PHOENIX (3TV/CBS5) -- The City of Phoenix has declared a state of emergency, amid coronavirus concerns. Mayor Kate Gallego tweeted out the announcement on Tuesday. 

Her tweet reads:

Based on input from healthcare professionals, business leaders,& community members, PHX is declaring a state of emergency forcing immediate closure of bars & moving restaurants to delivery/take-out/drive-thru only starting 8PM tonight. @cityoftucson joins us in this. #COVID19

Arizona's Family has a list of restaurants impacted by the coronavirus. We also have a list of the businesses impacted in the Phoenix-area.

There are currently 20 coronavirus cases in Arizona. There are nine cases in Maricopa County alone. A total of 221 people have been tested.

City of Phoenix

The City of Phoenix has declared a state of emergency.

Maricopa County Public Health say confirmed two more cases of coronavirus on Tuesday morning. The first case is a man in his 50s, who is recovering at home. A second is a woman in her 60s, who is currently hospitalized. 

The Navajo County Public Health Department also announced on Tuesday morning that a resident has been diagnosed with coronavirus. This is the county's first case, bringing Arizona's state total to 20.


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