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Coronavirus in Arizona: Tracking latest cases, COVID-19 updates in our state

Ducey update on Coronavirus 3-20-20
Posted at 2:25 PM, Mar 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-01 12:31:33-04

Arizona health officials are tracking the spread of coronavirus throughout the state. This article has live updates and latest information about cases in Arizona, how to keep yourself healthy and more.

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NUMBER OF CASES IN ARIZONA

According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, here are the latest totals of those tested and those who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Arizona. This was last updated on April 1, 2020.

Number of deaths: 29
Number of cases: 1,413
Number of total tested: 21,058 (at both private and state labs)

Community transmission:
Widespread

Case locations by county:
Maricopa: 871
Pinal: 65
Coconino: 85
Pima: 217
Navajo: 102
Yavapai: 24
Apache: 17
Cochise: 4
Graham: 2
Santa Cruz: 3
Yuma: 12
Mohave: 7
La Paz: 2
Gila: 1
Greenlee: 1
Gila River Indian Community: 1
Navajo Nation: 128 cases, 2 deaths
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community: 1

STORY: Arizona's schools could remain closed through end of school year

LIST: What grocery stores, restaurants, and businesses are open and not open around Phoenix?

FIND: Daycare, learning, food resources for Arizona families amid school closures

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APRIL 1, 2020

Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation says Tribal Council decided Monday to extend temporary closure of We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort and government offices for Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation through April 30. The Nation has committed to pay employees with benefits during suspension of operations.

MARCH 31, 2020

The Navajo Nation has announced 26 new cases and two additional deaths, totaling 174 cases, and seven for the Navajo Nation.

The confirmed cases in the Navajo Nation are as follows:

Navajo County, AZ: 85
Apache County, AZ: 17
Coconino County, AZ: 40
McKinley County, NM: 10
San Juan County, NM: 15
Cibola County, NM: 1
San Juan County, UT: 6

MARCH 31, 2020

REMINDER: St. Mary’s Food Bank will continue to be open throughout pandemic crisis despite stay-at-home order, as it is an “essential” service. They have seen large crowds Tuesday, possibly due to rush ahead of 5 p.m. stay-at-home order start time.

MARCH 30, 2020

The Navajo Nation has issued a Public Health Order to coincide with the "Stay at Home Order," the new order now places a curfew for the entire Navajo Nation. Residents are to stay at home during 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., seven days a week, unless in the event of an emergency.

Along with the order the Navajo Nation has announced 20 new cases and three additional deaths. There are now 148 confirmed cases, and five deaths for the Navajo Nation as of Monday.

The 148 cases include the following counties:
Navajo County, AZ: 69
Apache County, AZ: 16
Coconino County, AZ: 32
McKinley County, NM: 9
San Juan County, NM: 15
Cibola County, NM: 1
San Juan County, UT: 6

MARCH 30, 2020

Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday issued a stay-at-home order for Arizonans as states continue to battle the spread of coronavirus.

While the order prioritizes staying active and connected, it also does list "essential activities" residents are allowed to participate in from March 31 through April 30 while it's in effect.

So, what are residents allowed to do? Read more here.

MARCH 30, 2020

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has issued a stay-at-home order for residents of our state, set to go into effect Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Ducey referred to his declaration as a "Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected" order, saying it "promotes physical distancing, while also encouraging social connectedness."

State health officials said 20 people have died from the virus as of Monday morning, and a total of 1,157 cases of have been confirmed in Arizona.

MARCH 30, 2020

The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation has donated another $500,000 to help community impacted by coronavirus. They have donated a total of more than $1 million. The first donation reportedly spread across non-profit groups helping support community food efforts and children of healthcare workers. This donation will reportedly address needs of medical/healthcare workers.

MARCH 30, 2020

Governor Ducey announced an agreement with banks to protect small businesses and families from evictions and foreclosures. Banks are suspending evictions and foreclosures for at least 60 days, with potential to extend the time frame. Most banks have also adopted payment deferral programs for business loans, as well as certain customer loans.

MARCH 30, 2020

Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman have announced the extension of Arizona school closures through the end of the school year.

MARCH 30, 2020

The Navajo Nation announced Sunday that a curfew would be taking effect as they reach 128 cases of coronavirus. Everyone is asked to stay home between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. except for an emergency. Read more here.

