mobile home owner from their home  
  15. Executive Order No. 2020-20 Temporary restrictions on the use of places of public accommodation 
  16. No. 2020-21  Temporary requirement to suspend activities that are not necessary to sustain or protect life  
  17. No. 2020-22 Extension of county canvass deadlines for the March 10, 2020 Presidential Primary Election  
  18. No. 2020-23 Enhanced Authorization of Remote Means for Carrying out State Administrative Procedures 
  19. No. 2020-24  Temporary expansions in unemployment eligibility and cost-sharing Rescission of Executive Order 2020-10 
  20. No. 2020-25 Temporary enhancements to operational capacity, flexibility, and efficiency of pharmacies 
  21. No. 2020-26  Extension of April 2020 Michigan income tax filing deadlines 
  22. No. 2020-27  Conducting elections on May 5, 2020 using absent voter ballots 
  23. No. 2020-28  Restoring water service to occupied residences during the COVID-19 pandemic  
  24. No. 2020-29  Temporary COVID-19 protocols for entry into Michigan Department of Corrections facilities and transfers to and from Department custody; temporary recommended COVID-19 protocols and enhanced early-release authorization for county jails, local lockups, and juvenile detention centers  
  25. No. 2020-30  Temporary relief from certain restrictions and requirements  governing the provision of medical services  
  26. No. 2020-31 Temporary relief from standard vapor pressure restrictions on gasoline sales 
  27. No. 2020-32  Temporary restrictions on non-essential veterinary services 
  28. No. 2020-33 Expanded emergency and disaster declaration 
  29. No. 2020-34  Temporary restrictions on veterinary services Rescission of Executive Order 2020-32 
  30. No. 2020-35  Provision of K-12 education during the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year

Passed Covid-19 Michigan legislation:

SR 107  Urges US federal government funding of the medical costs which are associated with testing and mandatory hospital stays for coronavirus. 

HB 4729  Provides appropriations for  2019-20 fiscal year which include a sum of $125 million to combat the coronavirus COVID-19. Awaiting Governor Approval.

SB 151  Provides appropriations for various state departments and agencies for dealing with a response to Coronavirus. Awaiting Governor Approval. 

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Michigan:

HB 5630  Provides funding for new Covid-19 reporting requirements. The bill also  requires Department of Health and Human Services to pay for certain costs related to coronavirus. 

HB 5631 Sets aside an appropriation of $10 million from the general fund in order  pay for the costs related to the Coronavirus. 

HB 5633  Would require insurance coverage on treatment for Coronavirus. 

HR 242  UrgesCongress and CDC to fund a response to Coronavirus.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Michigan

Stay at home, starting March 24th

Minnesota executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Emergency Executive Order 20-02 Authorizing and Directing the Commissioner of Education to Temporarily Close Schools to Plan for a Safe Educational Environment
  3. Executive Order 20-03 Protecting Residents of Minnesota Veterans Homes during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency 
  4. Executive Order 20-04 Providing for Temporary Closure of Bars, Restaurants and Other Places of Public Accommodation 
  5. Executive Order 20-05 Providing Immediate Relief to Employers and Unemployed Workers During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency  
  6. Executive Order 20-06 Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations to Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota 
  7. Executive Order 20-07  Providing for State Workforce Needs During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency  
  8. Executive Order 20-08 Clarifying Public Accommodations Subject to Executive Order 20-04  
  9. Executive Order 20-09 Directing Delay of Inpatient and Outpatient Elective Surgery and Procedural Cases during COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency
  10. Executive Order 20-10 Combatting Price Gouging During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency 
  11. Executive Order 20-11 Securing Federal Authority to Continue Human Services Programs During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency 
  12. Executive Order 20-12 Preserving Access to Human Services Programs During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency  
  13. Emergency Executive Order 20-13 Authorizing National Guard Assistance to COVID-19 Response
  14. Emergency Executive Order 20-14 Suspending Evictions and Writs of Recovery During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency 
  15. Emergency Executive Order 20-15 Providing Immediate Relief to Small Businesses During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency 
  16. Emergency Executive Order 20-16 Directing Non-Hospital Entities to Inventory and Preserve Vital Medical Equipment During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency 
  17. Emergency Executive Order 20-17 Clarifying Application of Executive Order 20-09 to Veterinary Surgeries and Procedures 
  18. Emergency Executive Order 20-18 Continuing the Closure of Bars, Restaurants, and Other Places of Public Accommodation 
  19. Emergency Executive Order 20-19  Authorizing and Directing the Commissioner of Education to Implement a Distance Learning Period and Continue to Provide a Safe Learning Environment for Minnesota’s Students 
  20. Emergency Executive Order 20-20 Directing Minnesotans to Stay at Home 
  21. Executive Order 20-21 Clarifying Application of Executive Order 20-07 to Allow for Coverage of Employees of Constitutional Officers 
  22. Executive Order 20-22 Authorizing the State Auditor to Temporarily Suspend Reporting Requirements During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency 
  23. Executive Order 20-23 Authorizing Minnesota Health-Related Licensing Boards to Modify Requirements During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency 
  24. Executive Order 20-24 Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations to Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota 
  25. Executive Order 20-25 Authorizing Peace Officers, Firefighters, and Security-Related Licensing Boards to Modify Requirements During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency  
  26. Executive Order 20-26  Ensuring Continuing Operations of the Medical Cannabis Program during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency  

Passed Covid-19 Minnesota legislation:

SF 4334  Allocates $50 million for deposit in the public health response contingency account as well as an additional $150 million to fund the health care response fund.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Minnesota:

SF 4194  Relating to health law. This bill modifies employee protections related to isolation and quarantine required in response to Coronavirus. 

HF 4415  Requires paid leave to hourly employees for school days canceled due to COVID-19. For the 2019-2020 school year. 

SF 4425  Relates to modifing workers’ compensation and first responder benefits for the safety of firefighters.  

SF 4200  Relates to human services and grants the commissioner of human services some temporary authority relating to a COVID-19 response. 

SF 4194  This bill modifies employee protections related to compliance with isolation and quarantine provisions. 

Stay-at-home order in Place in Minnesota

Stay at home, starting March 27th

Montana executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 3-2020 Amending Executive Order 2-2020 and Providing that the State of Emergency Runs Concurrent with the President’s Emergency Declaration
  3. Directive implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 and providing for measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus
  4. Directive Implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 and providing for measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 via food and beverage services or casinos
  5. Directive Implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 and providing for measures to ease the procurement of medical supplies and hospital space and to ease the transfer of patients with COVID-19 to appropriate medical facilities 
  6. Directive Implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 providing measures for the operation of local government
  7. Directive Implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 extending closures and updating social distancing requirements and guidance
  8. Directive Implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 and providing for measures to implement the 2020 June primary election safely 
  9. Directive Implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 providing measures to stay at home and designating certain essential functions  
  10. Directive Implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 and providing for relief of certain regulatory requirements 
  11. Directive Implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 and providing mandatory quarantine for certain travelers arriving in Montana from another state or country

Passed Covid-19 Montana legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Montana:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Montana

