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Tony Terrence-winning playwright McNally dies of complications from the coronavirus at age 81

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ALABAMA

The Kay Ivey government has issued statewide arrests of all beaches, childcare facilities, restaurants and other services starting at 5:00 pm on March 19.

All public schools are closed until April 6th.

This extended the previous rules by closing daily care, senior centers and on-site dining in six counties and by prohibiting public meetings of over 25 people across the state.

ALASKA

Governor Mike Dunleavy announced on March 16 that state libraries, museums and archives will remain closed until the end of March.

Schools are closed to students until March 30th.

Anchor food service prohibited from 17:00 Match 18 until March 31st.

Theaters, gyms and bingo halls closed until March 31st.

The mayor of Anchorage signed the order on Monday by closing gyms and entertainment venues and banning restaurants, bars and other facilities from offering a public catering service throughout the rest of March.

ARIZONA

All schools closed until March 27th.

The Country Thunder music festival in Arizona, scheduled for April 16-19 in Florence, is postponed.

Visitors prohibited in most hospitals and clinics.

Governor Doug Ducey ordered the arrest of bars and dining options in counties affected by the coronavirus.

The action came after several Arizona cities – including Phoenix, Tucson, Tempe and Flagstaff – issued their own bans.

ARKANSAS

Arkansas schools will remain closed until April 17, and sit-down service in all restaurants and bars has been banned since March 20.

All schools are closed from Tuesday.

Casinos, gyms, and other non-essential Arkansas businesses are also closed.

Mayor Frank Scott issued a curfew from midnight to 5 am on March 18 Small rock.

PENNSYLVANIA

All liquor stores and licensed service centers will close indefinitely on Tuesday at 9:00 pm.

Gov Tom Wolf extended the shutdown to the entire state of Pennsylvania on Monday, excluding essential services.

A new list was released on March 20 citing the life-sustaining businesses that may continue to operate during the arrest: All sectors of the natural resources and mining industry, dry cleaning and laundromats, specialty food stores, insurance companies, agencies and brokers and accounting and tax preparation services.

Barber shops, nails and hairdressers, tattoo shops and similar services will close from 21:00 on 21 March.

LOUISIANA

All bars, night clubs, casinos, cinemas, gyms and spas will be closed until April 13th. Restaurants can only be open for takeaway options.

Governor John Bel Edwards said the new restrictions will take effect on Tuesday and last until April 13th.

Public meetings of 50 or more people will be banned. Nobody will be allowed to eat on site in a restaurant.

In strongly Catholic New Orleans It’s inside Baton RougeChurch leaders have announced the cancellation of the masses until further notice.

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has been postponed.

CONNECTICUT

The gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited.

Bars and restaurants close indefinitely for customers who dine.

Clubs, bars, cinemas, gyms close indefinitely.

Hospitals across the state are limiting the visit and some, including UConn Health in Farmington, have announced the indefinite postponement of elective surgery.

Barber shops, nails and hairdressers, tattoo shops and similar services will close from 21:00 on 21 March.

MASSACHUSETTS

The gatherings of over 25 people are prohibited.

Bars and restaurants to be offered until April 7 only.

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is closing construction sites across the city. Walsh also announced the closure of all branches of the Boston Public Library.

NEW JERSEY

Governor Phil Murphy ordered all nonessential businesses to close their stores and all residents to stay home on March 21st.

This exempts essential workers such as those in health and food.

All weddings and holidays are prohibited.

This marked an extension of the previous measures which included:

Barber shops, nails and hairdressers, tattoo shops and similar services will close from 21:00 on 21 March.

Hoboken residents ordered to isolate themselves for one week from March 17.

Curfew from 20:00 to 05:00; meetings of more than 50 people are prohibited; bars and restaurants close indefinitely for customers who dine, but can offer takeaway.

Clubs, bars, cinemas and gyms close indefinitely.

Indoor shopping centers, entertainment centers, public and private schools, closed colleges and universities.

NEW YORK

Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a new order on March 20 stating that 100 percent of non-essential workers must stay home, raising the norm by 75 percent.

The only excluded labor force are grocery stores, pharmacies, some civil servants and news organizations.

People can go out but are invited to stay indoors as much as possible.

Bars and restaurants close indefinitely for customers who dine, but can offer takeaway. Clubs, bars, cinemas and gyms close indefinitely.

Barber shops, nails and hairdressers, tattoo shops and similar services close from 9pm on March 21st.

New York City – Restaurants can only accept pick-up and delivery orders. Mayor Bill de Blasio also ordered the closure of night clubs, cinemas and other entertainment venues.