MARCH 29, 2020:

MARCH 29, 2020

The Navajo County Public Health Services District (NCPHSD) and ADHS have confirmed a death in Navajo County due to COVID-19.

The person who died was in their 60s with underlying health conditions. NCPHSD is currently notifying those who may have had close contact with the person and is asking that they monitor for symptoms.

"We express our deepest sympathy to the family and friends grieving their loved one during this difficult time," said Jeff Lee NCPHSD Director in a statement. "COVID-19 is a serious disease that can be fatal. We expect to see more cases of COVID-19 in Navajo County, and there could be more deaths. It is imperative that everyone takes precautions to protect yourself and your family from this disease."

MARCH 29, 2020

The Maricopa County Health Department is reporting 546 cases of COVID-19 as of this morning. There have been a total of 5 deaths reported, 105 hospitalized, and 38 in the intensive care unit. The age group with the most cases remains 18-39-year-old.

Maricopa County

MARCH 29, 2020

The Navajo Nation is reported 115 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 2 deaths. The update was provded Sunday by Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer.
The 115 cases include the following counties:

Navajo County, AZ: 57
Apache County, AZ: 18
Coconino County, AZ: 19
Coconino County, AZ: 19
McKinley County, NM: 6
Cibola County, NM: 1
San Juan County, NM: 12
Cibola County, NM: 1
Cibola County, NM: 1

MARCH 28, 2020

The Director of the Arizona Department of Emergency Management resigned Saturday after 24 years of service, according to state officials. Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs director, Maj. Gen. Michael T. McGuire, accepted the resignation of Wendy Smith-Reeve Saturday night. According to her biography, during her tenure at DEMA, Smith-Reeve has supported and/or managed state response and recovery efforts for 100 state disaster declarations, and 12 presidents. Smith-Reeve has also been helping lead the coronavirus response team in Arizona.

MARCH 28, 2020

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed a stripped-down emergency state budget that contains $50 million in spending to help tenants, homeowners and small businesses weather the coronavirus crisis. The $11.8 billion spending plan for the budget year that begins July 1 essentially contains no other new spending beyond required inflation adjustments and raises for teachers. It passed the state Senate last week and the House on Monday. The $50 million of virus-related funding includes money to prevent evictions and foreclosures, provide homeless services, assist small businesses and pay for food bank operations. It also includes longer welfare payments and a waiver from work requirements.

MARCH 28, 2020

Wells Fargo confirmed Saturday afternoon, an employee at their contact center near 23rd Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road tested positive for COVID-19. Officials say te employee is at home while their health is being closely monitored by their doctor and public health authorities. The bank said they pefrormed enhanced cleaning at the location, and we have asked employees who have been in close proximity with the employee to not come into the office in accordance with public health guidance. Those employees will not need to use paid time off.

MARCH 28, 2020

The Pima County Health Department is reporting 120 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 5 deaths.

Pima County

MARCH 28, 2020

The Maricopa County Health Department is now reporting a total of 452 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 5 deaths. Today's report shows 96 people hospitalized with 34 in the intensive care unit. The age group with the majority number of cases remains 18-39-year-olds.

Maricopa County

MARCH 27, 2020

Tucson Mayor Regina Romero signed a new proclamation Friday of new city orders to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The proclamation orders businesses not deemed “essential,” as defined by Governor Ducey’s Executive Order issued on Monday to close from March 28 through April 17.

MARCH 27, 2020

Gila County health officials have confirmed the county's first positive case of coronavirus. The patient is a Payson woman in her 40s, and her case appears to be travel-related with no evidence of community spread at this point. Officials say the threat to the community appears to be low as the woman has "predominantly self-isolated since the beginning of symptoms."

MARCH 27, 2020

Cochise County confirmed the third positive case in their area on Thursday night. The man who was diagnosed had recently returned from domestic travel to a neighboring state, officials said. The man has no connections to the county's previous two cases.

MARCH 27, 2020

AZ Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins announced today he's donating $150,000 to the Arizona Coronavirus Relief Fund. His donation comes just days after the Arizona Cardinals donated $1 million to the fund.

MARCH 27, 2020

Pima County is reporting its first case of COVID-19 in the age group 0-17. Pima County has a total of 102 confirmed cases as of this morning and is reporting 4 deaths.

