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Columbia and Boone County officials issue a Stay at Home order

Columbia and Boone County officials issue a Stay at Home order.

It will go from Wednesday (3/25) morning at 8am, and last for at least 30 days (April 24th).

The officials said at a press conference Tuesday morning (March 24) they are trying to slow the spread of COVID-19. Only leave your house for essential activities. There are several things that count as “essential”…like getting food and gas, visiting the doctor and picking up meds, and exercising outside as long as you practice social distancing.

Curbside services can still be provided by local restaurants. 

More info on the order at 939theeagle.com. St. Louis and Kansas City have similar Stay at Home orders now in effect. Cole County is advising it, but not ordering it, as of this morning (March 24).

Here is a more detailed outline from the order issued by Columbia and Boone County Officials today (March 24).

FAQ from City of Columbia:

Special Order 2020-03 – Stay at Home Order – Issued 3-24-2020 – FAQ (1)

Full order of ordinance issued by the City of Columbia and Boone County officials:

Special Order 2020-03 – Stay at Home Order – Issued 3-24-2020 – Signed

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