Alabama Governor Extends Safer At Home Order


MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WCBI) – Alabama Governor Kay Ivey extends the state’s Safer at Home order.

The order will now expire on July 31st, instead of July 3rd.

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Nothing in the order is changing.

Ivey asked Alabamians to use personal responsibility by incorporating precautions into their everyday lives, such as staying six feet apart and wearing a mask in public.

37 thousand people in Alabama have tested positive for COVID-19. More than 900 have died after being diagnosed.

Ivey did say if cases continue to rise, stricter restrictions could be put in place.

Here is a link to Alabama’s Safer at Home order: