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Stay-at-Home Order Issued in Arizona

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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey issued a statewide stay-at-home order beginning on March 31, which will remain in place through April 30, 2020, potentially longer. Under the order, essential services including hospitals, grocery and drug stores will remain open, and restaurants will continue to be able to provide delivery and takeout service.

Golf courses and both hair and nail salons will also remain open. Arizona school closures, already in place, have also been extended through the end of the school year. The announcement applies to Arizona public schools, both district and charter. Private schools must remain closed through at least April 30.

The Arizona 100 reports

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Randy Hotchkiss April 1, 2020 - 7:19 pm

I am contractor with a company called the North West Construction Control (NWCCINC) in Sumner Washington. What I do in Arizona is perform course of construction draw inspections for Washington Federal -now named WAFED I was told by NWCCINC that the construction Industry is an essential service and therefore they are exempt from the stay at home order and their inspectors are exempt from the stay at home order. It their understanding correct


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