Gov. Stitt to implement 'safer-at-home' policy
Published: March 24, 2020
Gov. Kevin Stitt on Tuesday took greater steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Saying Oklahoma could have 500 or more positive cases of coronavirus, Stitt announced he is enacting a "safer-at-home" policy to mandate the state's "vulnerable populations" remain at home until April 30. Stitt also mandated that "nonessential" business in the 19 Oklahoma counties with confirmed cases of COVID-19 close for a 21-day period starting at midnight Wednesday. Full version of the press conference will be available at oklahoman.com.
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