Triadvocates Navigator Special Edition: April 29, 2020

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April 29, 2020

Arizona's stay-at-home order modified, extended to May 15


This afternoon, Gov. Doug Ducey announced that his stay-at-home order will be modified and extended until May 15. Here’s what changes:


  • Starting May 4, retail businesses will be allowed to sell goods via drive-thru, pick-up, delivery or window service—provided they establish and implement sanitation and physical distancing measures. This will be a "limited opening," with appointment-based services, limited occupancy, curbside pick-up and delivery.
  • Effective May 8, those businesses can begin offering their goods via in-store purchases as long as strict social distancing protocols are enforced. Note: This updated guidance applies to the act of selling goods, not services.


Additional guidance for restaurants will be announced next week, with the goal of “hopefully” resuming dine-in services in May. When asked about bars reopening, however, the governor indicated that at this point, it’s not under consideration (same goes for salons and gyms).


Travel restrictions to certain hotspots will also remain in place until May 15. As a refresher, earlier this month, the governor signed an executive order requiring that those flying into Arizona from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut self-quarantine upon arrival for 14 days.



You can find the governor’s presentation here and the modified executive order here.

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