Do I need to buy supplies?

Making sure you’re well stocked on the essentials is smart with uncertainty about how COVID-19 social distancing recommendations could affect your daily routine and your family’s needs. Regardless of how COVID-19 spreads, however, Riley County will NOT order the closure of grocery stores or pharmacies.

So, buy what you need to provide for your family for up to two weeks for general preparedness. But there’s no need to stock up for any more than that. A little consideration for our neighbors is going to go a long way as we get through this together.

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1. Do I have to stay home?
2. Do I need to buy supplies?
3. What is necessary activity?
4. Can I go outside, take a walk or a run, walk my dog, spend time in a park or trail?
5. Can I donate cloth masks for medical professionals to use?
6. Is ATA Bus still in operation?
7. When should I call 911?
8. Where can I find FAQs for the Riley County Police Department?
9. Will grocery stores and pharmacies remain open?
10. What rules are in place for businesses that are deemed essential and do stay open during the stay-at-home order? How will they maintain a safe environment?
11. What type of outdoor activity is allowed during a stay-at-home order? Is hunting and fishing allowed?
12. Can I go visit a friend who is not relying on me for essential needs?
13. How do I contact the Q&A hotline?
14. When will the Local Health Officer provide updates?
15. What does a stay at home order mean?
16. ¿Qué significa esto para mi comunidad?