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Here's when every state plans to lift COVID-19 restrictions

24/7 Wall St. Logo By Samuel Stebbins of 24/7 Wall St. | Slide 2 of 51: > Stay-at-home order: Statewide; implemented April 4, 2020 > Stay-at-home order lifted: April 30, 2020 > Quarantine for travelers (as of April 28): No mandatory restrictions > School closure status: Closed for the academic year > COVID-19 cases as of April 27, 2020: 6,539 (133.8 per 100,000 people -- 23rd lowest) > Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.5% (6th lowest) Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) plans on keeping the stay-at-home order in effect until the end of April. Life will not return to normal in the state immediately after, however, as the governor acknowledged the need for greater testing capacity before all businesses can reopen normally.

Alabama

> Stay-at-home order: Statewide; implemented April 4, 2020
> Stay-at-home order lifted: April 30, 2020
> Quarantine for travelers (as of April 28): No mandatory restrictions
> School closure status: Closed for the academic year
> COVID-19 cases as of April 27, 2020: 6,539 (133.8 per 100,000 people -- 23rd lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.5% (6th lowest)

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) plans on keeping the stay-at-home order in effect until the end of April. Life will not return to normal in the state immediately after, however, as the governor acknowledged the need for greater testing capacity before all businesses can reopen normally.

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