What Gov. Ducey’s latest order means for Arizona arts, culture centers

Gov. Doug Ducey lifted COVID-19 restrictions on Arizona businesses and events on Thursday, but that doesn’t seem to change much for some local theaters, arts and culture centers.

Phoenix Art Museum will continue to require masks, social distancing and limit groups of guests visiting the museum to 10 people or fewer.

“We are still holding true to our current guidelines, our senior staff is monitoring every day,” said Samantha Andreacchi, assistant director of communications at the Phoenix Art Museum.

“If we do end up making changes in the next couple weeks we will announce everything on our website and over email.”

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What Gov. Ducey’s latest order means

Gov. Ducey’s latest executive order means events with more than 50 people would not need government approval and businesses can resume regular operations, with safety measures now required considered recommendations.

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