Pima County

MARCH 27, 2020

ABC15's Nicole Grigg has confirmed that 10,357 completed tests have been done in Arizona by private labs as of Friday morning.

MARCH 27, 2020

Maricopa County is reporting 299 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with a total of 5 deaths. According to the department's latest numbers, there are 78 people hospitalized and 30 in the intensive care unit. The age group with the most cases remains 18-39-year-olds.

Maricopa County

MARCH 27, 2020

The Mohave County Department of Health is reporting 4 cases of COVID-19. Officials say the 4th case is in Lake Havasu City and is connected to a previous confirmed case there. The other two cases have been reported in Bullhead City and Kingman. Read the full statement here.

MARCH 27, 2020

Gilbert Parks and Recreation has announced the closure of park amenities at all public locations beginning this Saturday. The department says it's an effort to "flatten the curve" and contain the spread of COVID-19. Officials say all open spaces, trails, walking paths, and restrooms will remain open from 5:30 AM to 10 PM. Social and physical distancing guidelines recommended by the CDC still apply in these areas.

MARCH 26, 2020

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez has announced new positive tests for COVID-19 bringing the total to 58 for Navajo Nation in Arizona Thursday.

There are currently 42 confirmed cases in Navajo County (changed from Wednesday, due to clarification of one's residency), nine in Apache County, and seven in Coconino County, along with 13 others in New Mexico.

MARCH 26, 2020

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office says that they’ve been notified that one of their employees who works out of the headquarters building located at 550 W. Jackson St. in Phoenix, has been diagnosed with the coronavirus.

MCSO says all employees who potentially had close contact with the individual are being identified and notified.

In a statement, MCSO says their headquarters building will be “deep cleaned and sanitized to ensure the safety of our employees during this coronavirus outbreak and full access will resume on Monday, March 30.”

MARCH 26, 2020
The city of Flagstaff has expanded its closures and cancellations Thursday afternoon.
The city of Flagstaff has expanded its closures and cancellations Thursday afternoon.
Mayor Coral Evans has announced that the city's closures will now last until further notice, removing the April 1 end date. In conjunction with the previous closures, mayor Evans has added hair salons, nail salons, beauty parlors or similar businesses and establishments.
Mayor Coral Evans has announced that the city's closures will now last until further notice, removing the April 1 end date. In conjunction with the previous closures, mayor Evans has added hair salons, nail salons, beauty parlors or similar businesses and establishments.
The restrictions do not apply to those below:
The restrictions do not apply to those below:

  • Grocery stores, markets, convenience stores and other similar businesses and establishments that offer food and beverage not for on-premises consumption
  • Pharmacies and drug stores
  • Food banks and food pantries
  • Cafeterias, commissaries, and restaurants located within health care facilities, nursing homes, shelters, group homes, places of worship, or similar facilities
  • Cafeterias, commissaries, and restaurants located within or on the premises of institutions of higher learning
  • Vendors and concessionaires located within the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport

MARCH 26, 2020
Tucson Air Force civil servant tests positive for coronavirus
Tucson Air Force civil servant tests positive for coronavirus
An Air Force Civil Servant at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base tested positive for coronavirus.
An Air Force Civil Servant at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base tested positive for coronavirus.
According to the base, the patient -- the first to test positive at the base -- was assigned tot he 309th Aerospace and Regeneration Group and is undergoing observation and treatment.
According to the base, the patient -- the first to test positive at the base -- was assigned tot he 309th Aerospace and Regeneration Group and is undergoing observation and treatment.

