May 5, 2021
Here is the latest Executive Order 202.105.
Importantly, EO 202.105 continues the suspensions and modifications of law, unless superseded, modified or otherwise expired, made by Executive Order 202 and each successor Executive Order to 202, for thirty days through May 27, 2021. This includes the Executive Order pertaining to BH telehealth and background checks flexibilities.
Also, it modifies the directive contained in Executive Order 202.17, that required any individual over the age of two to cover their nose or mouth with a mask or cloth face-covering when in a public place, is hereby extended and modified only insofar as to no longer require individuals who have a completed COVID-19 vaccination series to cover their noses or mouths while outdoors, except in crowded settings and venues.
Per this EO, the following directives are not extended and shall no longer be in effect:
-The directive contained in Executive Order 202.91, as modified by Executive Orders 202.97 and Executive Order 202.99, that required certain vaccine providers to prioritize the following groups for vaccination: (1) individuals age eligible; (2) individuals who are P-12 school (public or non-public) teachers, substitute teachers, or student teachers; and (3) individuals with comorbidities.
-The directive contained in Executive Order 202.86 that provided that any licensed healthcare provider who administers the vaccine to an individual who has not certified to being a member of a priority group or where such provider otherwise has knowledge that the individual is not a member of the priority group may be subject to civil penalties of up to one million dollars per dose administered and/or the revocation of any state-issued license.–