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CLAYTON — St. Louis County Executive Sam Page announced Thursday he will extend the countywide stay-at-home order indefinitely. St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson also said she would be extending the order in the city.
“Our stay-at-home order will be extended for now and I will revisit it in mid-May,” he tweeted. “We have made progress, but now is not the time to weaken the social distancing policies that are working.”
Both Page and Krewson have said several times this week to expect the stay-at-orders to be extended.
A statewide stay-at-home order by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, which came nearly two weeks after most St. Louis-area jurisdictions had put their own in place, expires April 24. Illinois’ stay-at-home order expires April 30.
St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann issued his own emergency order on March 23 that is in effect until further notice. Unlike his counterparts in the city and county, he declined to list “essential businesses” that could remain open.