Gov. Kay Ivey Extends Safer-at-Home Order Until Next Year
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- Governor Kay Ivey has extended Alabama's safer-at-home order until January 22, 2021
- According to the State Health Officer, Dr. Scott Harris, the state is seeing more than 3,000 new cases of coronavirus every day for the last few days
- On November 5, the governor had announced an extension of the state's Safer-at-Home order until December 11
- The order remains unchanged, with a mask mandate that requires all individuals to wear masks in public when interacting within six feet of people from another household
- Alabama has recorded more than 277,000 cases of coronavirus with a death toll of 3,942