Arkansas tightens restrictions on some indoor spaces

Arkansas tightens restrictions on some indoor spaces

The Health Department will publish the directions for indoor areas where we talked about this for a period of two weeks. We want to keep it right and I want to emphasize that this simply reduces 100 to 10 the size of the crowd that will trigger the trigger. Our approval or plan to be submitted and approved by the Ministry of Health. This is to go beyond the indoor places to make sure they are safe. Let me focus on two points. This does not mean that we cannot have indoor lounges larger than 10 people. It simply means you have to have a good health department approved plan to make sure it is safe and that you distinguish you. Your main requirements and other things needed to make sure the place is safe, and secondly, we just want to make sure that this clearly does not apply to the cult retail workplace. Residents have all of these things unregulated or they are covered by another directive and other restaurants for example have their own directives, but this is about commercial sites where there may be an indoor gathering of 10 people. Only after your plan has been approved by the Ministry of Health because this is new and we want to make it effective from January 2nd and we will implement it during March 1 but we want to be ready for the first time and implement this plan

Governor Asa Hutchinson announced that some indoor venues will need prior approval from the Arkansas Department of Health when holding an event with 10 or more people attending, which is less than the previous rule of 100 people. The rule will go into effect January 2, 2021, and the rule does not apply to sporting events, retail stores, restaurants, bars, places of worship, or private homes. Hutchinson announced during its weekly press conference on COVID-19 on Tuesday, earlier in the day, UAMS released its latest modeling report, which indicates that Arkansans will die of the new coronavirus at a high rate at Christmas and New Year. He mentioned that there are changes Arkansas could make to help save more lives. “Data from our pandemic survey indicates that the vast majority of Arkansas residents in every region of the state are willing to comply with mitigation efforts – once mandated. However, without mandates, it appears that some Arkans do not consistently use life-saving public health practices.”

Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced that some indoor venues will require prior approval from the Arkansas Department of Health when holding an event with 10 or more attendees.

This is lower than the previous rule of 100 people. The rule will go into effect on January 2, 2021.

The rule does not apply to sporting events, retail stores, restaurants, bars, places of worship, or private homes.

Hutchinson announced during his weekly press conference on COVID-19 on Tuesday.

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Earlier in the day, UAMS released its latest modeling report, Which indicates that Arkansans will die of the new Corona virus at a high rate over Christmas and New Year.

In the report, UAMS stated that there are changes Arkansas could make to help save more lives.

“Data from our Pandemic Poll survey indicates that the vast majority of Arkansans in every area of ​​the state are willing to comply with mitigation efforts – once mandated. But, without mandates, it appears that some Arkansans do not consistently use life-saving public health practices,” it reads .

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