Most states allow residents to leave their homes to shop for groceries and other essentials, to exercise outdoors and to go to the doctor and pick up prescriptions. But each state has its own list of dos and don’ts.
Click on a state below to jump to its stay-at-home order for more information about the rules, curfews and potential end dates.
Alabama Rules: People can still leave their homes to obtain supplies for family, household members and pets. Restaurants are still open for delivery or takeout. Grocery stores, liquor stores, gas stations and pharmacies are among the essential businesses that may remain open. Curfew: There is no statewide curfew in place in Alabama. Start date: April 4. End date: April 30.
Alaska Rules: People may still go outside, but must remain at least six feet away from other individuals not in their households. Restaurants may be open for delivery, drive-through or takeout. Playgrounds and parks may still be open. Grocery stores, gas stations, banks, pharmacies are among the essential businesses still open. Curfew: There is no statewide curfew in place in Alaska. Start date: March 28 End date: It will be reevaluated by April 11.
Arizona Rules: People can still leave their homes for essential activities, such as obtaining necessary supplies and services for family, household members and pets. Restaurants are still open for delivery or takeout. Gyms and fitness centers are closed, but exercising outdoors is permitted as long as people maintain six-foot physical distancing. Curfew: There is no statewide curfew in place in Arizona. Start date: March 31. End date: April 30, unless extended.
No statewide stay-at-home orders as of April 3.
California Rules: People can still leave their homes