This page has been added to the Website to keep the members of the Arizona Elks Association apprised of the COVID-19 Situation in the State of Arizona. (Click on any of the Links below to see additional information or the actual document)

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CDC Guidance and Information, Gatherings, 30 days to slow the Spread, Guidelines for reopening, Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated vs Unvaccinated

State of Arizona Information: State of Emergency Declaration, Governor Press Releases

Governor Doug Ducey Executive Orders page, the following orders directly impact our Local Lodges the full list can be seen by clicking the link “Executive Orders” above: Order to Stay home, / Essential Businesses and Closures ,/ Additional Guidance Essential Businesses, / School Closures, Extension of Licensing for 6 months, / Concerning certain out of State visitors to Arizona, / Order to Stay Home extended w/modifications / Order to return Strong, / Guidelines for Mask and Stricter guidelines / Order closing bar, gyms until 27 July 2020 / Guidelines for Businesses / Guidelines for Restaurants and Bars

Updated Guidance for Businesses 10 Aug 20 / Updated Guidance for Bars with dine in 10 Aug 20 / AZDH website that is referenced in the guidance

****Updated / Current Guidance**** Guidance for Meetings and Private Events not open to the General Public 06 Oct 20 / Updated Guidance for Liquor Licensed Businesses 20 Oct 20 / Latest Executive Order – Eliminating capacity requirements only

Arizona Dept of Liquor License and Control COVID-19 Documentation and guidance in reference to Executive Orders Pertaining to Closing Bars EO 2020-09, / Pertaining to Opening Restaurants EO 2020-34, / Pertaining to EO 2020-43

Arizona Dept of Health COVID-19 Information

Locations for the Testing Blitz in Arizona, this site will be updated when the counties identify their locations

Sites the AZDH are tracking to recommend strategies to Governor Doug Ducey to open back up AZ for Social Distancing, / Cases increasing or stable and ASU COVID-19 Trends tracker

Vaccinations: Current Priority for Vaccination per County, Sign up for the Vaccination video and website, Vaccine Locations across the State

County Information: Click on the County to be redirected to the Counties health department page for up to date information on COVID-19. These numbers are updated as of 15 March 21. There are 833,381 Cases in Arizona and 16,533 deaths.

Coconino County (16,855 Cases) – 2 Lodge’s in this county – Flagstaff 499, Page 2498

Cochise County (11,418 Cases) – 3 Lodge’s in this county – Douglas 955, Sierra Vista 2065, Willcox 2131

Gila County (6,456 Cases) – 2 Lodge’s in this county – Payson 2154, Pinal Mountain 2809

La Paz County (2,421 Cases) – 1 Lodge in this county – Parker 1929

Maricopa County (520,861 Cases) – 14 Lodge’s in this county – Tempe 2251, Apache Junction 2349, Mesa Buckhorn 2656, Fountain Hills 2846, Gilbert  2848, Phoenix 335, Gila Bend 2089, Scottsdale 2148, Sun City 2559, Buckeye 2686, Phoenix West 2729, Raceway 2852, Chandler 2429, Wickenburg 2160  

Mohave County (21,657 Cases) – 3 Lodge’s in this county – Kingman 468, Bullhead City 2408, Lake Havasu City 2399

Navajo County (15,567 Cases) – 3 Lodge’s in this county – Winslow 536, Show Low 2090, Holbrook 2450

Pima County  (111,344 Cases) – 6 Lodge’s in this county – Tucson 385, Ajo 1576, Tucson East 2532, Green Valley 2592, Casa Adobes 2663, Catalina Mountain 2815

Pinal County (47,733 Cases) – 4 Lodge’s in this county – Casa Grande Valley 1957, Coolidge-Florence 2350, Kearny 2478, San Manuel 2007

Yavapai County (18,125 Cases) – 4 Lodge’s in this county – Prescott 330, Jerome 1361, Chino Valley 2842, Sedona 2291 

Yuma County (36,602 Cases) – 1 Lodge in this county – Yuma 476 

If a Lodge needs a copy of their City’s Proclamation of Emergency. Please email me at and I can send a copy to you.