Camden Joins Benton In COIVD Ordinance With Fines/Imprisonment

All News Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Camden County joining a growing number of Counties adding more to the state “stay-at-home” order.

The additional ordinance passed Tuesday adds fines and possible imprisonment for those who violate the order, similar to what Benton County put into place on Friday last week.

It also indicates that any restaurant or bar who violates the rules would also face possible suspension of their operating license.

Both Miller and Morgan Counties also added their own orders that echo the Governor’s, but go further by including a provision which mandates that non-essential businesses not able to comply with adequate space for social distancing should cease operating immediately, unless they get a waiver from the department of economic development.


See below:


Ordinance 04072001
Amendment to Ord 03312001

All News Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

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