Kansas Governor Outlines Plans to Keep Small Business Safe

Date: March 18, 2020

Gov. Kelly's Executive Orders Related to COVID-19

Governor Kelly made two Executive Orders aimed at keeping Kansas safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. The orders limit group gatherings to no more than 50 people. Right now, Kansas bars and restaurants remain open, however, the Governor is in close consultation with the Kansas Restaurant and Hospitality Association as well as NFIB in Kansas. The legislature is also still in session, at least for now. 

In her second Executive Order, the Governor asked the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) to suspend utility disconnects until April 15.

 

 

To see Executive Order No. 20-04, click here. 

To see Executive Order No. 20-05, click here. 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Kansas Department of Health and Environment 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

KDHE Hotline: 1-866-KDHEINF (1-866-534-3463)

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