Kansas Gov. Kelly extends coronavirus stay-at-home order to May 3

Warren East Theater in Wichita, Kansas temporarily closed due to coronavirus this spring. Photo credit Brian Grimmett/Kansas News Service.

TOPEKA, Kansas — Kansans will remain under a statewide stay-at-home order for at least two more weeks to slow the spread of the new coronavirus.

Gov. Laura Kelly said in a briefing Wednesday that she’s extending her executive order that all but shut down a wide range of businesses across the state to May 3.