In an effort to slow the spread of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), Dr. Thomas Harris, Floyd County Health Officer, does hereby order a mandate for all non-essential retail services to close walk-in service to the public.

This includes, but may not be limited to automobile dealers (with exception of services), furniture stores, electronic; appliance stores (with the exception of services), cosmetic stores,
personal care stores, salons; barber shops, tattoo parlors, clothing; shoe stores, jewelry stores, sporting goods stores, music shops, book stores, hobby/craft stores, florists, office
supply/stationary/gift stores, libraries, fitness centers, karate schools, and auctions.

Exemptions to this mandate are as follows: auto; appliance repair services, car rentals, home; garden supply dealers, banks, credit unions; other financial services, grocery; markets,
liquor stores, pharmacies, gas stations, supercenters, pet stores, and curbside; carryout food services.

All non-essential retail services shall remain closed, beginning March 23, 2020, 9:00 p.m., until further notification from the Floyd County Health Department.

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced earlier today that he was asking Indiana residents to stay inside as much as possible except for work, health care and to get supplies from March 25-April 7.