Arizona implements enhanced COVID-19 mitigation measures, requiring action of all Arizona businesses

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has announced renewed efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 as the state has seen a recent surge in the number of cases, according to the National Law Review.  As part of this effort, the Governor issued Executive Order 2020-40 (EO 2020-40), which imposes requirements instead of making recommendations, as well as new guidance for all Arizona businesses.  The new guidance has a wider application than previous COVID-19 mitigation guidance from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS).

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