PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey addressed coronavirus concerns in Arizona during a Thursday press conference, his first time addressing the public about the pandemic in several weeks.
Watch the full news conference in the player below.
Arizona has recently seen an uptick of reported COVID-19 cases, worrying health experts, and some in the medical and education communities. Multiple schools have also closed their campuses and recommended students quarantine after cases have been confirmed.
Gov. Ducey used the Thursday news conference to remind Arizonans to continue to follow social distancing guidelines, wear a mask in public, and wash your hands often.
Gov. Doug Ducey is asked about President Trump's rallies in Arizona amid our increase in cases. He said, "People have rights under the Constitution" and claims he saw people wearing masks at the rallies --Many people were not wearing masks and there was no social distancing.— Nick Ciletti (@NickCiletti) October 29, 2020