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Read Gov. Kay Ivey’s safer-at-home order for yourself

COVID-19 quarantine and prevention concept against the coronavirus outbreak and pandemic. Text writed with background of waving flag of the states of USA. State of Alabama 3D illustration.

On Tuesday, Gov. Kay Ivey announced that Alabama will shift from a “stay-at-home” order to a “safer-at-home” order beginning April 30 at 5 p.m.

You can read the order and breakdown’s provided by the Alabama Department of Public Health below.

The full order:

The full order in Spanish:


The “stay-at-home” order will expire April 30 at 5 p.m., and will be replaced by a “safer-at-home” order highlighted under the yellow portion of this graphic. (Via Alabama Department of Public Health)

Another breakdown from the Alabama Department of Public Health

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Chip Brownlee is a former political reporter, online content manager and webmaster at the Alabama Political Reporter. He is now a reporter at The Trace, a non-profit newsroom covering guns in America.



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