A “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected” order will go into effect Tuesday at 5 p.m. for the state of Arizona. Governor Doug Ducey made the announcement at a press briefing Monday afternoon. He says “limit your time away from home, except to participate in essential activities or essential services.” Ducey says the order does not mean grocery stores and pharmacies will close, they will stay open. He asks residents to get “one week’s worth of food for one week of need” to help stores maintain food and supply on the shelves. Ducey says restaurants, who are offering take out and delivery services, will also continue to do so. The order will remain in place until April 30th.