Governor Ron DeSantis just ordered a state-wide Stay-at-Home order for the state of Florida to slow the spread of COVID-19. This order will be effective as of Thursday at midnight, and it will last until April 30, according to the state of Florida executive order number 20-91.
Alachua County has already been under a Stay-at-Home order since March 24, and Alachua County residents are to continue practicing social distancing and should leave the house for essential purposes only.
You can view the entire stay at home order here: Executive Order 20-91
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