CDC extends residential eviction moratorium one last time
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Thursday extended the federal mandate prohibiting landlords from evicting people unable to make rent payments. This will be the last time the moratorium is lengthened, CDC officials said.
After numerous extensions, the eviction ban was set to expire at the end of June. Now, millions of U.S. renters at risk of displacement due to the global pandemic have until July 31 to get their finances in order, according to a CDC order. After that, courts nationwide can move forward with eviction proceedings.