• Kyle Persaud

COVID-19 Law: Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and the U.S.

Updated: 2 hours ago

This post will tell:


  • Where to find COVID legal updates in every state in the U.S.

  • Where to find the current Oklahoma COVID laws;

  • Where to find updates on the legal situation in Bartlesville


You are likely wondering: What are the current COVID ordinances in Bartlesville? What are the latest laws and orders in Oklahoma? If you’re going to another state, you may be wondering: what are the current laws in that state? The laws and restrictions related to COVID-19 change so rapidly, that you probably have a hard time processing all the information, or knowing where to find the latest updates.


The law firm of Squire Patton Boggs, has done a great service, by publishing, on its blog, a “COVID-19 State Policy Report.” Squire Patton Boggs publishes this report every day; and each day they tell what the current regulations are in every state in the U.S., as well as the District of Columbia. If you’re looking for the current COVID-19 laws in any state, go to Squire Patton Boggs’ blog here and scroll down to the most recent COVID-19 State Policy Report. Squire Patton Boggs also has a “coronavirus hub” where they share legal insights on other legal developments related to COVID, such as laws relating to Small Business Administration loans, and government assistance.


To see all the executive orders issued by the Governor of Oklahoma, click here. To see the details of Oklahoma’s “Open Up and Recover Safely Plan” (which is currently going on) click here.


For the latest updates in the city of Bartlesville, click here. To see Bartlesville’s two ordinances:


Click here. to see the ordinance (still in effect) passed on June 1.


To see the ordinance passed on November 23, click here:



City-Council-Resolution-11-23-20
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