PHOENIX – Arizona health officials are working their way through hundreds of applications from shuttered businesses aiming to reopen in areas that haven’t met COVID-19 benchmarks.
Indoor gyms, bars/nightclubs, indoor theaters, water parks and tubing operations were forced to close June 29, when coronavirus was spiking across Arizona, under an executive order issued by Gov. Doug Ducey.
They can reopen while following industry-specific requirements in counties that meet benchmarks for three metrics measuring the spread of COVID-19 set by the Arizona Department of Health Services.
But when the benchmarks haven’t been met, a business impacted by the order can apply to reopen by creating an individualized plan that includes measures that are stricter than the requirements for when county benchmarks are met.
If the state health department approves the application, the business can reopen and must post the plan in a conspicuous location at the venue.
Here are the Arizona businesses that had their applications approved as of Tuesday, as reported by the state:
Alamo Chandler LLC
Training for Warriors-Estrella
Full Strength LLC SBA CrossFit Full Strength
Michelle Davis Pilates
AZ on the Rocks – Indoor Climbing, Inc.
Raise The Bar Training Studio
MixFit Phoenix LLC
Prowess Pole Fitness LLC
KYS 1994 LLC DBA Club Pilates (three sites)
CrossFit 646 (two sites)
Pure Barre Tempe
Martin Pear JCC and Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus
Camelback Village Racquet & Health Club
Gainey Village Health Club & Spa
DC Ranch Village Health Club and Spa
Ocotillo Village Health Club & Spa
Bird Dog Pilates & Fitness
TruHit Fitness Central Scottsdale
Bump Fitness Club
Sweatshop on Central; Sweat Shop Central LLC
Gainster Fitness LLC (two sites)
CrossFit Infinite Strength
Bars serving food
Mooney’s Irish Pub
Bisbee Grand Hotel and Bar
Gallagher #6 LLC
Copper City Saloon
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