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Posted on: April 30, 2020

Governor Walz Extends Stay at Home Executive Order Through Monday, May 18

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has extended the current stay at home order until Monday, May 18. This is the second time that the governor has extended the stay at home protocol, which was first instituted March 25.

While the restrictions on stores was loosened somewhat to allow for curbside service and delivery, as it impacts potentially crowded settings the same limitations remain in place. Wright County announced a phased in reopening plan earlier today (http://www.co.wright.mn.us/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1545), but much of the same businesses or activities that have been prohibited will remain closed, including restaurants, bars, sporting activities, campground usage, etc.

Wright County will update residents on our website as changes are made by this decision.

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