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

Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer

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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