Minnesota is currently under a stay-at-home order until April 10th. Governor Tim Walz was asked Wednesday if that would be extended.

“Our peak is still coming, but we are seeing real evidence that social distancing is helping,” said Walz. “We’ll evaluate next week and make a determination at that time based on the data.”

Schools in Minnesota will remain under a distance-learning model until May fourth. Bars, restaurants, entertainment venues, and health clubs are closed until May first.