Occupancy Limits have now been lifted in Arizona on restaurants, gyms, theaters, water parks, bowling alleys, and bars providing dine in services. Governor Doug Ducey announced the changes via executive order. Social distance and mask recommendations remain in place.
The Governor’s order included:
- For businesses, physical distancing and mask protocols will remain in place, however specific occupancy percentage limitations will expire. This applies to restaurants, gyms, theaters, water parks, bowling alleys, and bars providing dine in services. Physical distancing is expected to be maintained.
- Spring Training and Major League Sports will have the ability to operate upon submission and approval of a plan to the Arizona Department of Health Services that demonstrates implementation of safety precautions and physical distancing.
- Mayors and local entities will still be precluded from implementing extreme measures that shut down businesses.