COVID-19 State Emergency Response
Suspended/Waived Practice Requirements
This map shows the states that have taken action to suspend or waive certain practice requirements for PAs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and will be updated on a rolling basis. Eight states (Maine, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Louisiana, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Virginia) previously issued executive orders that waived or suspended PA supervision requirements. Currently, executive orders in Louisiana and New Jersey remain in effect.
Note: As states revise, terminate, or issue emergency responses due to the ongoing nature of the pandemic, AAPA encourages readers to visit the applicable state website(s) of the issuing governor, mayor, regulatory board, or state agency to determine if executive and board orders or other guidance documents remain in effect or have been modified.
- Suspension/waiver of supervision requirements by Executive Order
- Suspension/waiver of all or partial supervision requirements by existing statute or regulation
- Only suspension/waiver of select practice requirements (licensure, ratios, telemedicine, etc.)
- No emergency provisions in effect
DISCLAIMER: The above information is for informational purposes only, and nothing therein is intended to be, or shall be construed as, legal, practice, or other professional advice, or as a substitute for legal, practice, or other professional advice.