Gov Ducey Declares 8 pm curfew in Arizona for 1 week
Gov Ducey issued a statewide declaration of emergency on Sunday. The curfew lasts from 8 pm until 5 am and is efective for one week. Ducey is also expanding National Guard mobilization throughout the state. As damage and violence continue accross the state in the wake of the death of George Floyd, Phoenix leaders are anticipating a 4th night of unrest. During the curfew, people are not allowed to be on any public street or in any public place unless they are: law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics or other medical personnel; National Guard or any other emergency response personnel; credentialed members of the media; traveling directly to and from work; attending religious services; commercial trucking and delivery services; obtaining food; caring for a family member, friend or animal; patronizing or operating private bussinesses; and seeking medical care of fleeing dangerous circumstances.
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