Employment and Labor Laws

Missouri

Missouri Coronavirus Laws and Rules

Executive Order 20-02

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Executive Order 20-02

Declaration that a State of Emergency exists in the State of Missouri and direct the Missouri State Emergency Operations Plan be activated. Direction that the executive agencies of the State of Missouri to monitor and advise the Office of the Governor concerning the pricing of commodities, goods, and services in order to prevent unfair market practices. Authorizing state agencies to provide assistance, as needed.


Executive Order 20-03

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Executive Order 20-03

Regarding elections.


Executive Order 20-04

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Executive Order 20-04

Regarding temporary waiver or suspension of administrative rules related to public health and safety. Temporary changes to telemedicine, motor carriers and drivers of commercial motor vehicles, and teacher certifications rules and requirements.


Executive Order 20-05

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Executive Order 20-05

Allows for the sale of unprepared food by restaurants to the public.


Executive Order 20-06

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Executive Order 20-06

Calls and orders into active service such portions of the organized militia as the governor deems necessary to aid the executive officials of Missouri, to protect life and property.


Executive Order 20-07

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Executive Order 20-07

Extends the late renewal applications for concealed carry permits for sixty days.


Executive Order 20-08

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Executive Order 20-08

Remote notarization temporarily authorized.


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