Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has issued a statewide stay at home order. The Governor made the announcement during a press conference Saturday morning.
The order, which takes effect Monday at Midnight will continue at least until April 19th. There are some exceptions to the stay at home mandate including: obtaining food or medicine, traveling to and from work for businesses or organizations deemed essential under the state’s Essential Function Framework, or caring for children or a vulnerable person at another location.
The Governor says people can engage in outdoor activity as long as they observe a safe distance of 6 feet and keep in groups of less than 10 people