Read Janet Mills’ full stay-at-home order

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Robert F. Bukaty | AP
Gov. Janet Mills speaks to reporters in this Jan. 7 photo in Augusta.
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Gov. Janet Mills on Tuesday ordered Mainers to stay home except to shop for necessities or to go to jobs deemed essential through April, putting Maine among a majority of states to take similar action to fight the coronavirus.
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Gov. Janet Mills on Tuesday ordered Mainers to stay home except to shop for necessities or to go to jobs deemed essential through April, putting Maine among a majority of states to take similar action to fight the coronavirus.

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Correction: An earlier version of Gov. Janet Mills’ order was incorrect. The post has been updated to include the correct order.

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