MARCH 26, 2020
MARCH 26, 2020

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday that it is suspending all inmate work release programs and work furlough programs at its facilities.
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday that it is suspending all inmate work release programs and work furlough programs at its facilities.
MCSO says this will go into effect Friday, March 27 at 6 p.m. and will continue “through the dependency of the Declaration of Emergency COVID-19 issued by the Governor’s Office on March 11.”
MCSO says this will go into effect Friday, March 27 at 6 p.m. and will continue “through the dependency of the Declaration of Emergency COVID-19 issued by the Governor’s Office on March 11.”
MCSO also released the following information for anyone on work release or furlough:
MCSO also released the following information for anyone on work release or furlough:
“MCSO is currently working with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, Maricopa County Adult Probation, and the Superior, Justice and Municipal courts to execute any and all release orders of these inmates quickly once they are received. Inmates in this program that have not obtained a release order must report back to their assigned facility no later than 6 p.m. on March 27, 2020 and will remain in custody until MCSO receives a court order of release for that inmate.”
“MCSO is currently working with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, Maricopa County Adult Probation, and the Superior, Justice and Municipal courts to execute any and all release orders of these inmates quickly once they are received. Inmates in this program that have not obtained a release order must report back to their assigned facility no later than 6 p.m. on March 27, 2020 and will remain in custody until MCSO receives a court order of release for that inmate.”
MARCH 26, 2020
MARCH 26, 2020
The Arizona Cardinals announced today that linebacker Chandler Jones is donating over 150,000 meals to food banks in Arizona and his hometown of Endicott, NY.
The Arizona Cardinals announced today that linebacker Chandler Jones is donating over 150,000 meals to food banks in Arizona and his hometown of Endicott, NY.
The meals will go to St. Mary's Food Bank and Midwest Food Bank in Arizona as well as Mother Teresa's Cupboard in New York.
The meals will go to St. Mary's Food Bank and Midwest Food Bank in Arizona as well as Mother Teresa's Cupboard in New York.
"These are really tough times and it is important for me to do my part and help out both here in Arizona and back at home in New York," said Jones. "There are a lot of people in need and everything we can do as a community makes a difference."
"These are really tough times and it is important for me to do my part and help out both here in Arizona and back at home in New York," said Jones. "There are a lot of people in need and everything we can do as a community makes a difference."

MARCH 26, 2020
MARCH 26, 2020
Governor Doug Ducey is issuing an Executive Order to ensure Arizona hospitals increase capacity to prepare for a possible influx of patients due to COVID-19. The order requires hospitals to have more patient beds available across the state, to take steps to optimize staffing levels, and to maximize critical resources.
Governor Doug Ducey is issuing an Executive Order to ensure Arizona hospitals increase capacity to prepare for a possible influx of patients due to COVID-19. The order requires hospitals to have more patient beds available across the state, to take steps to optimize staffing levels, and to maximize critical resources.

MARCH 26, 2020
MARCH 26, 2020
The City of Phoenix confirms four employees have tested positive, including an Aviation employee who died on March 17. Of the three other cases, one involves a police officer and two other employees are also with the Aviation department.
The City of Phoenix confirms four employees have tested positive, including an Aviation employee who died on March 17. Of the three other cases, one involves a police officer and two other employees are also with the Aviation department.
The City says the police officer “was on vacation, developed symptoms and has not returned to work for more than two weeks. The city was notified of the positive test this past Monday evening.”
The City says the police officer “was on vacation, developed symptoms and has not returned to work for more than two weeks. The city was notified of the positive test this past Monday evening.”
The two Aviation department patients work “in public facing positions and are now following proper city procedures and County Health guidelines to remain at home. The employees have not been in city workspaces for several days. One employee has been home since mid-March and the other since last week.”
The two Aviation department patients work “in public facing positions and are now following proper city procedures and County Health guidelines to remain at home. The employees have not been in city workspaces for several days. One employee has been home since mid-March and the other since last week.”
MARCH 26, 2020
MARCH 26, 2020
The Maricopa County Community College District has announced that all in-person Commencement and Convocation ceremonies scheduled for April and May 2020 have been canceled.
The Maricopa County Community College District has announced that all in-person Commencement and Convocation ceremonies scheduled for April and May 2020 have been canceled.
MARCH 26, 2020
MARCH 26, 2020
Maricopa County is confirming 299 cases of COVID-19 with a total of 4 deaths. The latest numbers show a majority of cases are in the age group 18-39 years old and two cases are between the ages of 0-17 years old.
Maricopa County is confirming 299 cases of COVID-19 with a total of 4 deaths. The latest numbers show a majority of cases are in the age group 18-39 years old and two cases are between the ages of 0-17 years old.