Stay at home, starting March 27th

New Hampshire executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 2020-04 – An order declaring a state of emergency due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
  3. Emergency Order 1 – Temporary remote instruction and support for public K-12 school districts
  4. Emergency Order 2 – Temporary prohibition on scheduled gatherings of 50 or more attendees and onsite beverage consumption
  5. Emergency Order 3 – All providers of electric, gas, water, telephone, cable, VOIP, internet service, and deliverable fuel services will be prohibited from disconnecting or discontinuing service for non-payments for the duration of the State of Emergency
  6. Emergency Order 4 – Landlords will not be allowed to start eviction proceedings for those unable to pay due to their financial situations. To do so would be against the law. All judicial and non-judicial foreclosure actions will also be prohibited during the state of emergency
  7. Emergency Order 5 – Individuals who are unable to work or who have reduced hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic will have immediate access to unemployment benefits. Anyone in the following situations will now be eligible for state unemployment
  8. Emergency Order 6 – Temporary authorization for take-out or delivery beer or wine. All restaurants, diners, bars, saloons, private clubs or any other establishment that have both a restaurant license and on premise license from the New Hampshire liquor commission shall be temporarily authorized to allow for takeout or delivery of beer or wine.
  9. Emergency Order 7 – Temporary modification of data and privacy governance plans.
  10. Emergency Order 8 – Temporary expansion of access to Telehealth Services to protect the public and health care providers
  11. Emergency Order 9 – Establishes the COVID-19 Emergency Healthcare System Relief Fund
  12. Emergency Order 10 – Requiring all sellers of groceries to temporarily transition to use of single use paper or plastic bags.
  13. Emergency Order 11: Temporary authority to perform secure remote online notarization.
  14. Emergency Order 12: Temporary modification of public access to meetings under RSA 91-A.
  15. Emergency Order 13: Temporary allowance for New Hampshire pharmacists and pharmacies to compound and sell hand sanitizer over the counter (“OTC”) and to allow pharmacy technicians to perform non-dispensing tasks remotely.
  16. Emergency Order 14: Temporary authorization for out-of-state pharmacies to act as a licensed mail-order facility within the State of New Hampshire.
  17. Emergency Order 15: Temporary authorization for out of state medical providers to provide medically necessary services and provide services through telehealth.
  18. Emergency Order 16: Temporary prohibition on scheduled gatherings of 10 or more attendees.
  19. Emergency Order 17: Closure of non-essential businesses and requiring Granite Staters to stay at home
  20. Emergency Order 17 Exhibit A
  21. Emergency Orders 18: Temporary modification to Department of Safety Laws and Regulations
  22. Emergency Order 19: Extension of Remote Instruction and Support for Public K-12 Schools
  23. Emergency Order 20: Temporary emergency wage enhancement for New Hampshire Liquor Commission retail employees
  24. Emergency Order 21: Establishment of the COVID-19 Emergency Domestic and Sexual Violence Services Relief Fund
  25. Emergency Order 22: Authorization of emergency funding for child protection services
  26. Emergency Order 23: Temporary modification of municipal and local government statutory requirements
  27. Emergency Order 24: Modification and clarification of Emergency Order #4
  28. Emergency Order 25: Temporary modification of interest penalty for late payment of property taxes
  29. Extension of State of Emergency Declared in Executive Order 2020-04
  30. Emergency Order 26: Extension of Emergency Orders 2, 6, and 16
  31. Emergency Order 27: Restriction of hotels and other lodging providers to provision of lodging for vulnerable populations and essential workers

Stay-at-home order in Place in New Hampshire

Stay at home, starting March 27th

New Jersey executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order No. 102 Executive Order Establish Coronavirus Task Force
  3. Executive Order No. 103 Declares State of Emergency and a Public Health Emergency, Effective Immediately
  4. Executive Order 104 Limits on Gatherings of 50 or more; Closure of all schools, Closure of Racetracks, Casinos, etc. ; Restaurant Restrictions
  5. Executive Order 105 Governor Murphy Announces Changes to Upcoming New Jersey Elections in Response to COVID-19 
  6. Executive Order 106 Governor Murphy Enacts Moratorium on Removals of Individuals Due to Evictions or Foreclosures  
  7. Executive Order 107 Governor Murphy directs all residents to stay at home until further notice 
  8. Executive Order 108 Governor Murphy invalidates any county or municipal restriction that in any way will or might conflict with any of the provisions of Executive Order No. 107  
  9. Executive Order 109 Governor Murphy Suspends All Elective Surgeries, Invasive Procedures to Preserve Essential Equipment and Hospital Capacity 
  10. Executive 110 Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order Requiring Child Care Centers Close on April 1 Unless Serving Children of Essential Workers 
  11. Executive Order 111 Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order Directing Health Care Facilities to Report Data, Including PPE Inventory and Bed Capacity, On a Daily Basis 
  12. Executive Order 112 Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order to Remove Barriers to Health Care Professionals Joining New Jersey’s COVID-19 Response and Provide Protections for Front Line Health Care Responders 
  13. Executive Order 113 Executive Order Authorizing Commandeering of Property Such as Medical Supplies  
  14. Executive Order 114 U.S. and NJ Flags to Fly at Half-Staff Indefinitely

Passed Covid-19 New Jersey legislation:

ACR 165 Urges Department of Human Services to apply for federal waivers in order to facilitate and increase access to SNAP benefits during coronavirus  outbreak.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in New Jersey:

AB 3865  Limits grocery store returns during a state of emergency declared in response to COVID-19. Pending.

AB 3854  Would authorize  licensed health care facilities and laboratories to collect specimens  in order to test for coronavirus and other amendments.

AB 3846  Would create the Temporary Lost Wage Unemployment Program

AJR 158  Urges FCC to take extra temporary measures to secure broadband access for those affected by COVID-19. 

SR 63 Urges mortgage holders to allow forebearance to martgauge holders during Covid-19.

AB 3839  Would create a supplemental appropriation up to $20 million to support school facility cleaning and sanitization. 

AB 3840 Requires school districts to provide school meals or meal vouchers to studentsduring school closures due to COVID-19 epidemic. 

AB 3841 Extends time to file gross income tax or corporation business tax return , if the federal government also does the same.

AB 3844 Legislation concerning businesses affected by Coronavirus.

AB 3843 Affects health insurance coverage and testing of Covid-19.

SB 2234  Would require insurance coverage for testing and treatment of coronavirus disease 2019. 

SB 2307 Would establish sales tax credit and sales tax holiday for portion of state of emergency related to COVID-19 pandemic. 

SB 2233 Would require Medicaid coverage for testing and treatment of coronavirus disease 2019.

AB 3846  Creates the Temporary Lost Wage Unemployment Program.

AB 3860 Establishes certain requirements to use telemedicine and telehealth.

AB 3856 Appropriates $10 million for healthcare and residential facility sanitation due to coronavirus outbreak. 

AB 3848

AB 3847 Would provide paid leave

AB 3845 Allows the Economic Development Authority to make grants during periods of emergency declared by Governor.

Stay-at-home order in Place in New Jersey

Stay at home, starting March 21st

  • Banned 100 people or more from gathering together in areas such as stadiums and auditoriums.

New Mexico executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

Stay-at-home order in Place in New Mexico

Stay at home, starting March 24th

Stay-at-home order in place

May close schools for the remainder for the academic year. Pending

For more laws, go to this link complete list of laws passed in NY.

New York executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Orders 202.3 and 202.4
  3. No. 202.5: Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 
  4. No. 202.6: Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 
  5. No. 202.7: Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 
  6. No. 202.8 Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 
  7. No. 202.9 Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency  
  8. No. 202.10: Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 
  9. No. 202.11: Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 
  10. No. 202.12: Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 
  11. No. 202.13: Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 

 

Passed Covid-19 New York legislation:

SB 8091  Provides certain provisions for employee benefits when an employee is subject to  mandatory or precautionary quarantine or isolation due to coronavirus.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in New York:

AB 10152/SB 8090  Amends the Labor Law; and provides for paid sick leave requirements in response to Covid-19.

SB 8041  Amends volunteer first responders benefit law, in relation to COVID-19 exposure, during a state of emergency. Pending. 

SB 8014  Would provide that certain schools receive tuition payments from the state when the school may be required to close in response to  COVID-19. 

