Republican Governor Doug Ducey has been much criticized in his own state for a slow and incongruent response to the coronavirus. Many in his own party have called for him to step down.
Maybe Ducey’s latest move will put him back into voters’ good graces. . . maybe.
Ducey announced this week he would “loosen COVID-19 restrictions on the state’s businesses, events and local ordinances,” according to Fox News.
“Today we are in a different spot, and we are also a lot smarter,” tweeted the Arizona governor. “I’m confident Arizona’s businesses and citizens will continue to act responsibly as we gradually get back to normal.”
“We are over 3 million doses. President Biden and Vice President Harris have looked at the way we distribute vaccines here and have called us a national model,” said C.J. Karamargin, Ducey’s communications director.
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