Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey Issues More Executive Orders

In one of several Executive Orders issued yesterday, April 7, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is telling airline passengers from New York City, and anywhere else there is “substantial community spread” of the coronavirus, to quarantine themselves for two weeks after arrival.

Other orders issued include telling nursing homes and similar facilities to set up some sort of video chat so residents can communicate with family and friends if visitors aren't allowed, allowing restaurants to sell items they bought wholesale to the public without standard labeling requirements, and mandating additional reporting requirements for medical providers to give the state more details about COVID-19 patients.