Maricopa County

MARCH 26, 2020
MARCH 26, 2020
Luke Air Force Base is increasing to a warning level 3. A statement from military officials notes the change is due to significant increase of COVID-19 cases throughout the country. The Secretary of Defense directed all Air Force installations to increase their Health Protection Condition to Charlie on March 26. Luke AFB is already implementing these force health protection measures including strict hygiene, social distancing, maximize telework, and postponing or cancelling non-essential activities. Read the full statement here.
Luke Air Force Base is increasing to a warning level 3. A statement from military officials notes the change is due to significant increase of COVID-19 cases throughout the country. The Secretary of Defense directed all Air Force installations to increase their Health Protection Condition to Charlie on March 26. Luke AFB is already implementing these force health protection measures including strict hygiene, social distancing, maximize telework, and postponing or cancelling non-essential activities. Read the full statement here.
MARCH 25, 2020
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez has announced 20 new positive tests for the coronavirus bringing the total to 57 for the Navajo people in Arizona Wednesday.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez has announced 20 new positive tests for the coronavirus bringing the total to 57 for the Navajo people in Arizona Wednesday.
There are now 43 in Navajo County, eight in Apache County, six in Coconino County, and 12 others in New Mexico.
There are now 43 in Navajo County, eight in Apache County, six in Coconino County, and 12 others in New Mexico.
"Unfortunately, the numbers are going to continue to rise until everyone begins to comply with the Stay at Home Order. We have to isolate ourselves to isolate the virus. Let's do it for our elders, our children, and our high-risk individuals. We will fight and eventually beat this virus together, but we need everyone to take it seriously. There's no need to be out in public unless you're in need of food, medication, or other essential items," said President Nez in a statement.
"Unfortunately, the numbers are going to continue to rise until everyone begins to comply with the Stay at Home Order. We have to isolate ourselves to isolate the virus. Let's do it for our elders, our children, and our high-risk individuals. We will fight and eventually beat this virus together, but we need everyone to take it seriously. There's no need to be out in public unless you're in need of food, medication, or other essential items," said President Nez in a statement.
MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
Intel officials say on Wednesday, a contractor at their Ocotillo construction site reported testing positive for COVID-19. The company says they're working to ensure that all personnel have the resources and information they need to say safe, which includes work from home for those who can, social distancing measures, and additional cleaning.
Intel officials say on Wednesday, a contractor at their Ocotillo construction site reported testing positive for COVID-19. The company says they're working to ensure that all personnel have the resources and information they need to say safe, which includes work from home for those who can, social distancing measures, and additional cleaning.
MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
Officials say two people in La Paz County have tested positive for COVID-19. Officials say these cases are currently under investigation by the La Paz County Health Department. These individuals are not hospitalized and recovering at home, officials say. Both people were tested due to exposure to COVID-19 in other states.
Officials say two people in La Paz County have tested positive for COVID-19. Officials say these cases are currently under investigation by the La Paz County Health Department. These individuals are not hospitalized and recovering at home, officials say. Both people were tested due to exposure to COVID-19 in other states.
MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
Coconino County officials announced Wednesday that a second person has died in their county, bringing the total number of deaths in Arizona to seven.
Coconino County officials announced Wednesday that a second person has died in their county, bringing the total number of deaths in Arizona to seven.
MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
Cases of coronavirus in Arizona are expected to peak in mid-April and hospitalizations will be highest in mid-May, according to state health officials.
Cases of coronavirus in Arizona are expected to peak in mid-April and hospitalizations will be highest in mid-May, according to state health officials.
In a press conference Wednesday, Arizona Department of Health Services director Dr. Cara Christ said hospital capacities need to rapidly increase and that we have not yet seen the peak of the virus in either cases or fatalities.
In a press conference Wednesday, Arizona Department of Health Services director Dr. Cara Christ said hospital capacities need to rapidly increase and that we have not yet seen the peak of the virus in either cases or fatalities.
MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
According to the latest numbers from the Maricopa County Health Department, two people between the ages of 0 and 17 have tested positive for COVID-19.
According to the latest numbers from the Maricopa County Health Department, two people between the ages of 0 and 17 have tested positive for COVID-19.

