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COVID state by state

Arizona

09/12/2021
Governor’s Plan to reopen:

On March 15, 2021 (or the first Monday after a school's spring break) schools are ordered to return to in-person learning when possible via EO 2021-04. The counties are broken up into four categories, following CDC guidelines. The four categories are Low, Moderate, Substantial, and High Transmission. For the purposes of EO 2021-04, Low and Moderate are treated the same.

  • For counties with Low or Moderate Transmission, all schools will open with in-person and virtual options for instruction. Distancing required as much as possible.
  • For counties with Substantial Transmission, all schools will open with in-person and virtual options for instruction. Distancing required as much as possible. Middle and High Schools may reduce their attendance and increase distancing if necessary.
  • For counties with High Transmission, elementary schools will open with in-person and virtual options for instruction. Distancing required as much as possible. Middle and High Schools will remain open if they're already open, but otherwise may continue with virtual learning.

Colorado

08/26/2021
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Illinois

09/12/2021

Kentucky

09/09/2021

Louisiana

08/26/2021
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Massachusetts

09/01/2021

Nebraska

09/18/2021

New Mexico

09/01/2021

New York

08/26/2021
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Oklahoma

08/26/2021
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Mask Mandates:

Oklahoma does not currently have a statewide mask mandate in place.

On March 11, 2021, Gov. Stitt announced he will be lifting the requirement to wear masks in state buildings.

Vermont

09/11/2021

Washington

09/17/2021

Wisconsin

09/20/2021
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Link to State COVID Info:

Wisconsin is not currently in a State of Emergency due to COVID-19. Most recently, the Wisconsin Governor declared a continued State of Emergency due to COVID-19 on February 4, 2021 (for 60 days); however, the Wisconsin Supreme Court declared that the Governor's acts were unconstitutional within the meaning of the Wisconsin State Constitution. Specifically, according to the Wisconsin Constitution, any Public Health focused State of Emergency that exceeds 60 days in length must be supported by a joint declaration of the State Legislature, and that declaration may not be made solely by the Wisconsin Governor. Thus, the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Executive Order 105, the most recent State of Emergency declaration.