At least 16 states across the US have issued stay-at-home orders in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 100.5 million people -- about 31% of the national population -- are currently under restrictions, according to US Census population estimates.
But not all orders have been activated yet -- when all 16 state orders go into effect, more than 142 million people will be affected, or 43% of the country.
Apart from statewide orders, several individual cities and counties like Atlanta, Georgia, have also issued their own stay-at-home orders.
These states have issued stay-at-home orders:
- California: started Thursday
- Illinois: started Saturday
- New Jersey: started Saturday
- New York: started Sunday
- Louisiana: started Monday
- Connecticut: started Monday
- Washington: started Monday
- Ohio: started Monday
- Oregon: started Monday
- New Mexico: effective Tuesday
- Massachusetts: effective Tuesday
- Delaware: effective Tuesday
- Michigan: effective Tuesday
- West Virginia: effective Tuesday
- Indiana: effective Tuesday
- Hawaii: effective Wednesday
UPDATE: This post was updated to reflect that at least 16 states have issued stay-at-home orders.