Arkansas Governor Closes Schools and Restaurant Dining Rooms [VIDEO]


Arkansas Governor Asa Hitchinson as issued new mandates to his state’s disaster declaration that includes closing bars and restaurant dining rooms, gyms, and K-12 schools until April 17. All in the state’s efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.

Among Governor Hutchinson’s new directives…

  • K-12 Schools will be closed until at least April 17
  • Government employees will telecommute with onsite work by limited personnel.
  • Hospitals, clinics, and mental health facilities are mandated to screen staff and visitors with temperature and symptom screening.
  • Gyms and indoor venues are closed to non-essential functions.

Governor Hutchinson addressed the state and a panel of experts was on hand for Q&A…

CLICK HERE for the PODCAST with the world’s foremost leading expert on coronaviruses and virology, and advisor to the World Health Organization, Dr. Benjamin Neuman.


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