The stay at home order for Missouri went into effect just after midnight and lasts until 11:59 p.m. on April 24.
The order states that anyone who lives in Missouri “shall avoid leaving their homes or places of residence unless necessary.”
The order includes specific guidance for staying home, social distancing, businesses and employees, schools, restaurants, firearm sales and state government buildings.
Missourians are not prohibited from accessing essential services, such as grocery stores, gas stations or banks or taking part in outdoor recreation as long as they stay at least six feet away from others.
The order limits the amount of people that can be in a retail location.
View the stay at home order here.