SB 7919  Temporarily expands the definition of “disaster” under state law. This would allow the definition to include a disease outbreak and thus make an appropriation for $40 million from the States accounts. 

Stay-at-home order in Place in New York

Stay at home, starting March 22nd

Schools Closed until May 15th

North Carolina executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order No. 116 Declaration of a State Emergency to Coordinate Response and Protective Actions to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
  3. Executive Order No. 117 Prohibiting the Mass Gatherings and Directing the Statewide Closure of K-12 Public Schools to Limit the Spread of COVID-19
  4. Forthcoming Executive Order will close Restaurants and Bars for Dine-In 
    Executive Order No. 118 Limiting Operations of Restaurants and Bars and Broadening Unemployment Insurance Benefits in Response to COVID-19 
  5. Executive Order No. 119 Facilitating Critical Motor Vehicle Operations and Delegating Authority to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to Waive Regulations in Order to Expand Access to Child Care and Support Local Health Departments  
  6. Executive Order No. 120 Additional Limitations on Mass Gatherings, Restrictions on Venues and Long Term Care Facilities and Extension of School Closure Date 
  7. Executive Order No. 121 Stay at Home Order 
  8. Executive Order No. 122  Donation or Transfer of State Surplus Property to Assist State Agencies, Local Governments and School in Response to Public Health Emergency 
  9. Executive Order No. 124 – Assisting North Carolinians by Prohibiting Utility Shut Offs, Late Fees and Reconnection Fees; Providing Guidance about Restrictions on Evictions and Encouraging Telecommunications Providers, Banks and Mortgage Services to Provide Assistance and Flexibility to Their Customers 
  10. Executive Order No. 125: Authorizing and Encouraging Remote Shareholder Meetings 

Passed Covid-19 North Carolina legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in North Carolina:

Stay-at-home order in Place in North Carolina

Stay at home, starting March 30th

North Dakota executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. Executive Order 2020-03 Declares a State of Emergency in Response to Public Health Crisis of COVID-19
  2. Executive Order 2020-04 Orders Schools to Close for One Week to Slow the Spread of COVID-19
  3. Executive Order 2020-04.1 Amends School Closure Order 
  4. Executive Order 2020-05 Temporarily Suspending Certain Licensure Requirements 
  5. Executive Order 2020-06 Closing Restaurants/Bars On-Site Dining and Recreational Facilities, Health Clubs, Theaters and Entertainment Venues through April 6  
  6. Executive Order 2020-07 Asking State Agencies to Identify State Laws, Rules or Regulations that Hinder or Delay their Ability to Render Maximum Assistance 
  7. Executive Order 2020-08 Requiring Immediate Changes to Unemployment Insurance Process 
  8. Executive Order 2020-09 Expanding Testing Locations, Eliminating Proof-of-Delivery Requirements for Pharmacies and Allowing Pharmacists to Provide Emergency Refills 
  9. Executive Order 2020-10 Giving K-12 School Districts until March 27 to Submit Plans for Resuming Instruction with Age-Appropriate, Distance Learning Methods 
  10. Executive Order 20-11 Suspends In-Person NDDOT Administrative Hearings, Removes Load Restrictions on State Highways 
  11. Executive Order 20-12 Extends Worker’s Compensation to First Responders, Health Workers who Contract COVID-19 
  12. Executive Order 2020-13 Giving Counties the Option of Mail Ballot-Only Elections to Protect Public Health During the Coronavirus Emergency
  13. Executive Order 2020-06.1 Amends COVID-19 Related Business Closure Order to Include Salons, Tattoo, Massage Facilities 
  14. Executive Order 2020-14 Related to Authority of State Health Officer 
  15. Executive Order 2020-15 Suspends Unemployment Taxes Payments, Interest Charges 
  16. Executive Order 2020-10.1 Burgum Amends School Facilities Closure to Accommodate Child Care Needs 
  17. Executive Order 2020-16 Burgum Enables Remote Participation for Public Meetings to Promote Physical Distancing 
  18. Executive Order 2020-17 Burgum Suspends Deadlines for Livestock Auctions, Pesticide Applicators, Public Libraries 
  19. Executive Order 2020-18 Waiving the Mandatory One-Week Waiting Period for Unemployment Benefits 
  20. Executive Order 2020-19 Waives Requirement of Physical Polling Location for School District Elections to Allow Mail Ballot Only
  21. Executive Order 2020-20 Suspends Licensing Requirements for Qualified Respiratory Therapists 

Passed Covid-19 North Dakota legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in North Dakota:

Ohio executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Department of Health Director Ordered Polling Locations Closed for 3/17 Primary 
  3. Director of Health Orders Non-Essential or Elective Surgeries to Cease Effective March 18 
  4. Executive Order 2020-02D The Emergency Amendment of Rules 
  5. Executive Order 2020-03D Lifting Certain Unemployment Compensation Benefit Restrictions 
  6. Executive Order 2020-04D Establishing a Temporary Pandemic Child Care License 
  7. Executive Order 2020-05D Expands Telehealth Services 
  8. Health Director’s Order on Sale of Food and Beverage 
  9. Health Director’s Order on Limited Access to Nursing Homes 
  10. Health Director’s Order to Limit Mass Gatherings 
  11. Governor Orders Temporary Closure of Barbershops, Hair Salons, Nail Salons and Tattoo Parlors 
  12. Health Director’s Order to Cease Business Operations and Close Venues 
  13. Health Director’s Order to Prohibit Adult Day Support or Vocational Habilitation Services in Congregate Setting 
  14. Health Director’s Order to Close Facilities Providing Older Adult Day Care Services and Senior Centers 
  15. Health Director’s Order to Stay at Home Unless Engaged in Essential Work or Activity
  16. Executive Order 2020-06D The Emergency Adoption of Rule 4729-5-30.2 of the Ohio Administrative Code by the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy 
  17. Executive Order 2020-07D The Emergency Adoption of Rule 5101:2-12-02.1, 5101:2-13-02.1 and 5101:2-14-02.1 of the Ohio Administrative Code by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services 
  18. Heath Director’s Order to Close Facilities Providing Child Care Services 
  19. Health Director’s Amended Order to Close Facilities Providing Older Adult Day Care Services and Senior Centers  
  20. Amended Health Director’s Order on School Closures 
  21. Health Director’s Order to Require an Inventory of all Ventilators in Ohio 
  22. EPA Director’s Emergency Order Regarding Public Water Systems 
  23. Executive Order 2020-08D Commercial Evictions and Foreclosures 
  24. Health Director’s Order for Non-Congregate Sheltering to be Utilized Throughout Ohio 
  25. Health Director’s Order to Require an Inventory of all Ventilators in Ohio 
  26. Amended Director’s Stay at Home Order 

Passed Covid-19 Ohio legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Ohio:

HB 557  Authorizes public bodies to host meetings via teleconference and video conference during a public health state of emergency.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Ohio

Stay at home, starting March 23rd

  • Oklahoma suspends state testing for school year.

