10 April 2020 – Social distancing and emergency declaration orders extended to 8 May

Type of Intervention: Executive Order
Sectors Involved: Executive Office, Health, Local Government, Private Sector and Businesses, Social Services
Intervention Categories: Social and physical distancing measures; Adapting or closing offices, businesses, institutions, and operations; Gatherings, businesses, and services; Legal and policy; Declaring state of emergency; Finance policy and financial aid; Stimulus packages and financial support
Level of Jurisdiction: Rhode Island
Lead People/Agency: State of RI, Governor Raimondo

Overview: Executive order 20-23 extends the following 5 orders unto May 8th: Order 20-03 (Supplemental Emergency Declaration); Order 20-04 (Second Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Restaurants, Bars, Entertainment Venues, and Public Gatherings); Order 20-08 (Sixth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Economic Support for Restaurants, Bars and Establishments that Offer Food); Order 20-09 (Seventh Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Public Gatherings, Close-Contact Businesses, Public Recreation and Business Service
Providers); Order 20-14 (Amended Supplemental Emergency Declaration –
Staying at Home, Reduce Gatherings, Certain Retail Business Closures and
Further Quarantine Provisions.
Full details here: https://governor.ri.gov/documents/orders/Executive-Order-20-23.pdf

Type of Justification: No justification given