PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today is rescinding 25 Executive Orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic following action by the Arizona Legislature to codify into law many of the policies enacted by the Executive Orders to protect against excessive mandates, including mask usage in schools and prohibiting vaccine passports.“Throughout the pandemic, we took action to protect Arizonans and their individual freedoms, like banning vaccine passports and protecting access to state universities,” said Governor Ducey. “Working with our Legislature, we’ve enacted these reforms into law. I want to thank Speaker Bowers, President Fann and all our legislators for their partnership in putting good policy into place on a permanent basis.” Effective July 1, 2021, the following Executive Orders related to the public health emergency will be rescinded:
Effective July 9, 2021, the following Executive Orders related to the public health emergency will be rescinded:
Effective September 29, 2021, the following Executive Orders related to the public health emergency will be rescinded upon enactment of legislation to codify the policies:
The following will be repealed on a date determined by the Arizona Department of Health Services:
The Governor's emergency declaration issued on March 11, 2020 remains in place.
View the Governor’s action to rescind the Executive Orders HERE.