Minnesota Governor Tim Walz says state residents are doing a good job of staying home.

“Over the month of month, the Department of Public Safety says traffic flow was down 71 percent in rural Minnesota and 79 percent in the greater metro area,” said Walz.

A stay-at-home order, issued by the Governor last week, is in effect until April 10th at five p.m. Walz says the goal of the order is to slow the spread of COVID-19.