NLBMDA provides new COVID-19 state-by-state update

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NLBMDA provides new COVID-19 state-by-state update

By HBSDealer Staff - 04/10/2020
The National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association (NLBMDA) has provided an updated list of state actions in reaction to COVID-19.

Here are the latest states to issue policy and executive order updates:

Colorado - The existing “stay at home” order has been extended through April 26.

Georgia – The existing “shelter in place” order has been extended through April 30. In addition, Georgia has extended its Public Health State of Emergency from April 13 to May 13.

Indiana – The existing “stay at home” order has been extended through April 20.

Kentucky – The governor has issued a new executive order which limits the number of shoppers in life-sustaining retail businesses to one adult per household. The order includes exceptions for minors or adult members of households that cannot be left without supervision or care due to their age or a disability or a physical or mental impairment. These new rules apply to life-sustaining retail businesses specified in the governor’s original “Healthy at Home” executive order issued on March 25.

Michigan – A new “stay at home” order has been issued to replace the existing order through April 30. The order contains a number of new social distancing restrictions that apply to essential businesses covered by the previous executive order.

Minnesota – The existing “stay at home” order has been extended through May 4.

Montana – The existing “stay at home” order has been extended through April 24.

New Jersey – Gov. Murphy announced today that all non-essential construction would cease indefinitely starting at 8:00 PM Eastern on Friday (April 10). The Governor stated that an exemption applies to “the building of affordable housing and other individual housing sites that can adhere to strict limits on the number of workers on-site”. NLBMDA will be obtaining additional information from Gov. Murphy’s office and expect further clarification shortly.

New Mexico – The existing “stay at home” order has been extended through April 30.

New York – The existing “stay at home” order has been extended through April 29.

Ohio – The existing “stay at home” order has been extended through May 1.

Washington – The existing “stay at home” order has been extended through May 4.

The NLBMDA issued a previous state-by-state update on April 3.

 

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