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City Of Flagstaff Orders Closures Of Bars, Microbreweries And Other Establishments Due To COVID-19 Pandemic

Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans signed a proclamation Monday that will close a number of businesses and limit access to restaurants staring Tuesday night at 8 p.m. due to the coronavirus pandemic. Restaurants can operate a delivery or take out service, but will not be allowed to operate dine-in service. The proclamation also says all bars, breweries, distilleries, wineries, clubs and other similar businesses must close. Also theaters, libraries, museums, gyms, and other indoor recreation facilities must also close. The proclamation doesn’t pertain to grocery stores, convenience stores and other similar establishments. Food banks, pharmacies and establishes inside the Flagstaff Airport can also remain open. The city has also suspended ParkFlag meters for downtown Flagstaff during this time. According to the law, and proclamation, anyone who violates the proclamation could be charged with a class one misdemeanor. The proclamation runs through April 1st at 11:59 p.m. or when conditions warrant.