What are “Stay At Home” orders?

Governor David Ige announced a statewide “Stay At Home” emergency order for all Hawaii residents that goes into effect from March 25 – April 30. Stay-at-home requires people to stay inside and only go out for necessary activities, which can include going to some essential jobs, shopping for groceries, attending doctor’s appointments, and getting medical or other supplies that may help people work from home.

As more states and regions across the country begin to enforce stay-at-home (or shelter-in-place) orders in response to the coronavirus health crisis, it’s a good opportunity to understand what it means and how it could affect your business and employees.

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