Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced several executive actions Thursday in the fight against the spread of COVID-19. One order requires restaurants in Arizona counties with confirmed coronavirus cases, to provide dine-out options only and that all bars in those counties close. The order allows restaurants to deliver alcoholic beverages with the purchase of food. This would include Coconino County. The order goes into effect at the close of business Friday. Ducey is also activating the National Guard to help assist grocery stores and food banks re-stock shelves and volunteer. Another order halts all elective surgeries to free up medical resources and maintain hospital capacities. The governor also issued an order that would delay expiration dates on Arizona driver licenses for seniors and commercial drivers.