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Mayor Winnecke Extends Executive Order on Gathering Sizes in Evansville

On Monday, Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke extended his Executive Order on gathering sizes in the River City.

Posted: Oct 26, 2020 2:03 PM
Updated: Oct 26, 2020 2:04 PM

On Monday, Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke said that he had extended his new Executive Order on gathering size limitations in the River City for an additional seven days.

Mayor Winnecke's Executive Order originally went into effect on Oct. 19. It was set to last for a seven-day period before its expiration, though Winneke indicated the probability of its extension, saying it would "likely" be extended. 

Link: Mayor Winnecke On New Executive Order & Plans Moving Forward

The Executive Order issued by Mayor Winnecke requires gatherings where attendance is expected to exceed 125 to be approved by the Vanderburgh County Health Department, which has the authority to approve, deny, or make changes to plans submitted by event organizers.

Link: Everything to Know About Mayor Winnecke's New COVID-19 Order

If an event/gathering doesn't have an approved plan by the Vanderburgh County Health Department, local law enforcement will ask the attendees to leave. Refusal can lead to further action by law enforcement per city code.

The Executive Order will now be in effect until midnight on Nov. 2, 2020, unless extended again.



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