Arizona Again Closing Bars, Nightclubs, Gyms Due to Coronavirus Spike

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Arizona bars, nightclubs and gyms face mandatory shutdowns amid coronavirus spike

Conceding he made a mistake in allowing them to reopen, Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday shuttered all bars in the state for at least the next 30 days.

Ditto gyms, water parks, movie theaters and tubing along Arizona rivers.



And schools won’t open until at least Aug. 17, two weeks later than the planned start date for most districts on traditional calendars.

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The moves come as Ducey acknowledged the explosion of cases of COVID-19 that started two weeks after his mid-May order reopening the state economy. That two weeks pretty much coincides with the incubation period of the virus when people are exposed.

“We’re fixing it” the governor said when asked if he screwed up in letting bars reopen six weeks ago.

He separately banned gatherings of more than 50 people. Churches and political rallies are exempt.

This could put a damper on any planned Fourth of July celebrations, though he did give individual cities and towns the power to permit larger crowds, including to watch fireworks, if there are assurances there will be proper social distancing.

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