Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has issued an executive order, asking all Minnesotans to stay at home starting at 11:59 p.m. on March 27 and ending (at the very earliest) on April 10. Under the order, Minnesotans may leave the house for essential needs and services, such as to care for family members, receive medical care, and get groceries. People are also encouraged to work from home, but those in “critical sectors,” as defined by the order, are exempt and can work outside of the home, if necessary. To review the full executive order, see Minnesota Stay at Home Order.
If you are a Minnesota employer and have additional questions on the new order, please contact our Vogel Law Firm employment law team.
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