Rhode Island

COVID-19 Resources

Overview

State and Executive Legislative Orders

  • 6/4/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Thirty-ninth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Extension of Various Executive Orders 
  • 5/27/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-40, Thirty-seventh Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Phase II Re-Opening 
  • 5/27/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-39, Thirty-sixth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Authorizing Adjustments to Child Care Subsidies and Reimbursement Rates 
  • 5/27/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-38, Thirty-fifth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Extension of Executive Order 
  • 5/21/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-37, Thirty-fourth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Increasing State COVID-19 Response Capacity
  • 5/21/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-36, Thirty-third Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Extension of Executive Orders
  • 5/21/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-35, Thirty-second Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Summer Camp Operations 
  • 5/15/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-34, Thirty-first Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Extension of Various Executive Orders
  • 5/9/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-33 - Thirtieth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Hospital and Community-Based Health Care
  • 5/7/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-31, Twenty-eighth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Extension of Various Executive Orders 
  • 5/5/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-30, Requiring Cloth Face Coverings in Public  
  • 4/27/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-29, Promoting Better Coordination of Health Care Coverage 
  • 4/15/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-26, support for young adults aging out of state care
  • 4/15/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-25, regarding public meetings and public records requests
  • 4/14/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-24, requiring cloth face masks at work
  • 4/10/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-23, extending various executive orders
  • 4/10/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-22, regarding shareholder meetings
  • 4/10/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-21, increasing hospital and nursing facility capacity and extending statutory immunity
  • 4/9/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-20, further quarantine order
  • 4/9/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-19, increasing access to unemployment insurance
  • 4/8/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-18 extending declaration of disaster emergency until May 2, 2020
  • 4/8/2020: Governor Raimondo, Dr. Alexander-Scott provide update on State’s response to COVID-19
  • 4/6/2020: Rhode Island to Make Free, Rapid COVID-19 Tests Available to All 
  • 4/6/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-16, which authorizes a waiver and Medicaid state plan amendments and adjustments to essential provider rates 
  • 3/30/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-15, Twelfth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Extension of Executive orders on the Operation of Food Establishments and Close Contact Businesses
  • 3/28/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-14, Amended Eleventh Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Staying at Home, Reducing Gatherings, Certain Retail Business Closures and Further Quarantine Provisions
  • 3/28/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-13, Eleventh Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Staying at Home, Reducing Gatherings, Certain Retail Business Closures and Further Quarantine Provisions
  • 3/26/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-12, Tenth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Quarantine Restrictions on Travelers from New York State
  • 3/23/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-11, Ninth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Declaring the Primary Elections and Preparing for a Predominately Mail Ballot Election
  • 3/23/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-10, Eighth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Quarantine Restrictions on Domestic Air Travelers
  • 3/22/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-09, Seventh Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Public Gatherings, Close-Contact Businesses, Public Recreation and Business Service Providers
  • 3/20/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-08, Sixth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Economic Support for Restaurants, Bars, and Establishments that Offer Food
  • 3/20/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-07, Fifth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Extension of Time for Weapon and Firearm Background Checks
  • 3/18/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-06, Fourth Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Expanding Access to Telemedicine Services
  • 3/16/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-05, Third Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Public Meetings and Public Records Requests
  • 3/16/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-04, Second Supplemental Emergency Declaration – Restaurants, Bars, Entertainment Venues, and Public Gatherings
  • 3/13/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-03, Supplemental Emergency Declaration – requiring any person arriving from outside the continental United States to self-quarantine for 14 days
  • 3/9/2020: Governor of Rhode Island, Executive Order 20-02, Declaration of Disaster Emergency

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Judicial Information

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