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Stay-at-home order issued for Jackson Co

(KNZA)--A stay-at-home order has been implemented in Jackson County.

According to a post on the Jackson County Health Department's Facebook page, the order was issued Friday by County Health Officer Angela Reith in order to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

The order took effect at 12:01 Saturday morning and will remain in place until midnight April 30.

The order closes all barbers, beauty salons, cosmetology operations and massage parlors.

Individuals are otherwise urged to stay at home and leave their residence only to engage in essential activities, such as picking up medications or purchasing groceries.

People at high risk for severe illness due to COVID-19 are urged to stay in their residence except as necessary to seek medical care.

You can view the entire stay-at-home order on the Jackson County Health Department's Facebook page.

Locally, stay-at-home orders are also currently in place in Atchison, Doniphan, Jefferson and Leavenworth Counties.  


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