Each day, the number of total coronavirus cases increases (we are now above 187,000 globally). Along with the rate of infected people around the world, we are seeing stores across the country close, restaurants reduced to take-out only, and extreme measures of social distancing and precaution being translated to us from health officials. Among the new ordinances that have began flooding our day-to-day vocabulary, we are now hearing a “shelter-in-place” order circling specific cities and states in the U.S. So far, shelter-in-place has been issued in California’s Bay Area with a high likelihood of New York to following suit. But, what exactly is a shelter-in-place order and how does it work?
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