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  • Monday May 4th, non-essential retail can open for curbside and pick up. Friday May 8th, retail can be open for business with limited occupancy. Find the retail guidance Here

  • Friday May 8th, licensed Title 32 salon and cosmetology businesses can open. You can find that guidance here. All openings are voluntary. 

  • Monday May 11th, dine-in establishments can operate. Dine-in guidance can be found here. As the Governor mentioned, it is not about the license type but about dining in. If you can dine there, and follow the issued guidance, they are included for May 11th. Again, all openings are voluntary. 

  • Our executive orders related to these items can be found here. They are the "Return Stronger -- Amending the Stay Home, Stay Healthy Stay Connected Order," and the "Building on COVID-19 Success" order. 

  • We issued another EO today regarding reporting by nursing care institutions and residential care institutions related to COVID 19. Read that here

  • The Governor's powerpoint will be posted here later. 

  • AZDHS Guidance can be found here

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