Maricopa County Health Department

MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
Arizona is receiving more than $5.3 million in grant funding to help communities provide meals for older adults. Governor Doug Ducey says the money will go toward supporting both meal delivery programs and programs serving senior centers.
Arizona is receiving more than $5.3 million in grant funding to help communities provide meals for older adults. Governor Doug Ducey says the money will go toward supporting both meal delivery programs and programs serving senior centers.
MARCH 25, 2020
Inmates from Perryville prison will be housed temporarily at Hickman's Egg Farms to help prevent spread of coronavirus.
Inmates from Perryville prison will be housed temporarily at Hickman's Egg Farms to help prevent spread of coronavirus.
MARCH 25, 2020
The state of Arizona has requested permission from the United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Services to implement program changes to expand access to nutritious foods through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), according to Governor Ducey's office.
The state of Arizona has requested permission from the United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Services to implement program changes to expand access to nutritious foods through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), according to Governor Ducey's office.
It requests Department of Economic Security be allowed to approve applications quicker, allow eligible families to purchase prepared/hot meals from grocery stores, waive work requirements, and extend certification periods to ensure benefits are provided.
It requests Department of Economic Security be allowed to approve applications quicker, allow eligible families to purchase prepared/hot meals from grocery stores, waive work requirements, and extend certification periods to ensure benefits are provided.
MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
A Phoenix Children's hospital employee has been diagnosed with coronavirus. The hospital says the employee is a physician at an ambulatory clinic.
A Phoenix Children's hospital employee has been diagnosed with coronavirus. The hospital says the employee is a physician at an ambulatory clinic.
"The physician treated one patient in clinic on Friday and did not examine any other patients in person last week. The provider was not symptomatic while working on Friday and adhered to best practices, which included standard precautions, for infection control," the hospital says.
MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
Multiple Arizona grocery stores say they will install barriers between clerks and customers in check-out lines.
Multiple Arizona grocery stores say they will install barriers between clerks and customers in check-out lines.
MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
As of March 25, 2020, Petrified Forest National Park is closed until further notice. The park says: "The health and safety of our visitors, employees, volunteers, and partners at Petrified Forest National Park is our number one priority. The National Park Service is working with federal, state, and local authorities to closely monitor COVID-19. We will notify the public when we resume full operations and provide updates on our website www.nps.gov/pefo and social media channels."
As of March 25, 2020, Petrified Forest National Park is closed until further notice. The park says: "The health and safety of our visitors, employees, volunteers, and partners at Petrified Forest National Park is our number one priority. The National Park Service is working with federal, state, and local authorities to closely monitor COVID-19. We will notify the public when we resume full operations and provide updates on our website www.nps.gov/pefo and social media channels."
MARCH 25, 2020
MARCH 25, 2020
Mohave County announces first case of coronavirus, involving an adult who is recovering at home in the Lake Havasu area. They did not give more information on age or gender.
Mohave County announces first case of coronavirus, involving an adult who is recovering at home in the Lake Havasu area. They did not give more information on age or gender.
MARCH 24, 2020
MARCH 24, 2020
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez has announced new positive tests for COVID-19 bringing the total to 43 in Arizona Tuesday.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez has announced new positive tests for COVID-19 bringing the total to 43 in Arizona Tuesday.
There are currently 30 confirmed cases in Navajo County, seven in Apache County, and six in Coconino County, along with six others in New Mexico.
There are currently 30 confirmed cases in Navajo County, seven in Apache County, and six in Coconino County, along with six others in New Mexico.
"To protect ourselves, our families, and communities, we need to stay home to beat the virus. Every person must remain home unless you need food, medicine, or other essential items, but beyond that, we shouldn't have anyone traveling or going out into the public. If you need essential items, send only one person and use every precaution available, such as taking sanitizing wipes or hand sanitizers into stores," said President Nez in a statement.
"To protect ourselves, our families, and communities, we need to stay home to beat the virus. Every person must remain home unless you need food, medicine, or other essential items, but beyond that, we shouldn't have anyone traveling or going out into the public. If you need essential items, send only one person and use every precaution available, such as taking sanitizing wipes or hand sanitizers into stores," said President Nez in a statement.
MARCH 24, 2020
MARCH 24, 2020
Coconino County has confirmed its first coronavirus-related death, marking the sixth in our state as of Tuesday evening. The Arizona Department of Health Services earlier on Tuesday reported the state had seen five deaths, but Coconino County health officials said the deadly case in their area was not included as of yet and would be added to Wednesday's total.
Coconino County has confirmed its first coronavirus-related death, marking the sixth in our state as of Tuesday evening. The Arizona Department of Health Services earlier on Tuesday reported the state had seen five deaths, but Coconino County health officials said the deadly case in their area was not included as of yet and would be added to Wednesday's total.
MARCH 24, 2020
MARCH 24, 2020
Governor Doug Ducey and State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman announced Tuesday schools across Arizona will soon serve as “Student Enrichment Centers,” offering free childcare and meals to better support workers in critical roles related to COVID-19, including first responders, critical healthcare and child safety workers.
Governor Doug Ducey and State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman announced Tuesday schools across Arizona will soon serve as “Student Enrichment Centers,” offering free childcare and meals to better support workers in critical roles related to COVID-19, including first responders, critical healthcare and child safety workers.
MARCH 24, 2020
MARCH 24, 2020
An executive order by Arizona's governor makes it harder for mayors, cities, and towns to close parks, essentials or mandate stay at home orders without going through the state.
An executive order by Arizona's governor makes it harder for mayors, cities, and towns to close parks, essentials or mandate stay at home orders without going through the state.
The order uses words like "shall be consistent with advice from Arizona Department of Health Services" and "restrictions shall be coordinated with the state."
The order uses words like "shall be consistent with advice from Arizona Department of Health Services" and "restrictions shall be coordinated with the state."
MARCH 24, 2020
MARCH 24, 2020
In an interview with The State Press, Arizona State University President Michael Crow confirmed there are 15 reported cases of ASU students who have COVID-19.
In an interview with The State Press, Arizona State University President Michael Crow confirmed there are 15 reported cases of ASU students who have COVID-19.
In an interview with The State Press, Arizona State University President Michael Crow confirmed there are 15 reported cases of ASU students who have COVID-19.
In an interview with The State Press, Arizona State University President Michael Crow confirmed there are 15 reported cases of ASU students who have COVID-19.
MARCH 24, 2020
MARCH 24, 2020
MARCH 24, 2020
MARCH 24, 2020
There have been two additional deaths in Arizona, bringing the state total to five, according to health officials.
There have been two additional deaths in Arizona, bringing the state total to five, according to health officials.
MARCH 24, 2020
MARCH 24, 2020
Governor Doug Ducey has launched the Arizona Together initiative to support Arizonans during the COVID-19 outbreak, connecting individuals and businesses to resources, raising money for community organizations and providing information on volunteer opportunities. A website, ArizonaTogether.org, serves as the centralized location for Arizonans to find help or provide support.
Governor Doug Ducey has launched the Arizona Together initiative to support Arizonans during the COVID-19 outbreak, connecting individuals and businesses to resources, raising money for community organizations and providing information on volunteer opportunities. A website, ArizonaTogether.org, serves as the centralized location for Arizonans to find help or provide support.
Late Monday night, the Gila River Indian Community confirmed its first positive test for COVID-19.
Late Monday night, the Gila River Indian Community confirmed its first positive test for COVID-19.
Late Monday night, the Gila River Indian Community confirmed its first positive test for COVID-19.
Late Monday night, the Gila River Indian Community confirmed its first positive test for COVID-19.

