Until further order, each Clerk-Magistrate, in consultation with the respective First Justice, may advance, schedule, and conduct proceedings, in any case type except a non-essential eviction action, as defined by the Eviction Moratorium Legislation. In addition, all divisions of the Housing Court shall continue addressing emergency matters, including applications for injunctive relief (asking the court to order someone to do or not do something, e.g., start paying utilities or stop damaging property); temporary restraining orders where a complaint involves a lockout, condemnation, no heat, no water, and/or no utilities; a stay of a levy on an execution (e.g., a court order stopping a landlord or constable from physically removing an occupant from a property); where access is required to address an emergency (e.g., burst water pipe, gas fumes, etc.); and other matters to be determined at the discretion of the Clerk-Magistrate and First Justice of each division. Any such proceedings shall continue to be held virtually until courthouses begin to physically, and gradually, reopen to the general public beginning on July 13, 2020. After July 13, 2020, court proceedings should, to the extent possible, continue to be conducted virtually, but in-person proceedings may be held where it would be more efficient or effective to do so or if a virtual proceeding is not practicable, as determined by the Clerk-Magistrate, in consultation with the respective First Justice. In addition, due consideration must be given to reopening protocols established by the Trial Court.