By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter
Arizona has some of the fewest COVID-19 restrictions on businesses and public gatherings among U.S. states.
That is according to new research from WalletHub.
Overall, Arizona has the 8th fewest number of COVID-19 restrictions in the country.
Arizona has the fewest mandates and requirements to wear face masks in public, according to WalletHub. The state has also been at the forefront of reopening child care facilities and preschools, according to WalletHub.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has been reopening the economy after a two-month shutdown because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Fitness centers, retail shops, restaurants and workplaces have been reopening. Construction sites remained open in Arizona during the pandemic’s shutdown of other businesses and activities.
South Dakota and Wisconsin have the fewest COVID-19 restrictions. Illinois and Rhode Island have the most.
Texas has the 12th fewest restrictions among U.S. states. It was one of the first states to re-open.
California ranks 32nd, Ohio 38th, New York and Michigan 41st and New Mexico 44th.
New Mexico has shutdown some areas and imposed restrictions with the Coronavirus’ spread in the Navajo Nation.
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