New York City has announced that its nation’s largest public school district will be closed on Monday, joining most of the rest of the country.

New Rochelle – set up a containment area of ​​one mile.

ILLINOIS

Bars and restaurants close their customers until March 30th.

The Governor of Illinois announced a stay order at home on March 20, ordering people to go out only to exercise, to the grocery store, to seek medical treatment or to take away takeaways from restaurants that have been open.

The closure of Illinois primary and high schools will be extended to at least April 7.

KENTUCKY

Bars and restaurants close their customers until March 30th.

Democratic governors of Connecticut, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Washington on Monday ordered the closure of all or part of certain categories of businesses.

OHIO

Bars and restaurants close customers for dinner, but they can offer takeaway.

Ohio marked St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday without parades and without primary elections for fears of the coronavirus. Health director Dr. Amy Acton issued an order on Monday to close the polls on Tuesday.

Youngstown State University and Capital University of Columbus were among those who announced the cancellation of the early May ceremonies, saying they could not comply with the restrictions that severely limited the size of the meetings.

Ohio Catholic bishops suspended all masses publicly celebrated at Easter on April 12, extending a previous suspension of services on Palm Sunday a week earlier.

OKLAHOMA

Public schools closed at least until April 6th.

The Oklahoma governor declared a state emergency on Sunday evening.

On Tuesday, the Oklahoma legislature approved extensive changes to the state Open Meeting Act to allow government bodies to meet by teleconference.

Mayor of Tulsa G.T. The mayor of Bynum and David Holt of Oklahoma City have both ordered the immediate closure of the bars, while restaurants can only serve takeaway orders. Similar measures have also been imposed in Stillwater and Norman, including orders to close theaters, gyms and amusement facilities.

Officials with the Remington Park equestrian track in Oklahoma City said it was closing to the general public and that the races would take place without spectators.

The archbishop of Oklahoma City announced Tuesday that all public masses and liturgies in Catholic churches in the archdiocese of Oklahoma City would be canceled on Easter Sunday, April 12th.

MICHIGAN

Bars and restaurants close indefinitely to customers, but they can offer takeaway. Governor Gretchen Whitmer has banned more of 50 people in one meeting at a time.

Whitmer issued a large order on Monday banning customers from dining in restaurants and closing all bars, cinemas, gyms and other sports facilities to curb the spread of coronavirus. The measure was to last until March.

In addition to these restrictions, all Michigan schools are closed.

WASHINGTON

Restaurants and bars have ordered to close temporarily.

Meetings of over 50 people banned for at least two weeks.

MINNESOTA

The restaurants and bars where to dine were closed until March 27th starting on Tuesday evening.

Governor Tim Walz has ordered bars and restaurants across Minnesota to temporarily approach customers who dine.

Home delivery and collection services can continue to function. Temporary closure also applies to other public entertainment venues, including theaters, museums, fitness centers, and community clubs.

Interested companies must close by 17:00. Tuesday. As the governor’s order runs until March 27, he said it will likely end up extending it. Supermarkets, pharmacies and other retailers are not affected.

OREGON

The gatherings of over 25 people are prohibited.

Restaurants and bars can only offer takeaway.

Governor Kate Brown on Monday banned on-site consumption in state bars and restaurants for at least four weeks in an attempt to slow the spread of the new coronavirus and said meetings would be limited to 25 people or less.

Restaurants can still offer takeout or delivery, he said at a press conference.

Governor Kate Brown announced an extension of her previous state-wide school shutdown order to combat the spread of coronavirus, saying schools will now be closed until at least April 28th.

Only essential medical and emergency personnel can visit residents of long-term care facilities across the state, except for residents who are in the final stages of life.

CALIFORNIA

Governor Gavin Newsom issued an unprecedented ‘home stay order’ on Thursday, which directed 40 million state residents to crouch in their homes for a foreseeable future with immediate effect. This was an extension of the ongoing refuge rule already issued in various parts of the state, including San Francisco and Palm Springs.

Disneyland has closed to the public.

“Few if ever” Californian schools will reopen before the summer holidays, Governor Gavin Newsom said.

Los Angeles extended the ban on restaurants across the city until at least April 19, from the previous order until March 31.

WASHINGTON DC.

Restaurants, bars and clubs will close by 10pm on Monday, with takeaways and delivery still available until April 1st.

Wellness centers, spas, massage rooms and theaters to be closed.

Washington, DC, Mayor Muriel Bowser has declared a state of emergency.

The organizers of the famous Cherry Blossom festival, which should have started on March 20, announced that several events would be postponed.

