UPDATE: A post to the Lisbon Police Department Facebook page says the curfew imposed by the Mayor has been lifted.
City leaders are encouraging citizens to stay home as much as possible.
LISBON, Iowa (KWWL) -- The City of Lisbon will be going under a curfew from 10 p.m. - 5 a.m. that is effective Wednesday, March 24 until further notice.
This curfew is being put in place to help fight the unnecessary spread of the coronavirus and is in effect every day of the week, but residents may still travel to and from work.
Residents can also drive to any other essential location such as gas stations, grocery stores, and seek medical treatment.
The city says they will continue to monitor the situation and update residents with any changes.