It depends. Your business is likely on the hook for paying rent, unless the government takes further action like issuing grants, or possibly if you have a force majeure clause (see below) that may excuse you from paying rent for the duration of the kind of event described in the clause. If your lease includes a Personal Guarantee or Guaranty, though, you are likely personally on the hook for the rent no matter what happens to your business. The personal guarantee is a statement that you are “personally guaranteeing” or “agreeing to guarantee to perform” all of the requirements under the lease. Another key phrase to look for is “agree to guaranty”.