State COVID-19 Plans for Reopening and Executive Order Exemptions

Last updated: May 26, 2020

As the number of states with Stay-At-Home Executive Orders (EO) or orders closing all nonessential businesses and requiring all workers to transition to complete remote work continue to expire, plans to reopen have come state by state.

The dropdown below shows which states have started easing restrictions to reopen their economies and state specific reopening plans.

The information contained in this document is meant to serve as a helpful reference but should not be interpreted as legal or other professional advice. Though the information may be updated periodically, due to the rapidly changing legal and regulatory landscape related to the COVID-19 outbreak, it may at any time be out of date, and the AIA does not guarantee the accuracy of the information. Where appropriate, you should seek the advice of an appropriate licensed professional or relevant government office in your location for advice on current laws and regulations.

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