In response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Governor Little has entered Idaho’s Order to Self Isolate on March 25, 2020. I am receiving a high volume of calls regarding parents denying visitation due to COVID-19 and many parents are concerned that their visitation will be cut off. The following is intended to provide you with a clear picture of the new order and its impact on your custody and visitation orders. As always, I am available to address any questions you may have.
现在在爱达荷州生效的“宿舍”订单明确授权“必要的旅行”。可以合理地理解，在此订单的含义下，托管交易所的旅行是“必不可少”。也就是说，没有理由不能与爱达荷州的孩子一起旅行以获得探视。Enclosed for your reference is a copy of Governor Brad Little’s Executive Proclamation and Order, which was issued on March 25, 2020. I refer you specifically to paragraph 8 (h) (v), which states that essential travel includes “travel required by court order.” Thus, following through with Visitation Orders is considered essential travel.
In summary, custody exchanges must continue unless there is an explicit and demonstrable reason why such travel and visits would expose the child(ren) to harm or significant risk of infection (e.g., a member of the other household has tested positive or has been in contact with, or cannot safely avoid contact with others who are positive). Simply using COVID-19 as a blanket excuse to avoid providing visitation is not acceptable and does not fall within the governors order and may subject the non-complaint parent to contempt.
时间 - 订单持续多久？