March 26, 2021

Following a continued decline in COVID-19 cases and the distribution of more than three million vaccines statewide, Governor Doug Ducey today announced an update to the state’s COVID-19 mitigation measures. The announced action builds on Arizona’s substantial trend in declining cases, hospitalizations and ongoing efforts to protect our most vulnerable residents.

The following changes are reflected in a new Executive Order from Governor Ducey:

  • Events of more than 50 people can be permitted across the state. These events should continue to follow safe practices and CDC recommendations, including physical distancing.  This includes youth sports.
  • The business guidance will transition from requirements to recommendations. Governor Ducey is providing businesses with the ability to continue requiring masks and social distancing.
  • Bars have already been allowed to operate as “dine-in” at full capacity. They will now be allowed to resume regular operations, with the ability to require social distancing and masks.

“Lake Havasu City continues to see a decline in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations as vaccines become more readily available in our community.  Governor Ducey's announcement is further proof that as a community we are rounding the corner on this terrible pandemic that has impacted so many residents in Lake Havasu City,” said Mayor Cal Sheehy. “Our hope is that residents, visitors and business owners remain vigilant on our optimistic path back to normalcy.”

For more information, including a link to the Governor’s Executive Orders and other City services related to COVID-19, please visit the link below.

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