What Oklahoma Businesses Need to Know About the Safer at Home Executive Order

Yesterday, in an expansion of Oklahoma’s efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19, Governor Stitt issued his Safer at Home executive order, requiring “vulnerable individuals” to remain at home statewide through April 30, 2020, and non-essential businesses to close until April 16, 2020, in those counties where positive COVID-19 cases have been detected. The governor’s order represents a substantial increase in the restrictions placed on the daily lives of Oklahomans, while raising significant questions for essential and non-essential businesses alike. More.


Associated People:

Michael W. Bowling

Practice Area:

Labor & Employment