Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds today extended the state’s public health emergency proclamation, a move that means many of the state’s businesses will remain closed until April 30.

Reynolds, during today’s news conference, also announced that Iowa’s K-12 schools will remain closed until the end of April. “Keeping Iowa students out of classrooms is a difficult decision but it’s important to do that now,” she said. Schools have closed since March 15.

Reynolds’ announcement came as the number of positive tests for the coronavirus climbed to 614, including 11 deaths. In addition, there have been a total of 8,054 negative tests, according to the State Hygienic Lab and other labs.

The businesses that will remain closed until April 30 include restaurants, bars, casinos, fitness centers, bookstores, florists, clothing and shoe stores, cosmetic shops, and furniture and home furnishing stores. Reynolds ordered restaurants and bars closed on March 17; other retail stores were ordered closed on March 26.

Earlier today, Iowa Workforce Development released data showing that 58,453 Iowans filed initial unemployment claims last week. In March, more than 104,000 Iowans filed first-time applications for unemployment, more than 25% of whom worked in restaurants, bars and hotels.