Governor says stay-at-home order may be extended


Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday predicted she will extend the statewide stay-at-home order that is set to expire on April 19 as the state battles to contain the virus.

Kelly said her administration is already considering how to handle the stay-at-home order and expects to address the issue early next week.

"My guess is, yes, we will extend it but we don't have the details on that right now," Kelly said.

States across the country are already extending stay-at-home orders that were implemented before Kansas imposed its order, which started on March 30 . . .


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