Alabama Governor Kay Ivey late this afternoon issued a statewide “Stay at Home” order to be effective tomorrow, April 4, at five p.m. and to expire on April 30, at five p.m.
The order imposes broad restrictions with an aim to forestall any additional spread of the covid-19 Corona Virus. The order is, however, liberal in personal allowances and the considerations of essential businesses.
In essence, most state residents are already practicing or under similar orders where the primary focus is to ensure the six foot distancing rule. The state order adds consistency and legal weight to the potential need for enforcement.
©2020 – Jim Casey
Kay Ivey Missteps Over Corona Virus
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey did a good thing by over reacting quickly and effectively to contain the Corona Virus. Lives have been spared in the State of Alabama. Thank God, we are not dropping like flies like New York. But, there’s such thing as too much for too long.
Corona Virus – Shields Up
The shields are up in more ways than one because of COVID-19 as seen in these images captured this week. In the mean time Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is slow footed while other state leaders call to move ahead with reopenings in the wake of President Trumps three step plan to get things going again.