Governor Parson Extends Stay at Home Order

Parson Press Conference

During his daily news conference on Thursday, Governor Parson extended the statewide stay at home order through Sunday, May 3. Parson said the extension serves to maintain the health and safety of Missouri citizens while allowing time to formulate a plan to reopen businesses in the state by implementing a multi-phase plan. 

"Missouri is incredibly diverse, and our reopening efforts will be careful, deliberate, and done in phases," Governor Parson said. "We must be ready for a slow but steady road to recovery with some sort of social distancing continuing even as we begin to reopen the economy. I look forward to seeing Missourians safe, healthy, and back to work."

To read more about the stay at home order extension and guidelines, visit Governor Parson's website. 

April 17, 2020 - 3:50pm
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