Oklahoma executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 2020-06 All State Agencies to Take Necessary Steps to Protect Vulnerable Populations
    Amended Executive Order 2020-07 (State of Emergency Declaration)
  3. Executive Order 2020-08 Urging Oklahomans to Follow CDC Guidelines
  4. Third Amended Executive Order 2020-07 Amended to Allow Labs at Oklahoma State University and University of Oklahoma to Conduct COVID-19 testing.
  5. Fourth Amended Executive Order 2020-07 Amended to Issue Statewide “Safer at Home” for Certain Citizens; Limits Gatherings; Postpones Elective Surgeries; Closes Some Businesses 
  6. Fifth Amended Executive Order 2020-07 Places Moratorium on all Out-of-State Travel paid for by the State and Temporarily Relaxes Peace Officer and CLEET Certification Requirements 
  7. Sixth Amended Executive Order 2020-07 Requires Travelers from Six States to Self-Quarantine; Requires Certain Personnel to Submit to Screenings; Protects Health Care Workers from Housing and Childcare Discrimination 
  8. Seventh Amended Executive Order 2020-07 Closing All Non-Essential Businesses; Extending Order to all Counties 
  9. Eighth Amended Executive Order 2020-07 Ensuring Support Staff of Public Schools can be Paid for the Remainder of their Current Contract 
  10. Executive Order 2020-12 Declaring a State Health Emergency 

Passed Covid-19 Oklahoma legislation:

HR 1033  Relates to a declaration of state of emergency.

HCR 1017  Allows legislature to adjourn for longer than 3 days in response to Covid-19.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Oklahoma:

Stay-at-home orders in Place in Oklahoma

No state order, some local orders.

Edmond

Shelter in place, effective March 30

Norman 

Stay at home, effective March 25

Oklahoma City 

Shelter in place, effective March 28

Stillwater 

Shelter in place, effective March 30

Tulsa 

Shelter in place, effective March 28

 

Oregon executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 20-05 Prohibiting Large Gatherings Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak in Oregon
  3. Executive Order 20-07 Prohibiting On-Premises Consumption of Food or Drink  and Gatherings of More than 25 People 
  4. Executive Order 20-08 School Closures and the Provision of School-Based and Child Care Services
  5. Executive Order 20-09 Suspension of In-Person Instructional Activities at Higher Education Institutions in Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak 
  6. Executive Order 20-10 Preserving Personal Protective Equipment and Hospital Beds, Protecting Health Care Workers, Postponing Non-urgent Health Care Procedures, and Restricting Visitation in Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreaks 
  7. Executive Order 20-11 Temporary Moratorium on Residential Evictions for Nonpayment, in Response to Coronavirus 
  8. Executive Order 20-12 Stay Home, Save Lives: Ordering Oregonians to Stay at Home, Closing Specified Retail Businesses, Requiring Social Distancing Measures for Other Public and Private Facilities , and Imposing Requirements for Outdoor Areas and Licensed Childcare Facilities 
  9. Executive Order 20-13 Temporary Moratorium on Certain Evictions and Terminations of Rental Agreements 
  10. Gov. Brown Announces Statewide Initiative to Support Small Businesses 

 

Passed Covid-19 Oregon legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Oregon:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Oregon

Stay at home, starting March 23rd

Pennsylvania executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Governor Ordered all Restaurants and Bars in Allegheny, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties to Close their Dine-In Services for 14 Days
  3. Governor Announced Statewide Mitigation Efforts 
  4. Governor Requests the US Small Business Administration Implement a Disaster Delcaration 
  5. Governor Orders Closure of Non-Life-Sustaining Businesses 
  6. Secretary of Health’s Stay at Home Order 
  7. Governor’s Amended Stay at Home Order 
  8. Secretary of Health’s Amended Stay at Home Order 
  9. Gov. Wolf Announces Funding for Small Businesses through the new COVID-19 Working Capital Access Program 
  10. Gov. Wolf Urges FDA to Waive Eligibility Requirements for the Emergency Food Assistance Program 
  11. Governor’s Amended Stay at Home Order 
  12. Secretary of Health’s Amended Stay at Home Order 
  13. Governor’s Amended Stay at Home Order – Now Includes 33 Counties 

Passed Covid-19 Pennsylvania legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Pennsylvania:

HR 834  Amends House of Representative’s Rules of Procedure

Stay-at-home order in Place in Pennsylvania

State-wide starting April 1st

 

  • Residents encouraged to follow Covid-19 sanitation protocols.
  • Gatherings of 250+ people are being advised to cancel.

Rhode Island executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 20-04 Second Supplemental Declaration – Restaurants, Bars, Entertainment Venues, and Public Gatherings 
  3. Executive Order 20-05 Third Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Public Meetings and Public Records Requests 
  4. Executive Order 20-06 Fourth Supplemental Declaration – Expanding Access to Telemedicine Services
  5. Executive Order 20-07 Fifth Supplemental Declaration – Extension of Time for Weapon and Firearm Background Checks
  6. Executive Order 20-08 Sixth Supplemental Declaration – Economic Support for Restaurants, Bars and Establishments that Offer Food
  7. Executive Order 20-09 Seventh Supplemental Declaration –  Public Gatherings, Close-Contact Businesses, Public Recreation and Business Service Providers
  8. Executive Order 20-10 Eighth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Quarantine Restrictions on Domestic Air Travelers
  9. Executive Order 20-11 Ninth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Delaying the Primary Elections and Preparing for a Predominantly Mail Ballot Election
  10. Executive Order 20-12 Tenth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Quarantine Restrictions on Travelers from New York State 
  11. Executive Order 20-13 Eleventh Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Staying At Home, Reducing Gatherings, Certain Retail Business Closures and Further Quarantine Provisions 

  12. Executive Order 20-14 Amended Eleventh Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Staying At Home, Reducing Gatherings, Certain Retail Business Closures and Further Quarantine Provisions 

  13. Executive Order 20-15 Twelfth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Extension of Executive Orders on the Operation of Food Establishments and Close Contact Businesses 

Passed Covid-19 Rhode Island legislation:

SR 2770  Requests that President Trump declare a National Emergency in regards to Covid-19.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Rhode Island:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Rhode Island

Stay at home, starting March 28rd

South Carolina executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order No. 2020-06 Declaring State of Emergency in Response to COVID-19
  3. Executive Order No. 2020-07 Declaring State of Emergency in Response to COVID-19
  4. Executive Order No. 2020-08 Declaring State of Emergency in Response to COVID-19
    Executive Order No. 2020-09 Closing Schools, Other Provisions in Response to COVID-19
  5. Executive Order No. 2020-10 Closing Dine-In Restaurants and Other Provisions in Response to COVID-19
  6. Executive Order 2020-11 Regarding Working from Home for State Employees; Unemployment Claims 
  7. Executive Order 2020-12 Allows Restaurants to Include Sealed Containers of Beer and Wine for Curbside Pickup or To-Go Orders 
  8. Executive Order 2020-13 Authorizing Law Enforcement to Maintain Order, Ensure Public Safety, and Preserve Public Health During the State of Emergency 
  9. Executive Order 2020-14 Self-Quarantine for Individuals from High-Risk Areas
  10. Executive Order 2020-15  State of Emergency Due to COVID-19 Pandemic 
  11. Executive Order 2020-16 Closure of Public Access Points to State’s Beaches, Public Boat Ramps, Landings and Other Access Points to State’s Waterways 
  12. Executive Order 2020-17 Orders the Closure of Non-Essential Businesses 
  13. Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation Extends Renewal Deadlines 

Passed Covid-19 South Carolina legislation:

HB 4014 Appropriates $45 million to the Executive Budget Office for use by the Department of Health and Environmental Control for the state in order to response to coronavirus.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in South Carolina:

HB 5419  Prohibits magistrate or circuit courts from pursuing an eviction proceeding for nonpayment of rent within a certain number of days grace period. 

SB 1161  Requires individual and group health insurance plans, as well as state health plans to waive cost sharing requirements which would be associated with testing for COVID-19.

