Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Wednesday he will not make a decision on the state’s expiring “stay-at-home” order intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus until next week.
The order, which went into effect March 31, is set to expire April 30, or next Thursday.
The Republican governor said he is waiting to make decisions on what comes next for the state to avoid potentially having to reverse them in the future.
Ducey added that there are three possible options when he makes a decision — let the order expire, extend it in its current form or modify it.
“We are going to develop Arizona solutions,” Ducey said in a press conference. “We are going to use the Arizona data that we have and I am going to get input and support from Arizona stakeholders as we do this.”