Residents in Cole County will soon be under a stay-at-home order.
The county’s public health director, Kristi Campbell, signed off on the order Friday. It will go into effect Saturday at 5 p.m. and run until at least April 11.
Cole County confirmed two more cases of COVID-19, bringing its total to 14 cases.
The order requires people to stay at home except for essential trips or work at essential businesses. Campbell said non-essential businesses can still remain open if they stop contact with the public and practice social distancing in the office.