Arizona not implementing coronavirus lockdown measures

Arizona not implementing coronavirus lockdown measures

Arizona is one of the 10 states in US that have not announced any shelter-in-place measures on the state to contain the coronavirus pandemic. Gov. Doug Ducey said his state ’is not at the same stage as other states’, and has barred cities and counties from issuing their own shelter-in-place orders, which has, reportedly, frustrated the mayors. Arizona had 919 cases by Sunday, up 18% from Saturday.

pennydreadful
pennydreadful
Spontaneous Order
Spontaneous Order 1 months

Maybe Trump could pull a Lincoln and send in the troops to burn Arizona to the ground. You're supposed to tow the line, states. It's for the Fatherland!

Fin
Fin 1 months

Another state full of retirees.. Does gov think his citizens have a special arizonian immunity gene

Jack the Muckraker
Jack the Muckraker 1 months

Thanks Trump!

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 months

This why the virus will continue to cycle around the country until the Fall. Then it will start a new epidemic.

Sean Donahue
Sean Donahue 1 months

Arizona has ordered all non essential businesses to close. What more do they want?

Fin
Fin 1 months

Anybody shocked... They enjoy never following fed guidelines as if it's chic to be rebellious

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