Stay-at-Home UpdatePosted on: March 27, 2020
The first night of Orlando’s official curfew appeared to go by without incident, with most residents focused on doing what they can to help manage their part of the coronavirus pandemic. But for those who remember the original Stay-at-Home order from the previous week, the newest version has quite a few changes. Or to put that another way, this particular order provides a more specific breakdown of what can and cannot be done, who can and cannot go out. Below are just a few of those details, with more on the coronavirus curfew here.
- The only reason to leave your home after 11pm or ahead of 5am is for “reasons critical to health and safety.”
- Well-being is also taken into account, that residents can and should feel free to visit their doctors, their vets, their pharmacy, or even to exercise as necessary outdoors, so long as they are six feet away from others.
- Wherever possible, businesses that can be conducted online should indeed be conducted online.
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