The Biden administration extended the federal eviction moratorium June 24 for one month. This is intended to be the last extension, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The moratorium was set to expire on June 30 and will now end on July 31. The CDC put the moratorium in place to prevent people from going to shelters and spreading COVID-19.
In addition to extending the moratorium, the Biden administration will take other measures to stop a wave of evictions, including urging courts to participate in eviction diversion efforts and accelerating delivery of emergency rental assistance.