Governor Kelly announces “Ad Astra: A Plan to Reopen Kansas”
Extending conditional and temporary relief from certain motor carrier rules and regulations during a state of disaster emergency.
Temporarily prohibiting certain foreclosures and evictions.
Extending temporary relief from certain age restrictions concerning online driver’s license renewal.
Requiring COVID-19 mitigation procedures in K-12 schools.
Delaying the 2020-2021 K-12 school year.
Extending conditional and temporary relief from certain motor carrier rules and regulations during state of disaster emergency.
Amended Licensure, Certification, and Registration for persons and Licensure of “Adult Care Homes” during state of disaster emergency.
Amended provisions related to drivers’ license and vehicle registration and regulation during state of disaster emergency.
Requiring masks or other face coverings in public.
Providing temporary relief from certain unemployment insurance requirements during state of disaster emergency.
With the health, safety and economic well-being of Kansas residents as her priority, Governor Kelly established a statewide “stay home” order on Saturday, March 28. The order will remain in place until May 3, 2020. Kansans are directed to stay in their residences unless performing an essential activity. Activities are essential if the purpose of the activity is one of the following: