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There are, as far as I know, 29 states currently declaring some sort of State of Emergency. What does this mean?

Take a look at the link below:
Gov. Bill Lee says no current need to close schools, workplaces amid coronavirus concerns

The article seems harmless enough; right?

Lee, who joined other governors on a call Monday with Vice President Mike Pence to discuss ongoing coronavirus efforts, confirmed that the state has received $10 million in federal funding to fight the spread of the illness.
The follow states are under a State of Emergency for other than COVID-19.
Alabama Feb18 Flooding
Georgia Mar05 Flooding
Missippi Feb15 Flooding
Tennessee Mar03 Tornado
Virgina Feb06 Flooding
West Virgina Feb07 Flooding

Maybe:
North Dakota Jan21 Trump Declares Disaster

Some of these states are downplaying the need to declare a State of Emergency for COVID-19.
These States of Emergency will normally expire in 90 days. It would be of financial benefit to declare a new State of Emergency, regarding COVID-19 once the current declaration expires.
 

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this site lists all of the states that have been affected and if it has a little orange triangle next to the state they have declared a state of emergency. Also clicking on the name of the state will expand it to show which counties within the state have known cases.



https://coronavirus.1point3acres.com/en
 

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Update - 12mar20

Alabama Feb 18 X
Alaska Mar 11
Arizona Mar 11
Arkansas Mar 11
California Mar 4
Colorado Mar 10
Connecticut Mar 10
District of Columbia Mar 11
Delaware Mar 12
Florida Mar 7
Georgia Mar 5 X
Hawaii Mar 4
Idaho
Illinois Mar 10
Indiana Mar 6
Iowa Mar 9
Kansas Mar 12
Kentucky Mar 6
Louisiana Mar 11
Maine
Maryland Mar 5
Massachusetts Mar 10
Michigan Mar 10
Minnesota
Mississippi Feb 15 X
Missouri
Montana Mar 12
Nebraska
Nevada Mar 12
New Hampshire
New Jersey Mar 9
New Mexico Mar 11
New York Mar 7
North Carolina Mar 10
North Dakota Jan 21 X
Ohio Mar 9
Oklahoma
Oregon Mar 8
Pennsylvania Mar 6
Rhode Island Mar 10
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee Mar 12
Texas
Utah Mar 6
Vermont Mar 10 ***
Virginia Mar 12
Washington Mar 9
West Virginia Feb 7 X
Wisconsin Mar 12
Wyoming

Those states without a date, have not declared any SoE.
Those states with an "X" (ex: West Virginia) have declared SoE for other than COVID-19.

The lone state with 3 stars, Vermont, was declared a SoE, not by the Govenor, but by POTUS Trump.
 

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Clarification

this site lists all of the states that have been affected...
Not quite the same information.
For example,
Alabama
Georgia

These states are not on the list, but are under a current declared SoE for an event that is not yet 90 days in the past.
 

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Sorry if this has been posted but it's important to share. Flights might be stopped to/from Washington and California so if you have needs there, get there without delay.[/url]
This shows that Trump is out of touch with the average Joe family. It is easy to get from Los Angeles to Seattle in 20 hours with a family of 4 and it costly only about ~$85 in fuel, one way.:cool:

A lot less time and a little more cost in fuel if the hammer is down.:thumb:

Unless I-5 gets shut down, this really isn't going to do much in my opinion.:sleep:
 

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Not quite the same information.
For example,
Alabama
Georgia

These states are not on the list, but are under a current declared SoE for an event that is not yet 90 days in the past.
ok Sorry about that, I use that site because it does list the individual counties in the state that is affected and so far as I have seen Alabama does not have any cases as of yet
 
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Update - 15mar20

All states under a SoE.

West Virginia is the only state with a current SoE for flooding and not COVID-19.

Alabama Mar 13
Alaska Mar 11
Arizona Mar 11
Arkansas Mar 11
California Mar 4
Colorado Mar 10
Connecticut Mar 10
District of Columbia Mar 11
Delaware Mar 12
Florida Mar 7
Georgia Mar 13
Hawaii Mar 4
Idaho Mar 13
Illinois Mar 10
Indiana Mar 6
Iowa Mar 9
Kansas Mar 12
Kentucky Mar 6
Louisiana Mar 11
Maine Mar 15
Maryland Mar 5
Massachusetts Mar 10
Michigan Mar 10
Minnesota Mar 13
Mississippi Mar 15
Missouri Mar 13
Montana Mar 12
Nebraska Mar 13
Nevada Mar 12
New Hampshire Mar 13
New Jersey Mar 9
New Mexico Mar 11
New York Mar 7
North Carolina Mar 10
North Dakota Mar 13
Ohio Mar 9
Oklahoma Mar 15
Oregon Mar 8
Pennsylvania Mar 6
Rhode Island Mar 10
South Carolina Mar 13
South Dakota Mar 13
Tennessee Mar 12
Texas Mar 13
Utah Mar 6
Vermont Mar 13
Virginia Mar 12
Washington Mar 9
West Virginia Feb 7 X
Wisconsin Mar 12
Wyoming Mar 13

At this time, there can only be one more update to this thread.

But I have the question, "Has there ever before been a situation where all 50 states have declared a SoE for the same threat?"
 
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