The Miller County Health Department taking the Governor’s Stay at Home order a bit farther…

Administrator Michael Herbert tells KRMS News, the county’s order echoes the Governor’s requests, but also mandates that non-essential businesses not able to comply with adequate space for social distancing to cease operating immediately, unless a waiver is obtained from the department of economic development.

The order is similar to one issued by Benton County, however their order goes one step further by allowing the right for law enforcement to issue fines and/or arrest those found violating the order.

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