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Reporter Details Life In Washington State One Week Into Stay-At-Home Order

Will Stone
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Will Stone

On March 30, Gov. Doug Ducey issued an executive order asking Arizonans to stay at home amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. However, over in Washington state, people have been living under a stay-at-home order for some time.

Washington’s Gov. Jay Inslee signed an order prohibiting residents from leaving their homes except for essential activities on March 23— a week before Ducey took a similar step here.

What has life in Washington state looked like in the last week?

The Show spoke to Will Stone, a reporter from NPR and KNKX in Seattle, about what life in Washington state has looked like during the first week under the stay-at-home order.

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