Open Up and Recover Safely Plan
The governor this week shared a three-phased approach to reopen Oklahoma businesses and start the process of restoring the state’s economy starting April 24.
This will be done using scientific modeling by health experts with the goal of keeping Oklahomans safe.
Safer at Home orders for those over 65 or who have a compromised immune system are still in place. Individuals are still advised to maintain a distance of at least six feet from others, to wash hands frequently and to wear masks in public. Employers are advised to allow employees to return to work in phases, accommodate personnel who are members of a vulnerable population, keep common areas closed and enforce social distancing protocols, minimize non-essential travel and to adhere to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and executive orders regarding isolation following travel. Visits to senior care facilities and hospitals are still prohibited.
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