Arizona - COVID-19
July 9, 2020
Gov Ducey has ordered Restaurants to limit Inside Dining Capacity to
May 12, 2020
Gov Ducey has extended the Stay-At-Home Order thru May 15th with
modifications. Restaurants continue to re-open for Dine-In Services.
Restaurants are allowed to restart Dine-In Services
April 29, 2020
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has extended Arizona's stay-at-home order through May 15, with new modifications,
announced in a Wednesday afternoon press conference.
The modifications include the partial reopening of retail establishments starting May 4.
Dine-in at restaurants is expected to be resumed some time in May, with a best case scenario of May
12th. When asked about other types of businesses, like gyms, barber shops and salons, the governor said there is no specific timeline in place for reopening, but he is also hopeful for the month of May.
April 7, 2020
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey issued a series of coronavirus-related executive orders Tuesday, including one that requires travelers to Arizona from hard-hit states New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to self-quarantine for 14 days.
March 30, 2020
Gov. Doug Ducey has issued an executive order urging Arizonans to stay home. The order takes effect at 5 p.m. on Tuesday.
March 19, 2020
Statement From AZ Governor Doug Ducey - March 19, 2020
Today, we took multiple executive actions following CDC guidelines to ensure public health and safety:
1. Activating National Guard: To ensure Arizonans have continued access to food, Iím activating the National Guard to assist grocery stores & food banks in the face of heightened demand.
2. Freeing Up Medical Resources: I'm issuing an Executive Order that halts all elective surgeries in the state to free up medical resources and maintain the capacity for hospitals and providers to continue offering vital services. This will reserve critical protective equipment for the fight against COVID-19.
3. Updating Restaurant Requirements: Iím issuing an Executive Order aligning with guidance from CDC.gov that requires restaurants in counties with confirmed cases of COVID-19 to provide dine-out options only, and closes bars, movie theaters and gyms. Restaurants will be allowed to deliver alcoholic beverages with food purchase.
4. Delaying License Expirations: I'm issuing an Executive Order to delay expiration dates on Arizona driver licenses, ensuring residents over the age of 65 do not need to visit Motor Vehicle Division offices to renew their driver licenses during the public health emergency.
March 19, 2020
Governor Doug Ducey issued an Executive Order that requires restaurants in counties with confirmed cases of COVID19 to provide dine-out options only, and closes bars, movie theaters and gyms. Restaurants will be allowed to deliver alcoholic beverages with food purchase.
The Mayor of Phoenix has ordered all Bars Closed and Restaurants to
Operate in Take-out, Drive-in and Delivery Modes only.
March 11, 2020
The Governor of Arizona has declared a State of Emergency.