Declaration of Emergency Executive Orders
State of Minnesota, Executive Department, Governor Tim Walz


Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-69
Extending the Temporary Nighttime Curfew in the Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul (June 1)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-68

Extending the Temporary Nighttime Curfew in the Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul (May 31)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-67
Implementing and Coordinating Cooperative Firefighting, Health, and Peace Officer Assistance (May 31)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-66
Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations to Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota (May 31)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-65
Implementing a Temporary Nighttime Curfew in the Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul (May 29)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-64

Activating the Minnesota National Guard and Declaring a Peacetime Emergency to Provide Safety and Protection to the People of Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Surrounding Communities (May 29)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-63

Continuing to Safely Reopen Minnesota’s Economy and Ensure Safe Non-Work Activities during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (May 28)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-62

Amending Executive Order 20-56 to Allow Worship, Weddings, and Funerals to Proceed as Safely as Possible during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (May 22)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-61
Extending the Relief from Regulations for Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota Declared in Executive Order 20-45 (May 22)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-60
Extending the Relief from Regulations for Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota Declared in Executive Orders 20-24 and 20-44 (May 22)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-59
Extending the Relief from Regulations for Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota Declared in Executive Orders 20-06 and 20-37 (May 18)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-58
Authorizing the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission to Hold Remote Meetings as Necessary to Protect Health and Safety (May 18)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-57

Authorizing and Directing the Commissioner of Education to Allow for a Safe and Effective Summer Learning Environment for Minnesota’s Students (May 14)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-56
Safely Reopening Minnesota’s Economy and Ensuring Safe Non-Work Activities during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (May 14)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-55
Protecting the Rights and Health of At-Risk Populations during the COVID19 Peacetime Emergency (May 14)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-54
Protecting Workers from Unsafe Working Conditions and Retaliation During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (May 14)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-53
Extending the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency Declared in Executive Order 20-01 (May 14)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-52

Authorizing Students in Critical Sectors to Return to Safe Higher Education Institutions for Completion of a Postsecondary Credential (May 7)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-51

Requiring Facilities to Prioritize Surgeries and Procedures and Provide Safe Environment during COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (May 7)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-50
Ensuring the Protection of Emergency Government Support and Consumers’ Financial Security from Consumer Garnishment Actions During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (May 5)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-49

Allowing Commercial Food Trucks to Operate at Highway Rest Areas in Minnesota During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (May 4)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-48
Extending and Modifying Stay at Home Order, Continuing Temporary Closure of Bars, Restaurants, and Other Places of Public Accommodation, and Allowing Additional Workers in Certain Non-Critical Sectors to Return to Safe Work places (April 30)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-47
Clarifying Applicant of Executive Order 20-33 to Homeless Encampments (May 1)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-46

Authorizing Out-of-State Healthcare Professionals to Render Aid in Minnesota during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (April 28)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-45
Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations to Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota (April 27)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-44
Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations to Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota (April 27)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-43
Allowing Shareholders Flexibility to Hold Remote Meetings and Avoid Gatherings During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (April 27)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-42
Ensuring that Emergency Economic Relief Does Not Prevent Eligibility for Essential Human Services Programs During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency (April 27)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-41
Authorizing and Directing the Commissioner of Education to Extend the Distance Learning Period and Continue to Provide a Safe Learning Environment for Minnesota’s Students (April 24)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-40
Allowing Workers in Certain Non-Critical Sectors to Return to Safe Workplaces (April 24)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-39
Providing Administrative Flexibility to the Department of Human Rights (April 24)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-38
Allowing for Safe Outdoor Recreation. (April 17)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-37
Extending the Relief from Regulations for Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota Declared in Executive Order 20-06. (April 17)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-36
Directing Salary Reductions for Certain Officials. (April 15)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-35
Extending the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency Declared in Executive Order 20-01. (April 13)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-34
Protecting Minnesota’s First Responders by Directing the Commissioner of Health to Share Information with the Department of Public Safety, 911 Dispatchers, and First Responders . (April 11)

Extending Stay at Home Order and Temporary Closure of Bars, Restaurants, and Other Places of Public Accommodation. (April 8)

Ensuring that Healthcare Providers Can Respond Quickly and Safely During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (April 8)

Providing for Relief from Regulations to Certain Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota. (April 8)
Providing National Guard Assistance for Spring Flood Response and Protection. (April 8)
Amending Executive Order 20-05 to Expedite State Unemployment Insurance Benefits During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (April 7)
 
Allowing Out-of-State Mental Health Providers to Render Telehealth Aid and Permitting Certain Licensing Boards to Provide License and Registration Relief During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (April 7)
 
Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations to Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota. (April 6)
Ensuring Continuing Operations of the Medical Cannabis Program during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency(March 31)

Authorizing Peace Officers, Firefighters, and Security-Related Licensing Boards to Modify Requirements During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 31)
Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations to Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota. (March 27)

Authorizing Minnesota Health-Related Licensing Boards to Modify Requirements During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 27)

Authorizing the State Auditor to Temporarily Suspend Reporting Requirements During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 27)

Clarifying Application of Executive Order 20-07 to Allow for Coverage of Employees of Constitutional Officers. (March 27)
Directing Minnesotans to Stay at Home. (March 25)
Authorizing and Directing the Commissioner of Education to Implement a Distance Learning Period and Continue to Provide a Safe Learning Environment for Minnesota’s Students. (March 25
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Continuing the Closure of Bars, Restaurants, and Other Places of Public Accommodation. (March 25)
Clarifying Application of Executive Order 20-09 to Veterinary Surgeries and Procedures. (March 23)

Directing Non-Hospital Entities to Inventory and Preserve Vital Medical Equipment During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 23)

Providing Immediate Relief to Small Businesses During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 23)

Suspending Evictions and Writs of Recovery During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 23)
Authorizing National Guard Assistance to COVID-19 Response. (March 21)
Preserving Access to Human Services Programs During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 20)
Securing Federal Authority to Continue Human Services Programs During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 20)
Combatting Price Gouging During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 20)
Directing Delay of Inpatient and Outpatient Elective Surgery and Procedural Cases during COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 18)
Clarifying Public Accommodations Subject to Executive Order 20-04. (March 18)

Providing for State Workforce Needs During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 17)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-06
Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations to Motor Carriers and Drivers Operating in Minnesota. (March 17)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-05
Providing Immediate Relief to Employers and Unemployed Workers During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 16)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-04
Providing for Temporary Closure of Bars, Restaurants, and Other Places of Public Accommodation. (March 16)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-03
Protecting Residents of Minnesota Veterans Homes during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. (March 16)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-02
Authorizing and Directing the Commissioner of Education to Temporarily Close Schools to Plan for a Safe Educational Environment. (March 15)

Declaration of Emergency Executive Order 20-01
Declaring a Peacetime Emergency and Coordinating Minnesota's Strategy to Protect Minnesotans from COVID-19. (March 13)