MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WTVA) - Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said a stay-at-home order scheduled to expire on April 30 will convert to a "safer-at-home" order.
After talking with state health officials, congressional leaders and her coronavirus task force, she announced Tuesday morning the state has seen a leveling off in the number of cases in the state.
Ivey said they are going to phase in a reopening for some businesses in the state.
The safer-at-home order goes into effect on April 30 at 5 p.m.
WTVA will have more information on this announcement on WTVA 9 News at Noon.