Officials recommended that all “non-essential mass meetings, including conferences and conventions”, be postponed or canceled by the end of March.

Georgetown University has joined the growing list of higher education institutions to cancel classes in person.

MARYLAND

Bars and restaurants close indefinitely for customers who dine, but can offer takeaway.

Clubs, bars, cinemas and gyms close indefinitely.

FLORIDA

In Florida, Walt Disney World and Universal-Orlando closed on Sunday evening for the remainder of the month, joining their already closed California brothers.

Further south, Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale have closed their beaches, where thousands of college spring breakers have spilled over.

All bars and discos are closed.

Officials in Clearwater Beach, Naples voted to close the beach by Monday 23 March, while others along the Gulf coast in south-western Florida communities are closed.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed an order limiting beach parties to 10 people per group, but after Spring Breakers broke the rules, he said tighter control would be implemented.

All cinemas, concert halls, auditoriums, theaters, bowling alleys, arcades, gyms, gyms and beaches have been closed in Broward County and Palm Beach County since March 20.

All restaurant halls and gyms in the state closed on March 20 with immediate effect. Restaurants can offer takeaway and delivery orders.

All Florida Keys hotels closed March 20.

NEVADA

Casinos across Nevada were closed Wednesday, along with other non-essential activities, on the orders of Governor Steve Sisolak.

All public, private and charter K-12 schools in the state will remain closed on Monday at least until April 6, in an attempt to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Monthly closure of non-essential activities such as bars, cinemas and gyms. Restaurants must close their dining rooms and offer only takeaway or delivery.

COLORADO

Colorado’s 12,000 bars and restaurants are limited to takeaways and delivery orders under a 30-day ban on 50-person rallies as the state expands tests to try to curb the spread of coronavirus, Jared Polis government said Monday .

Polis also announced the closure of all theaters, gyms and casinos until further notice.

Vail Resorts said it will keep North American resorts closed for the rest of the ski season.

People arrested for low-level crime will no longer be jailed.

INDIANA

Bars, night clubs and restaurants are closed for dinner and takeaway allowed until the end of March.

Honda said Wednesday that it will close its plants in North America, including one in Greensburg.

RHODE ISLAND

All restaurants, bars and cafés close for dinner until March 30th.

The guide and delivery services remain open.

The Rhode Island Statehouse will be closed to visitors and some popular public services will be reduced.

The famous Providence Place Mall will be closed.

Catholic churches in Rhode Island are suspending mass services.

VERMONT

Bars and restaurants can only serve takeaway from Tuesday evening.

All pre-K-12 schools in Vermont must close no later than Tuesday

DELAWARE

Governor John Carney has ordered Delaware restaurants and bars to limit their operations to takeaway, guide, and delivery services.

GEORGIA

All public schools and universities closed.

A large open-air music festival in Atlanta has been postponed until autumn. Wednesday’s Shaky Knees Festival organizers said the Black Keys, Strokes and Smashing Pumpkins headlining event is now scheduled for October 16-18.

HAWAII

Visitors asked to postpone holidays on the island for at least the next 30 days.

Directive that all bars and clubs close and that restaurants pass to the service of food through the guide, take away and delivery service. Meetings limited to a maximum of 10 people.

The National Park Service said that the Pearl Harbor National Memorial has been temporarily closed.

IDAHO

Governor Brad Little said the state is adopting federal guidelines to avoid social gatherings of over 10 people.

The guidelines also stipulate not to eat or drink in bars, restaurants and food courts, but to use drive-thru or pickup options. Little recommended also to avoid travel and discretionary purchases.

Boise: state of emergency declared Monday, closed urban buildings with the exception of Boise airport

IOWA

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds ordered the closure of restaurants, bars, fitness centers, theaters and casinos for two weeks.

It also prohibits events from over 10 people, including parades, festivals, conferences and fundraisers, in line with federal recommendations.

KANSAS

Kansas State University to teach distance learning.

In Kansas, Democratic governor Laura Kelly on Monday banned public meetings of 50 or more people for the next two months.

All state K-12 schools close and move online lessons for the remainder of the spring semester.

MAINE

The largest city in Maine, Portland, declared an emergency and adopted a curfew to prevent the spread of the virus on St. Patrick’s day.

The curfew applies to establishments where groups meet all day on Tuesday and from 20:00 to 2 in the morning from Wednesday to Saturday.

L.L. Bean is closing all its retail stores across the country, including its flagship store in Italy Free port, Maine, to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.

The North Haven Select Board voted on Sunday to immediately ban visitors and seasonal residents from preventing the spread of coronavirus on the island of Penobscot Bay, where no cases have yet occurred.

