Alabama Gov Kay Ivey replaces Stay-at-Home orders with Safer-at-Home orders
Today Alabama Governor Kay Ivey held a press conference to address the re-opening of Alabama when stay-at-home orders expire, Thursday at 5. See the chart below for more details.
Up to 10 people can gather together as long as they keep proper distance (6 feet). Beaches will be re-opened but beachgoers are encouraged to keep the social distancing. People are also encouraged to wear a face cover, but not required to, except in Birmingham.
Most businesses can open with some restrictions, all retail stores can open but only 50% occupancy. Restaurants are still curbside, delivery or take out.
Close contact service providers, churches, entertainment venues, athletic faciliities and public schools will still be closed.
Alabamians, let me be abundantly clear, the threat of #COVID19 isn’t over. We’re still seeing the virus spread & our people are susceptible to the infection. Folks, we must continue to be vigilant in our social distancing both today & for the foreseeable future. #TogetherAL 7/7
— Governor Kay Ivey (@GovernorKayIvey) April 28, 2020