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Federal legislation has made several revisions to the unemployment insurance program administered by the state of Arizona. Read a summary of the changes here.
Governor Provides Additional Guidance on Essential Services
Arizona State Governor Doug Ducey’s Office released additional information on April 3, 2020 further defining essential services and recreational activities.
Per the statement, effective Saturday, April 4 at 5 p.m., “amenities at public parks that do not allow for recommended physical distancing or proper hygiene,” will cease operations. In Maricopa, this will include basketball courts along with the already closed playgrounds, fitness court and public restrooms. Copper Sky and Pacana Parks remain open.
Click here to view the full statement from the Governor’s Office.
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Gov. Ducey provides an update to Executive Order 2020-33 issueing new guidelines and practices as businesses begin to open.
Details about the order can be found here.
Full details about this order can be found here.
Please view the revised order here.
Gov. Doug Ducey issued Executive Order 2020-25 on April 7 2020, permitting restaurants to repackage and sell grocery items on-hand. This includes items not normally packaged and labeled for resale and will be in effect until further notice. Restaurants currently licensed or permitted to serve prepared food may sell grocery items; however, the order does not permit a restaurant that does not hold a current Liquor License to sell alcoholic beverages. Click here to view the order.
- H.R. 6201, Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
- H.R. 748, Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
Search for additional federal coronavirus legislation here.