An increasing number of municipalities have declared emergencies and imposed a curfew.

MISSISSIPPI

Casinos, public universities and school districts closed until further notice.

Mississippi lawmakers are stopping their work until at least April 1st.

MISSOURI

Restaurants, bars and movie theaters ordered closures for 15 days on the Kansas City subway on Tuesday

MONTANA

Public schools closed for two weeks.

Billings, Missoula, Bozeman, Butte and Helena limit restaurant openings.

NEBRASKA

Omaha bars and restaurants limited to 10 and with patronage.

The Douglas County Board of Health issued an order limiting meetings within the county, which includes Omaha, to no more than 10 people. The order also states that a location must be large enough to allow everyone in any meeting to be at least 1.8 meters away from each other.

The order is effective until April 30th.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Restaurants will be limited to takeaways, schools will be closed, and large public gatherings will be banned in an attempt to contain coronavirus in New Hampshire.

The New Hampshire directive, which runs until April 7, will also ban public meetings of at least 50 people.

The Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and affiliated hospitals no longer allow visitors.

NEW MEXICO

Restaurants and bars to operate with a 50% capacity; the tables must not accommodate more than six people and must be separated by at least six feet.

NORTH CAROLINA

The governor of North Carolina, Roy Cooper, is ordering the closure of all restaurants and bars to customers.

Cooper’s office has announced that it will issue a new executive order directing the closings in effect at 5pm. Tuesday. The factories can continue to offer takeaway and delivery.

NORTH DAKOTA

No mandatory closure of restaurants and bars.

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum issued an executive order closing schools across the state for a week starting Monday.

PUERTO RICO

Two-week shutdown for most businesses; 9:00 pm curfew overnight until March 30th.

Puerto Rico’s Secretary of State, Elmer Román, said in a press conference Monday that nobody is allowed to go to the beach.

On Sunday, Governor Wanda Vázquez ordered a two-week shutdown of non-essential government offices and businesses with the exception of service stations and those in the food, health and finance sectors. Puerto Rico has also canceled important events, including an Ironman race scheduled for the past weekend.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston meetings of over 50 people outside shops and private offices are prohibited.

Columbia it has limited companies to no more than half of their legal occupation and will not allow more than six people to sit at a restaurant table.

Schools are closed on Mondays

SOUTH DAKOTA

No current plan to close restaurants or bars.

Last week, the governor signed a state of emergency, calling on public schools to close and ordering non-essential state employees to work from home.

Public universities in South Dakota announced Monday that all classes will move online next week after a long spring break.

TENNESSEE

All bars are closed Nashville; restaurants have ordered to operate with a capacity not exceeding 50%.

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee on Monday asked schools to close, urging people to avoid crowded bars

TEXAS

AUstin joined other major cities across the state in closing bars and restaurant dining rooms to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Texas Capitol in Austin will also be closed to the public.

SXSW canceled.

On Tuesday, the University of Texas System commissioned its eight academic campuses to move all online lessons for the remainder of the spring semester and postpone graduation ceremonies until fall.

El Paso he closed his bars and ordered that the restaurant’s capacities be halved.

Galveston Mayor Jim Yarbrough ordered the closure of the island’s bars and restaurants, as well as all public entertainment venues, including museums, the Pleasure Pier and Moody Gardens.

Houston it has also issued restrictions on bars, clubs and restaurants

AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS

State of emergency declared

All public schools have closed for at least three weeks starting Wednesday

UTAH

Salt Lake City closes restaurants to dine in customers and bars; carry out continues.

Utah Governor Gary Herbert has ordered closings for statewide dining in restaurants, bars and other restaurants, while health officials in the national park hot spots of Moab stopped new tourists overnight.

The authorities have also closed restaurants, with the exception of the take-away, and other public places such as theaters and gyms in the Grand, Carbon and Emery counties.

VIRGINIA

Governor Ralph Northam prohibits public gatherings of over 100 people.

All K-12 schools will close at least on March 27th.

WESTERN VIRGINIA

So far, West Virginia has only one case of coronavirus.

WISCONSIN

Prohibits 50 people or more meetings; bars and restaurants that limit customers. Governor Tony Evers ordered that childcare facilities contain no more than 10 staff members and 50 children at the same time.

WYOMING

Dine in banned customers in restaurants and bars.

Airlines are concluding flights for the winter season to Jackson Hole weeks earlier than usual.

The resort and two others in northwestern Wyoming – Grand Targhee resort and Snow King Resort – closed early.

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