Updated Stay-at-Home Order

On April 29, Governor Ducey extended Arizona’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected Order until May 15. Arizonans should stay home unless they are participating in an essential activity (e.g., buying groceries, going to a doctor’s appointment, engaging in outdoor exercise activities etc.). As part of a plan to re-open some businesses, the Governor has decided:

  • Beginning May 1: Hospitals, dental offices, and other health care facilities could resume elective surgeries if certain conditions are met. 
  • Beginning May 4: retail stores can reopen for business by operating curbside delivery, window service, walk-up service, drive-through service, drive-up service, or delivery service.
  • Beginning May 8: retail stores may begin in-person operations if they establish and follow specific physical distancing and sanitation measures set by the Arizona Department of Health Services and the United States Department of Labor.

Arizonans who we are not working in essential businesses should continue to shelter in place. As more stores begin to re-open, social distancing practices should be exercised to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

What is currently open in Arizona under this amended order?

Auto MechanicsBanksCar Dealers
Charitable & Social ServicesConstructionCredit Unions
Critical TradesDelivery & Take-Out DiningElective Surgeries
Essential RetailGas StationsGolf Courses
GoodwillGrocery StoresHardware Stores
Heath OperationsHotels & MotelsLaundry Services
ManufacturingMediaPharmacies
Postal ServicesPublic Health OperationsState Parks

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