HB 5417 Prevents the US Congress from increasing federal unemployment taxes until a specified date.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Oregon

Some local orders

Charleston

Stay at home, starting March 26

Columbia

Stay at home, starting March 29

South Dakota executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Gov. Noem Statement Regarding Coronavirus in South Dakota
  3. Gov. Noem Works to Activate Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Fund Program in South Dakota
  4. Executive Order 2020-06 Extends Order for all Non-Essential Government Personnel to Work from Home 
  5. Executive Order 2020-07 COVID-19 Medical Assistance 
  6. Executive Order 2020-08 COVID-19 Personal, Business and Healthcare Precautions 
  7. Executive Order 2020-09 Extends Order for all Non-Essential Government Personnel to Work from Home 
  8. Executive Order 2020-10 COVID-19 Temporary Suspensions 

Passed Covid-19 South Dakota legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in South Dakota:

Tennessee executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 14 AN ORDER SUSPENDING PROVISIONS OF CERTAIN STATUTES AND RULES IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE TREATMENT AND CONTAINMENT OF COVID-19
  3. Executive Order 15 AN ORDER SUSPENDING PROVISIONS OF CERTAIN STATUTES AND RULES AND TAKING OTHER NECESSARY MEASURES IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE TREATMENT AND CONTAINMENT OF COVID-19
  4. Executive Order 16 AN ORDER ENSURING GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO FUNCTION OPENLY AND TRANSPARENTLY DURING THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY WHILE TAKING APPROPRIATE MEASURES TO PROTECT THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF CITIZENS AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
  5. Executive Order 17 AN ORDER TO MITIGATE THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 BY LIMITING SOCIAL GATHERINGS, DINE-IN SERVICE, AND GYM USE, AND EXPOSURE AT NURSING AND RETIREMENT HOMES, AND PROVIDING FLEXIBILITY FOR RESTAURANTS REGARDING THE SALE OF ALCOHOL
  6. Gov. Lee Establishes COVID-19 Unified Command
  7. Executive Order 18 AN ORDER TO REDUCE THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 BY LIMITING NON-EMERGENCY HEALTHCARE PROCEDURES
  8. Executive Order 19 AN ORDER AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 15 SUSPENDING PROVISIONS OF CERTAIN STATUTES AND RULES AND TAKING OTHER NECESSARY MEASURES IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE TREATMENT AND CONTAINMENT OF COVID-19
  9. Executive Order 20 AN ORDER AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 15 SUSPENDING PROVISIONS OF CERTAIN STATUTES AND RULES AND TAKING OTHER NECESSARY MEASURES IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE TREATMENT AND CONTAINMENT OF COVID-19 
  10. Executive Order 21 AN ORDER AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 17 TO FURTHER MITIGATE THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 BY LIMITING NON-ESSENTIAL SERVICES AND GATHERINGS 
  11. Executive Order 22 AN ORDER DIRECTING TENNESSEANS TO STAY HOME UNLESS ENGAGING IN ESSENTIAL ACTIVITIES TO LIMIT THEIR EXPOSURE TO AND SPREAD OF COVID-19 
  12. Executive Order 23 AN ORDER AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 22, REQUIRING TENNESSEANS TO STAY HOME UNLESS ENGAGING IN ESSENTIAL ACTIVITY OR ESSENTIAL SERVICES 

Passed Covid-19 Tennessee legislation:

SJR 1265 Urges the General Assembly to provide  funding to children with no more public school due to coronavirus who are in need of food. 

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Tennessee:

HB 2818  Allows a waiver of a state board rule or statute that would otherwise hinder a local education agency’s ability to meet a goal due to the outbreak of Covid-19. 

HB 2815  Pertains to the governing body of the city of Crossville. In order to allow  public meetings held by electronic or other means, as necessary to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

HB 2915 Bill would enact the Coronavirus Public Protection Act of 2020.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Tennessee

Stay at home, starting March 31st

Stay-at-home order in place

  • March 19th, Texas Governor closes schools bars, and says Texans should avoid gatherings of 10 or more.

Texas executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Gov. Abbott Declares State of Disaster in Texas Due to COVID-19
  3. Gov. Abbott Waives Certain State Trucking Regulations to Expedite Delivery of Resources Around Texas
  4. Gov. Abbott Fast Tracks Licensing for Out-of-State Medial Professionals
  5. Gov. Abbott Waives Laws to Allow Trucks from Alcohol Industry to Deliver Grocery Supplies
  6. Gov. Abbott Waives Regulations to Ensure Students in Work Study Programs Receive Critical Funding During School Closures
  7. Gov. Abbott Waives STAAR Testing Requirements
  8. Gov. Abbott Allows Virtual and Telephonic Open Meetings to Maintain Government Transparency
  9. Gov. Abbott Waives Certain Vehicle Registration, Titling and Parking Placard Regulations 
    Executive Order GA-8 Regarding Social Gatherings, Closure of Restaurants, Bars, Gyms and Schools 
    Health Commissioner’s Declaration of Public Health Disaster 
  10. Gov. Abbott Waives Health Care Fees for Incarcerated Texans 
  11. Texas Supreme Court Suspends Residential Eviction Proceedings 
  12. Gov. Abbott Waives Regulations to Support Pharmacy Operations 
  13. Gov. Abbott Takes Action to Expand Nursing Workforce 
  14. Executive Order GA-09 Relating to Hospital Capacity During the COVID-19 Disaster 
  15. Gov. Abbott Requests Major Disaster Declaration from White House 
  16. Gov. Abbott Authorizes Restaurants to Sell Bulk Retail Product to the Public 
  17. Executive Order to Strengthen Reporting Capabilities 
  18. Executive Order GA-11 Relating to Airport Screening and Self-Qyarantine During the COVID-19 Disaster 
  19. Gov. Abbott Removes Licensing Barriers for Advance Practice Registered Nurses 
  20. Executive Order GA-12 Relating to Roadway Screening and Self-Quarantine During the COVID-19 Disaster 
  21. Executive Order GA-13 Relating to Detention in County and Municipal Jails During the COVID-19 Disaster 
  22. Executive Order GA-14 Relating to Statewide Continuity of Essential Services and Activities During the COVID-19 Disaster 
  23. Gov. Abbott Proclamation Regarding Fort Worth Crime CPD Elections 
  24. Gov. Abbott Suspends Regulations to Increase EMS, First Responder Workforce 

 

Passed Covid-19 Texas legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Texas:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Texas

State-wide Order Effective April 2nd

Utah executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Utah Executive Order 2020-1 Declaring a State of Emergency
    Recommendations on slowing the spread of COVID-19
  3. Statement on Statewide Closure of Public Schools
  4. Governor Announces Recommendations to Help Slow the Spread of Novel Coronavirus
  5. Executive Order 2020-2 Supending the Enforcement of Code Due to COVID-19 
  6. Executive Order 2020-3 Temporarily Suspending Utah Code Regarding Public Access to Board of Pardons & Parole Hearings 
  7. Executive Order 2020-4 Temporarily Suspending Utah Code Regarding Liquor Returns, Refunds and Exchanges 
  8. Executive Order 2020-5 Suspending the Enforcement of Provisions of Utah Code  and Related State Agency Orders Due to COVID-19 
  9. Department of Health and Governor Order Restaurants and Bars to  Suspend Dine-In Services for Two Weeks 
  10. Governor Issues Executive Orders to Help Government Function Optimally Amid Adjustments to Slow Spread of COVID-19 
  11. State Public Health Order Restricting Non-Urgent Medical Procedures 
  12. Executive Order 2020-07 Suspending Enforcement of Statutes Relating to Telehealth Services 
  13. Executive Order 2020-08 Suspending Certain Provisions of the Utah Election Code Regarding Signature Gathering 
  14. Executive Order 2020-10 Suspending the Enforcement of a Statute Related to the Industrial Assistance Account 
  15. State Public Health Order Extending Dine-In Restaurant Closures  
  16. Executive Order 2020-11 Suspending Certain Statutes Governing Eviction Proceedings 
  17. Executive Order 2020-12 Temporarily Suspending Residential Evictions of Individuals Experiencing Wage or Job Loss as a Result of COVID-19 

Passed Covid-19 Utah legislation:

HJR 24  Continues the state of emergency due to COVID-19.

