PHOENIX – As of Tuesday, March 31, Arizona health officials have reported 1,289 cases of COVID-19 and 24 deaths in the state. On Monday, at the recommendation of public health officials, Gov. Doug Ducey issued an Executive Order for Arizonans to stay home while encouraging social distancing and keeping in contact with family and friends.
Stay home. Stay healthy. Stay connected.
At the recommendation of public health officials, I’m issuing an Executive Order for Arizonans to stay home while encouraging alternative ways to stay connected with friends and loved ones. 1/ pic.twitter.com/I6fqM9DVXu
— Doug Ducey (@dougducey) March 30, 2020
On Monday, the Navajo Police Department began holding road blocks due to the Navajo Nation-wide curfew that took effect at 8:00 p.m. This weekend, members of the Arizona National Guard set-up a Federal Medical Station in Chinle in response to COVID-19 health crisis that has hit the area hard.