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Yes, but the food truck company should not allow the food and/or beverage to be consumed on-site, or at any other gathering site.
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Refer to the list of those businesses that fall under the Kansas Essential Function Framework that is outlined in Governor Kelly’s Executive Order listed on page 4 of the order. If your business operations fall in that list it is considered Essential.
An example would be a nail salon that is shut down due to this order; but an individual still needs to do inventory, cleaning, accounts payable, or respond to a panic/fire alarm. Those operations need to continue. But client appointments will not.
No. The order indicates that, to the extent possible, child care facilities should place children in groupings of not more than 10 children such that children would remain within the same group (i.e., not switched from one group to another group), and with employees of the child care facilities only remaining with only one group of children.
No. Restaurants and bars can remain open, but they would not be able to serve food and non-alcoholic beverages to patrons that would consume food and non-alcoholic beverages within the restaurant or bar. Instead, the restaurant or bar would be able to provide food and non-alcoholic beverages through drive thru, delivery, or carry out options.
Yes, this order encourages employees work from home, when feasible.
Yes, assuming participants comply with social distancing requirements (maintaining six feet of spacing) and there are no groups of more than 10 at such facility.
Yes, to the extent that individuals may stay in rooms or get food that may be delivered or carryout. Conferences and banquets with seated dining in the hotel would not be allowed.
Yes – 10 people. A mass gathering that brings together or is likely to bring together 10 people is prohibited by Governor’s Executive Order
If you are in a group in a single room or confined or enclosed space of 10 or less people should: 1. Preserve social distancing of six feet between people; and 2. Follow all other health recommendations and regulations
Yes, but any related funeral services should comply with the 10 person limitation on public gatherings.
Yes, although social distancing requirements should be observed. The Kansas Open Meetings Act remains in force.
No. Plumbers, electricians, lawn care and landscaping, painting, and other trades and service providers who provide services that are necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and other Essential Businesses may continue to operate under this order.
Yes, as long as they maintain the social distancing requirements (maintain six feet of spacing from another person)
No, they can remain open
Yes, but use of playground equipment is discouraged. Follow all closures posted by any of the Cities.
Yes, because the business would provide Essential Business (restaurants) with supplies necessary to remain in operation.
Individuals and businesses are expected to voluntarily comply.
Yes, as long as you stay in your car and are not congregating in a group as intended by the order.
No, unless the FDA has approved these alternative medicines for some purpose.
Yes, as long as they maintain the social distancing requirements
They can remain open as long as social distancing is observed. If any of these employees can telecommute, that would be optimal.
People generally visit grocery stores solo, as a pair, or as a family. They are spaced around the store far enough apart to maintain the 6 feet recommendation. People shopping in a grocery store is not considered a “gathering” because they are not in close proximity for more than a few moments. People passing by each other in a grocery aisle is safer than sitting in a room together for an extended period of time.
Where possible, Essential Businesses should: 1. Designate 6 ft of spacing between employees and customers 2. Make hand sanitizer, anti-microbial soap and other sanitizing products available to employees and customers 3. Have separate operating hours for vulnerable populations 4. Post information online or on the business about how best to reach the business and how services can be provided remotely