A New Executive Order is expected to be issued this week.
$100 for violating mask order

$500 for organizing an event that exceeds size limits

$250 for attending an event that exceeds size limits

  • Businesses are responsible for their employees

  • Individuals are responsible for their own actions

  • Fines can be issued by law enforcement, local chief elected officials, and local public health

As a reminder, the current rules for gatherings, which went into effect on July 3, 2020 and will remain in effect until further notice, is as follows:
  • Indoor private gatherings: 25 people
  • Outdoor private gatherings: 100 people, one time exception for graduations at 150 people
  • Outdoor organized gatherings (e.g. fireworks, concerts in municipal parks) – 15 feet of space blanket to blanket, cap of 500 people. Event organizer responsible for compliance with guidance.
  • Outdoor event venues (e.g. amphitheaters, race tracks): 25% of fire capacity and distancing
  • Fairs, festivals, and carnivals: up to 25% of last years attendance
Travel Advisory Guidance - Simplified
At the Governor's press conference on Monday, September 14th, he outlined new simplified guidance related to the travel advisory.

  • 14-day self-quarantine or negative test result required if traveling from a state on the most up-to-date advisory list
  • Travel form still required
  • Essential works traveling on business will continue to be exempt
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