HB 494  Allows Department of Administrative Services to transfer money to other departments, or agencies for the purposes of providing a state response to the coronavirus. Awaiting Governor approval. 

HB 3  Part of a larger appropriations bill, which includes a one-time appropriation of up to$24 million to the Department of Administrative Services. Strictly for the purpose of responding to a disease. Awaiting Governor approval.

SCR 8  Expresses support for the Chinese people in response to Covid-19. Awaiting Governor approval.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Utah:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Utah

County Level Orders

Salt Lake County 

Stay at home, starting March 30

Summit County 

Stay at home, starting March 27

 

  • Vermont house unanimously passes emergency response, the 47 page proposal was attached to H 742.
  • Ban on gatherings of 250 people or more.

Vermont executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 01-20 Declaration of State of Emergency in Response to COVID-10 and National Guard Call-Out
  3. Addendum to Executive Order 01-20
  4. Addendum to Executive Order 01-20 – Restricts gatherings to less than 50 people; Closure of Dine-In for Restaurants and Bars 
  5. Gubernatorial Directive on Provision of Services to Children of Essential Persons During Closure Period in Response to COVID-19
  6. Gubernatorial Directive 3 – Department of Motor Vehicles Suspension of In-Person Transactions 
  7. Gubernatorial Directive 4 – Department of Liquor and Lottery – Malt and Vinous Product Delivery and Take Out 
  8. Addendum 3 to Executive Order 01-20 Suspension of all Non-Essential Adult Elective Surgery and Medical and Surgical Procedures 
  9. Addendum 5 to Executive Order 01-20 Order to Work From Home for all Businesses and Non-Profits 
  10. Addendum 6 to Executive Order 01-20 Stay Home/Stay Safe 
  11. Gubernatorial Directive 5 – Continuity of Learning Plan 
  12. Addendum 7 to Executive Order 01-20 Quarantine Restrictions on Travelers Arriving in Vermont 

Passed Covid-19 Vermont legislation:

HR 15 Requests the federal government refrain from arresting or detaining individuals due to their immigration status within any healthcare setting.

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Vermont:

HB 681  Relates to employer registration for unemployment insurance and includes benefits for quarantined employees and family members.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Vermont

Stay at home, starting March 25th

Breaking News

Executive order 53 closed all public schools for the academic year.

Virginia executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Health Emergency Order Prohibiting More than 10 Patrons in Restaurants, Fitness Centers and Theaters 
  3. Gov. Northam Announces Additional Actions to Address COVID-19 
  4. Executive Order 52 Increases in Hospital Bed Capacity in Response to Novel Coronavirus  
  5. Amended Order of the Governor and State Health Commissioner Declaration of Public Health Emergency 
  6. Executive Order 53 Temporary Restrictions on Restaurants, Recreational, Entertainment, Gatherings, Non-essential Retail Businesses, and Closure of K-12 Schools Due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)  
  7. Order of Public Health Emergency Two 
  8. Executive Order 54 Delegation of Authority to Commissioner of the Virginia Employment Commission 
  9. Executive Order 55 Temporary Stay at Home Order Due to Novel Coronavirus 

Passed Covid-19 Virginia legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Virginia:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Virginia

Stay at home, starting March 30st

12 inmates escape from Washington jail amid self-isolation.

Washington executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Proclaiming a State of Emergency, February 29
  3. Proclaiming an amendment to the State of Emergency, March 10
  4. Proclaiming additional amendments to the State of Emergency, March 11
  5. Proclamation for COVID-19 School Closures
  6. Proclamation for Statewide K-12 School Closures
  7. Proclamation for Long-Term Care Workers
  8. Proclamation for Gatherings Amendment
  9. Proclamation for College Closures
  10. Proclamation for Closure of Food and Beverage Services/Limiting Areas of Congregation
  11. Governor Signs COVID-19 Bill Package
    Amending Proclamation 20-05 Restrictions on Non Urgent Medical Procedures 
  12. Governor Requests the U.S.S. Mercy to be Sent to the Puget Sound 
  13. Governor Requests Federal Major Disaster Declaration
  14. Proclamation for State Home – Stay Healthy 
  15. Proclamation for Moratorium on Evictions 
  16. Proclamation for Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act 
  17. Proclamation Waiving Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board Penalties 
  18. Proclamation on Telemedicine 
  19. Proclamation on Unemployment Benefits Job Search Requirements 
  20. Proclamation on Childcare, Background Checks Governor Issues Stay Safe, Stay Home Directive 
  21. Proclamation on Health Care Worker Licensing 
  22. Proclamation on Child Visitation and Remedial Services 
  23. Proclamation on State Auditor Financial Reports Filing 
  24. Proclamation on Department of Corrections – Community Custody Violations 
  25. Proclamation on Department of Health – Health Care Facilities and Hand Sanitizer
  26. Proclamation on Department of Social & Health Services – Facilities
    Proclamation on Post-Retirement Employment 
    Proclamation 20-25.1 Extending Stay Home – Stay Healthy Order 

 

Passed Covid-19 Washington legislation:

SB 6189  Establishes and clarifies school employees  benefits during quarantine or school closures due to COVID-19. 

SB 6248  Makes appropriations as well as authorizes expenditures for capital improvements, which include an appropriation for the Poison Center Emergency Response to COVID-19. 

SR 8702  Encourages healthy practices which can reduce the spread of infectious diseases in Washington state.

HB 2739 Adjusts requirements of the shared leave program. This includes a provision of shared leave for employees in isolation or as a result of quarantine due to COVID-19.

HB 2965  Appropriates $175 million from the state’s budget to the state’s disaster response account. The bill allows for dispersal to disaster managment to state and local agencies in order to respond to the coronavirus outbreak. As well as an additional $25 million for expenditure into the COVID-19 unemployment account. 

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Washington:

SB 6696  Sets expenditures for catastrophic events.

Stay-at-home order in Place in Washington

Stay at home, starting March 23rd

West Virginia executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared Proclamation on state preparedness
  2. Announcement of statewide school closures
  3. Governor Announces Closure of Restaurants and Bars 
  4. Executive Oder 2-20 
  5. Executive Order 3-20 Closure of Gyms and Recreational Facilities 
  6. Executive Order 4-20 Providing Unemployment Benefits 
  7. Executive Order 5-20 Declaring Counties Have Authority to Evaluate Courthouse Services 
  8. Executive Order 6-20 Closure of Barbershops and Salons 
  9. Executive Order 7-20 Suspending Specified Statutory Regulations for the Duration of the State of Emergency  
  10. Executive Order 8-20 Statewide Closure of all State Park Lodges and Closure of Hatfield McCoy Trail to the General Public 
  11. Executive Order 9-20 Declare And Order: Stay At Home Or Your Place Of Residence; Non-Essential Businesses And Operations Must Temporarily Cease Operations; Essential Businesses And Operations Shall Continue To Operate; Prohibited Activities; Avoid Social Gatherings 
  12. Gov. Justice Appoints Clay Marsh as COVID-19 Czar 
  13. Executive Order 10-20 Declare and Order that the Listed Statutory Regulations are to be Suspended for the Duration of the State of Emergency; and Declare and Order the Listed Paragraphs of Executive Order No. 7-20 are Amended 
  14. Executive Order 11-20 Declare the Listed Statutory Regulations are to be Suspended for the Duration of the State of Emergency; and to Amend Paragraph 5 of Executive Order No. 7-20 
  15. Executive Order 12-20 Declare and Order that the Listed Statutory Regulations are to be Reinstated Immediately 
  16. Executive Order 13-20 Declare and Order the Suspension of Listed Statutory Regulations Regarding Taxes 
  17. Executive Order 14-20 All State Park Campgrounds Shall Be Closed; That All Individuals Who Are Traveling From Areas With Substantial Spread Of Covid-19 Are Required To Isolate For 14 Days Upon Entry To WV 
  18. Executive Order 15-20 Declare and Order that all Private Campgrounds Shall be Closed to Any New Arrivals to Such Private Campgrounds who Have Traveled from Outside of West Virginia, with Listed Exceptions 
  19. Executive Order 16-20 Declare and Order that All Elective Medical Procedures are Hereby Prohibited 
  20. Executive Order 17-20 Declare and Order that the Listed Statutory Regulations are to be Suspended for the Duration of the State of Emergency 
  21. Executive Order 18-20 Declare and Order that the Primary Election Scheduled for May 12, 2020 Shall be Moved to June 9, 2020 
  22. Executive Order 19-20 Declare and Order that the Listed Regulatory Statues are Suspended for the Duration of the State of Emergency  

