Missouri governor outlines plan to reopen state May 4th

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Jefferson City, MO - Gov. Mike Parson has released a plan with details of how businesses can begin to reopen in Missouri starting May 4, following weeks of closure aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus.

And while non-essential businesses may resume operations, they must enforce strict 'social distancing' in order to do so. 

This reopening plan does not supercede local and municipal restrictions that remain in effect.  Both Kansas City, Missouri and Jackson County have stay-at-home orders in place until May 15th.