Maine Gov. Janet Mills issued a "stay healthy at home" directive today that requires people living in Maine to stay at home at all times, unless for an essential job or an essential personal reason, according to a release from the governor’s office.
The executive order takes effect at 12:01 a.m. ET on April 2 and will last until at least April 30.
The governor also mandated a series of other new restrictions, including prohibiting the use of public transportation unless for an essential reason and mandating the continued termination of classroom or other in-person instruction until at least May 1.
Maine has 303 confirmed coronavirus cases and five deaths, according to figures compiled by CNN.