Passed Covid-19 West Virginia legislation:

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in West Virginia:

Stay-at-home order in Place in West Virginia

Stay at home, starting March 24th

Wisconsin executive orders passed due to coronavirus:

  1. State of Emergency declared
  2. Executive Order 72, Relating to Declaring a Health Emergency in Response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus
  3. Order for Statewide School Closure
  4. Department of Health Services Secretary Prohibits Gatherings of 50 or More 
  5. Department of Health Emergency Order #5 Prohibiting Mass Gatherings of 10 People or More
  6. Emergency Order #6 Restricting the Size of Child Care Settings 
  7. Emergency Order #7 to the Department of Workforce Development Regarding Unemployment Insurance 
  8. Emergency Order #8 Updated Mass Gathering Ban 
  9. Emergency Order #9 Order to the Department of Corrections 
  10. Emergency Order #10 Department of Public Instruction Administrative Rule Suspension and Emergency 
  11. Emergency Order #11 Public Service Commission Administrative Rules Suspension SUSPENSIONS
  12. Emergency Order #12 Safer at Home Order 
  13. Gov. Evers Launches Wisconsin’s COVID-19 PPE Program 
  14. Emergency Order #13 Order to the Department of Workforce Development Regarding Minor Work Permits 
  15. Emergency Order #14 Relating to Extending the Department of Transportation Emergency Permits to Assist wit Grocery Supply Efforts 
  16. Emergency Order #15 Temporary Ban on Evictions and Foreclosures 
  17. Emergency Order #16 Relating to Certain Health Care Providers and the Department of Safety and Professional Services Credentialing 
  18. Emergency Order #17 Department of Natural Resources Administrative Rule Suspension 
  19. Emergency Order #18 Relating to Department of Children and Families Administrative Rule Suspensions 
  20. Emergency Order #19 Appropriate Use Of COVID-19 Information by Law Enforcement Agencies, First Responders, and Public Safety Workers 
  21. Executive Order #73 Relating to a Special Session of the Legislature to Provide for an All-Mail Spring Election and Special Election for the 7th Congressional District during the COVID-19 Pandemic 
  22. Emergency Order #20 Relating to Modification of Emergency Order # 16  
  23. Emergency Order #21 Relating to the Department of Health Services Administrative Rule Suspensions and Order  

Passed Covid-19 Wisconsin legislation:

Stay-at-home order in Place in Wisconsin

Stay at home, starting March 25th

Pending Covid-19 bills and legislation in Wisconsin:

What Schools are Closed Due to Coronavirus (Covid-19)?

The following table lists all school closures by state due to coronavirus.

  Closure Start
Closure End Local Information
Alabama March 18th April 6th* Alabama School Closings & Delays
Alaska March 16th March 30th* Alaska School Closings and Delays
Arizona March 16th March 30th* Arizona School Closures and Delays
Arkansas March 16th March 30th* Arkansas School Closures and Delays
California March 16th March 30th* California School Closures and Delays
Colorado March 18th April 13th* Colorado School Closures and Delays
Connecticut March 16th March * Connecticut School Closures and Delays
Delaware March 16th March 30th* Delaware School Closures and Delays
Florida Varies on district March 30th* Florida School Closings & Delays
Georgia March 17th March 30th* Georgia School Closures and Delays
Hawaii March 17th March 30th* Hawaii School Closures and Delays
Idaho Tuesday March 18th March 30th* Idaho School Closings & Delays
Illinois Tuesday March 17th March 30th* Illinois School Closings & Delays
Indiana March 17th March 30th* Indiana School Closings and Delays
Iowa March 17th March 30th* Iowa School Closings and Delays
Kansas March 13th * Kansas
School Closings & Delays
Kentucky March 13th April 3rd* Kentucky
School Closings & Delays
Louisiana March 16th April 13th* Louisiana School Closings & Delays
Maryland March 16th March 27th* Maryland School Closings & Delays
Massachusetts March 16th March 27th* Massachusetts School Closings and Delays
Michigan March 13th April 5th* Schools Closed for School Year
Minnesota March 17th March 27th* Minnesota School Closings and delays
Mississippi March 20th April 15th Executive Order 1460 All Schools Closed
Missouri March 18th April 3rd* Executive Order 1460 All Schools Closed
Montana March 17th March 27th* Montana School Closings and Delays
Nebraska March 13th * Nebraska School Closures and Delays
Nevada March 13th * Nevada School Closures and Delays
New Hampshire March 13th March 27th* New Hampshire School Closures and Delays
New Mexico March 13th April 5th* New Mexico School Closings & Delays
New York March 16th April 20th* New York School Closures and Delays
North Carolina March 13th May 15th* North Carolina School Closings & Delays
North Dakota March 17th March 20th* North Dakota School Closings and Delays
Ohio March 13th April 3rd* Ohio School Closings & Delays
Oklahoma March 16th April 6rd* Oklahoma School Closings & Delays
Oregon March 16th March 31st* Oregon School Closings & Delays
Pennsylvania March 16th March 30th* Pennsylvania School Closings & Delays
Rhode Island March 16th March 20th* Rhode Island School Closings & Delays
South Carolina March 13th March 27th* South Carolina School Closings & Delays
South Dakota March 13th March 27th* South Dakota School Closings & Delays
Tennessee March 20th March 30th* Tennessee School Closings & Delays
Texas March 19th * Texas School Closings & Delays
South Dakota March 13th March 20th* South Dakota School Closings & Delays
Utah March 13th March 27th* Utah School Closings & Delays
Vermont March 13th March 20th* Closed for School Year
Virginia March 13th Closed for School year All schools closed remainder of year Executive order 53.
Washington March 17th April 24th* Washington School Closings & Delays
West Virginia March 13th * West Virginia School Closings & Delays
Wisconsin March 18th April 6th* Wisconsin School Closings & Delays
Wyoming March 16th April 5th* Wyoming School Closings & Delays
*Date indefinite or subject to change, and may vary by district.

What Schools are Closed Due to Coronavirus (Covid-19)?

The following table lists all school closures by state due to coronavirus.

