The governor’s moratorium on evictions during the pandemic ended Wednesday night raising fears of mass displacement.
On Wednesday, the state reported 891 new infections. With suspected cases, it’s more than 1,000.
The ceremonies will be held in August with limited guests and staggered groups.
Coronavirus cases are rising, and state officials are concerned because many people won’t answer questions.
New confrontations arise over the governor’s order requiring people to wear face masks in public.
The extension of the state of emergency allows the governor to continue to access emergency resources and issue executive orders.
New cases of COVID-19 have risen 245% in past 30 days in a state that had been containing the virus in June.
The city council’s Tuesday meeting was held in person for the first time since March.
Testing has increased, but so has percentage of positive results, which officials blame on people refusing masks and other health care guidance.
Some people aren’t happy with the governor’s order requiring face masks. That includes some of those in charge of enforcing it.