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The latest on COVID-19 in Arizona.

Arizona Governor Extends Stay at Home Order, Announces Re-opening Plans

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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced Wednesday that his "Stay at Home" executive order will remain in effect until May 15, while some restaurants could be re-opening as soon as May 12 with guidance from the state. 

 

 

"Stay Home, Stay Connected, Return Stronger." -Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey

Bars would not be included if restuarants are to re-open on May 12, according to Gov. Ducey.  Restaurants and bars that don't comply could lose their liquor license and face fines of up to $2,500 and six months in jail .

Ducey also announced all travel restrictions will remain in place until the May 15 date. 

Last week Ducey said all elective surgeries would resume on May 1.

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