  Closure Start
Closure End Local Information
Alabama March 18th April 6th* Alabama School Closings & Delays
Alaska March 16th March 30th* Alaska School Closings and Delays
Arizona March 16th March 30th* Arizona School Closures and Delays
Arkansas March 16th March 30th* Arkansas School Closures and Delays
California March 16th March 30th* California School Closures and Delays
Colorado March 18th April 13th* Colorado School Closures and Delays
Connecticut March 16th March * Connecticut School Closures and Delays
Delaware March 16th March 30th* Delaware School Closures and Delays
Florida Varies on district March 30th* Florida School Closings & Delays
Georgia March 17th March 30th* Georgia School Closures and Delays
Hawaii March 17th March 30th* Hawaii School Closures and Delays
Idaho Tuesday March 18th March 30th* Idaho School Closings & Delays
Illinois Tuesday March 17th March 30th* Illinois School Closings & Delays
Indiana March 17th March 30th* Indiana School Closings and Delays
Iowa March 17th March 30th* Iowa School Closings and Delays
Kansas March 13th * Kansas
School Closings & Delays
Kentucky March 13th April 3rd* Kentucky
School Closings & Delays
Louisiana March 16th April 13th* Louisiana School Closings & Delays
Maryland March 16th March 27th* Maryland School Closings & Delays
Massachusetts March 16th March 27th* Massachusetts School Closings and Delays
Michigan March 13th April 5th* Schools Closed for School Year
Minnesota March 17th March 27th* Minnesota School Closings and delays
Mississippi March 20th April 15th Executive Order 1460 All Schools Closed
Missouri March 18th April 3rd* Executive Order 1460 All Schools Closed
Montana March 17th March 27th* Montana School Closings and Delays
Nebraska March 13th * Nebraska School Closures and Delays
Nevada March 13th * Nevada School Closures and Delays
New Hampshire March 13th March 27th* New Hampshire School Closures and Delays
New Mexico March 13th April 5th* New Mexico School Closings & Delays
New York March 16th April 20th* New York School Closures and Delays
North Carolina March 13th May 15th* North Carolina School Closings & Delays
North Dakota March 17th March 20th* North Dakota School Closings and Delays
Ohio March 13th April 3rd* Ohio School Closings & Delays
Oklahoma March 16th April 6rd* Oklahoma School Closings & Delays
Oregon March 16th March 31st* Oregon School Closings & Delays
Pennsylvania March 16th March 30th* Pennsylvania School Closings & Delays
Rhode Island March 16th March 20th* Rhode Island School Closings & Delays
South Carolina March 13th March 27th* South Carolina School Closings & Delays
South Dakota March 13th March 27th* South Dakota School Closings & Delays
Tennessee March 20th March 30th* Tennessee School Closings & Delays
Texas March 19th * Texas School Closings & Delays
South Dakota March 13th March 20th* South Dakota School Closings & Delays
Utah March 13th March 27th* Utah School Closings & Delays
Vermont March 13th March 20th* Closed for School Year
Virginia March 13th Closed for School year All schools closed remainder of year Executive order 53.
Washington March 17th April 24th* Washington School Closings & Delays
West Virginia March 13th * West Virginia School Closings & Delays
Wisconsin March 18th April 6th* Wisconsin School Closings & Delays
Wyoming March 16th April 5th* Wyoming School Closings & Delays
*Date indefinite or subject to change, and may vary by district.

State-to-State Travel Ban

At this time there is no federal ban on state to state travel. Although some jobs and military members may have travel restrictions from their employers.

There are some local travel bans such as a temporary ban on non-residence to the Outer Banks.

If you feel like your rights have been violated, contact a lawyer immediately.

What Schools are Closed Due to Coronavirus (Covid-19)?

The following table lists all school closures by state due to coronavirus.

  Closure Start
Closure End Local Information
Alabama March 18th Closed for School Year Closed for School Year
Alaska March 16th May 1st  
Arizona March 16th Closed for School Year Closed for School Year
Arkansas March 16th April 17th  
California March 16th *  
Colorado March 18th April 30th  
Connecticut March 16th April 20th*  
Delaware March 16th May 15th  
Florida Varies on district *  
Georgia March 17th Closed for School Year Closed for School Year
Hawaii March 17th April 30th  
Idaho Tuesday March 18th April 20th*  
Illinois Tuesday March 17th April 30th  
Indiana March 17th Closed for school year Closed for School Year
Iowa March 17th April 30th  
Kansas March 13th April 30th Closed for School Year
Kentucky March 13th *  
Louisiana March 16th April 30th  
Maryland March 16th April 24th  
Maine April 1st May 1st Maine School Closings and Delays
Massachusetts March 16th May 1st  
Michigan March 13th Closed for school year Schools Closed for School Year
Minnesota March 17th May 4th  
Mississippi March 20th Closed for school year Executive Order 1460 All Schools Closed
Missouri March 18th April 24th Executive Order 1460 All Schools Closed
Montana March 17th April 10th  
Nebraska March 13th *  
Nevada March 13th April 30th  
New Hampshire March 13th May 4th  
New Mexico March 13th Closed for School Year Closed for School Year
New York March 16th April 15th  
North Carolina March 13th May 15th  
North Dakota March 17th *  
Ohio March 13th May 1st  
Oklahoma March 16th Closed for school year Closed for School Year
Oregon March 16th April 28th  
Pennsylvania March 16th *  
Rhode Island March 16th April 30th  
South Carolina March 13th April 30th  
South Dakota March 13th *  
Tennessee March 20th *  
Texas March 19th May 4th  
Utah March 13th May 1st  
Vermont March 13th Closed for School Year Closed for School Year
Virginia March 13th Closed for School year All schools closed remainder of year Executive order 53.
Washington March 17th April 24th  
West Virginia March 13th April 30th  
Wisconsin March 18th April 23rd  
Wyoming March 16th April 30th  
*Date indefinite or subject to change, and may vary by district.

Travel impacted by Coronavirus, covid-19 travel restrictions.

International Travel Bans Enacted Due to Coronavirus(Covid-19)

The United States has enacted multiple travel bans that have taken place over the recent Coronavirus spread. If you are stuck overseas, or have other legal issues, contact a lawyer today.

As of March 20th

Travel to Mexico and Canada will be restricted to “essential” travel only.

March 16th

On March 16th the European travel ban will expand to foreign nationals traveling out of the United Kingdom and Ireland

March 13th

As of March 13th, any American citizens and permanent residents that are traveling back from any high-risk areas are to only travel back to the United States through following airports. There they will be tested for Covid-19…

  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Georgia (ATL)
  • Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey (EWR)
  • Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Texas (DFW)
  • Boston-Logan International Airport, Massachusetts (BOS)
  • Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Illinois (ORD)
  • Los Angeles International Airport, California (LAX)
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York (JFK)
  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Washington (SEA)
  • Washington-Dulles International Airport, Virginia (IAD)
  • Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Michigan (DTW)
  • Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, Hawaii (HNL)
  • Miami International Airport, Florida (MIA)
  • San Francisco International Airport, California (SFO)

March 11th

Any foreign nationals that have visited the following countries within the past 14 days are barred from visiting the U.S. for at least 30 days. This is subject to change based on the track of the virus…

  • China
  • Iran
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • And Other European Countries in the Schengen Area (Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland)

As of March 13th a military travel ban will also come into effect. This ban prevents those in the military, and their families, from traveling within the United States unless otherwise allowed to do so. This ban has been enacted to prevent the spread of Coronavirus and to limit those with high clearance from entering areas such as the Pentagon.

Covid-19 Self-Quarantines by State

Current “quarantines” in the US are voluntary or restrictive to businesses. A few states have mandated “quarantines” or restricted nonessential businesses.

Please search laws by state menu above. If you have a tip we missed, email us here.

If your city or state has mandated a quarantine, and you feel your rights have been violated, contact a lawyer immediately.

Disclaimer– Due to the nature of constantly changing information we make no guarantees about the accuracy of information. With 50 states to track, its nearly impossible, but we are doing our best! Please see sources for more information about each state.

More Resources

Due to the massive nature of the laws being passed, we can’t keep up with everything. Here are more resources to help you find what you need about Covid-19: