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Ducey extends ‘modified’ stay-at-home order until May 15 (access required)

As part of Ducey’s phased approach, he will allow retail stores to voluntarily reopen on May 4, and expand their operations with strict public health requirements on May 8. In addition, his goal is to allow restaurants to reopen in May, he said. The governor said he is listening to business leaders in that industry and argued it would not make sense for restaurants to reopen when people aren’t going out.

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