The Coconino County Board of Supervisors issued a proclamation closing bars and other establishments at 8 p.m. Thursday. The proclamation is very similar to the proclamation the City of Flagstaff announced earlier this week. Closed will be bars, breweries, wineries, clubs and other businesses offering alcoholic beverages for on-premise consumption. It also means theaters, cinemas and other performance venues, along with libraries and museums, gyms, rec centers and other indoor recreation centers. The proclamation doesn’t apply to grocery and convenience stores, drug stores, food banks and other food pantries, as well as other markets. Restaurants cannot offer in facility dining, but can do delivery, take out and curbside service. The County’s proclamation does not affect businesses within city and town limits, such as Page, Fredonia, Grand Canyon National Park, Williams and the Navajo Nation. The closures will be in effect until Wednesday, April 1st at 11:59 p.m. The proclamation comes on the heels of the county’s first presumptive positive test in Flagstaff.