Gov. Kay Ivey extends Safer-at-Home order until July 31

Governor Kay Ivey's COVID-19 update

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WAFF) - Alabama Governor Kay Ivey addressed the public on Tuesday ahead of the expiration of the state’s amended Safer-at-Home order.

Joining the governor was State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris, state Representative Dexter Grimsley and Greenville Mayor Dexter McLendon.

The current amended order is set to expire on Friday. The end date has now been extended until July 31.

During her last news conference on May 21, Gov. Ivey announced an expanded list of events and businesses that could reopen. At that time, Alabama had tested 171,000 people, had confirmed 13,058 cases, and had 528 confirmed deaths.

Amended Safer-at-Home Order
Amended Safer-at-Home Order (Source: Governor Ivey's Office)

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