MARCH 23, 2020
Arizona's governor issued an executive order on Monday that will make cities, towns, and counties coordinate and be consistent with advice from the state's health department.
Arizona's governor issued an executive order on Monday that will make cities, towns, and counties coordinate and be consistent with advice from the state's health department.
The executive order states, "any order restricting persons from leaving their home due to the COVID-19 public health emergency issued by a county, city, or town shall be consistent with advice from the Arizona of Department of Health Services." It went on to say that, "any such restrictions shall be coordinated with the State prior to issuance."
The executive order states, "any order restricting persons from leaving their home due to the COVID-19 public health emergency issued by a county, city, or town shall be consistent with advice from the Arizona of Department of Health Services." It went on to say that, "any such restrictions shall be coordinated with the State prior to issuance."
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020

MARCH 23, 2020
Health officials have confirmed the first death due to coronavirus in Pima County, marking the third death in our state.
Health officials have confirmed the first death due to coronavirus in Pima County, marking the third death in our state.
According to the Pima County Health Department, the individual was a woman in her 50s with underlying health issues that may have put her at a higher risk for complications due to the respiratory virus. PCHD reportedly received the positive results Monday evening.
According to the Pima County Health Department, the individual was a woman in her 50s with underlying health issues that may have put her at a higher risk for complications due to the respiratory virus. PCHD reportedly received the positive results Monday evening.
According to the Pima County Health Department, the individual was a woman in her 50s with underlying health issues that may have put her at a higher risk for complications due to the respiratory virus. PCHD reportedly received the positive results Monday evening.
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020

