WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Despite Gov. Doug Ducey’s stay at home executive order, the Williams Veterinary Clinic continues to operate as an essential service for Williams area residents and their pets.
After two years of construction, North Country Healthcare opens doors to new $6 million health clinic in Williams. Celebratory open house delayed because of COVID-19 .
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The new Williams health clinic has opened and staff from North Country HealthCare began seeing patients April 8.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — As the only level I trauma care hospital in northern Arizona, Flagstaff Medical Center is on the front line in the fight against the COVID-19 virus.
The center normally provides lunches and activities for area seniors, however, because of COVID-19, the center has closed its doors.
Essential services allowed under March 30 executive order
In the city of Williams, residents will see little change since most of the city’s businesses were closed or restricted with Ducey’s March 20 executive order that restricted restaurants and bars.
Up to eight inches of wet snow fell on Williams March 18.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent Kathy Hoffman announced a two-week extension of school closures through April 10.
The Grand Canyon Railway has announced a two-month closure of business operations beginning March 20.
The Williams City Council passed a resolution declaring a State of Emergency, and councilmembers voted to allow businesses to remain open at their discretion at a special meeting March 19.
GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — As of March 18, Grand Canyon National Park remains open, however, additional closures because of COVID-19 have been announced.