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Arizona's stay-at-home order will be extended with modifications through May 15

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Governor Ducey has announced that Arizona's stay-at-home order will be extended with modifications through May 15.

 

This means non-essential stores and services have been ordered to remain closed, and residents are advised to maintain social distancing as much as possible.

 

He’s allowing some retail businesses to open next Monday, with more openings by the end of next week. He's expecting restaurants to be allowed to partially reopen in about two weeks, but hasn't yet made that official. Coronavirus.

 

Please click the here to read Governor Ducey, ADHS Release Guidelines For Retail Businesses And Customers As Openings Resume Next Week

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