Businesses that continue to violate the order could face stiff penalties.
The orders align with the governor's announcements made Wednesday evening.
The city passed a resolution declaring it a "constitutional and business-friendly community."
A St. Paul barbershop was forced to close after attempting to reopen.
The events are not in compliance with the stay-at-home order.
King Milan's Barber Shop reopened on Monday, May 4.
A brief survey is available to all Minnesotans to provide feedback.
Hair salons and barber shops are included in the "May and beyond" section.
The governor confirmed the order's extension during his Thursday press conference.
The governor is expected to extend the order but provide modifications.
The current order is set to expire May 4.
Social distancing will still be vital to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
The governor cautioned that social distancing must continue.
The governor also provided a response to President Trump's latest tweet.
Gov. Tim Walz set a target of 5,000 tests a day, which the Mayo says it can handle.
A full re-opening of the economy by May 4 is a "moonshot" goal, Gov. Walz said Monday.
The Stay at Home order has been loosened, with an eye towards boating season.
Minnesota's "Stay at Home" order is in place until May 4.
The order was extended through May 4.
The Minnesota model is estimating at least 6,000 deaths over a 12-month period.
Gov. Walz has extended the Stay at Home order to May 4.
The governor is speaking at 2 p.m.
The ongoing closure of dine-in service at bars and restaurant will also continue.
He is expected to announce an extended Stay at Home order.