Arizona Governor: No shelter in place at this time

MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020

MARCH 23, 2020
Banner Health experts are warning the public against using "inappropriate medications" in an effort to protect against coronavirus after a Valley man died and his wife was hospitalized after taking what they believed to be was a malaria medication.
Banner Health experts are warning the public against using "inappropriate medications" in an effort to protect against coronavirus after a Valley man died and his wife was hospitalized after taking what they believed to be was a malaria medication.
According to the hospital, the man and his wife, both in their 60s, took chloroquine phosphate, an additive commonly used to clean fish tanks, and within 30 minutes experienced effects that required admittance to a nearby Banner Health facility on Sunday evening. The man died and his wife remains under critical care.
According to the hospital, the man and his wife, both in their 60s, took chloroquine phosphate, an additive commonly used to clean fish tanks, and within 30 minutes experienced effects that required admittance to a nearby Banner Health facility on Sunday evening. The man died and his wife remains under critical care.
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020
Safeway announces $2-per-hour increase in pay for Arizona grocery workers at Safeway and Albertsons.
Safeway announces $2-per-hour increase in pay for Arizona grocery workers at Safeway and Albertsons.
MARCH 23, 2020:
MARCH 23, 2020:
Navajo Nation announces three new cases, bringing Navajo Nation total to 29 cases. The three new cases within the Navajo Nation are from Navajo and Apache counties, and one in New Mexico.
Navajo Nation announces three new cases, bringing Navajo Nation total to 29 cases. The three new cases within the Navajo Nation are from Navajo and Apache counties, and one in New Mexico.
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020
Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation has donated $550,000 to local non-profit groups "that will immediately assist in helping those most vulnerable during the current national emergency."
Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation has donated $550,000 to local non-profit groups "that will immediately assist in helping those most vulnerable during the current national emergency."
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020
TSA says employee who works at Sky Harbor tested positive for coronavirus. The employee reportedly did NOT work directly with the public, but “it’s possible” they may have come in contact with other TSA workers who do come in contact with the public.
TSA says employee who works at Sky Harbor tested positive for coronavirus. The employee reportedly did NOT work directly with the public, but “it’s possible” they may have come in contact with other TSA workers who do come in contact with the public.
TSA spokesperson says TSA consulted Maricopa County health department and said the employee stopped working and self-quarantined soon enough that there was no risk to passengers or other employees.
TSA spokesperson says TSA consulted Maricopa County health department and said the employee stopped working and self-quarantined soon enough that there was no risk to passengers or other employees.
The case was briefly put on the TSA coronavirus website, but taken down because the site is only for cases that could impact the public. Sky Harbor employees have been notified.
The case was briefly put on the TSA coronavirus website, but taken down because the site is only for cases that could impact the public. Sky Harbor employees have been notified.
MARCH 23, 2020
Those with concerns about COVID-19 symptoms or exposure can now call Banner Health at 1-844-549-1851 to speak with a clinical team member to determine if testing is appropriate. The line will be staffed from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday.
Those with concerns about COVID-19 symptoms or exposure can now call Banner Health at 1-844-549-1851 to speak with a clinical team member to determine if testing is appropriate. The line will be staffed from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday.
If an individual meets CDC criteria for testing, they will be scheduled for an appointment at one of Banner’s new drive-through sites. There are three sites located in the Phoenix metropolitan area and one in Tucson. Several more are slated to open at a later date. Get more info here.
If an individual meets CDC criteria for testing, they will be scheduled for an appointment at one of Banner’s new drive-through sites. There are three sites located in the Phoenix metropolitan area and one in Tucson. Several more are slated to open at a later date. Get more info here.
MARCH 23, 2020
MARCH 23, 2020
City of Phoenix transit centers will be closing their customer service windows at Central Avenue and Van Buren Street, Central Avenue and Broadway Road, 3rd Street and Dunlap Avenue, and Metrocenter Mall. You can still purchase ride fares at ticket vending machines, participating retailers and online. Get more info about public transit service changes here.
City of Phoenix transit centers will be closing their customer service windows at Central Avenue and Van Buren Street, Central Avenue and Broadway Road, 3rd Street and Dunlap Avenue, and Metrocenter Mall. You can still purchase ride fares at ticket vending machines, participating retailers and online. Get more info about public transit service changes here.
MARCH 22, 2020
MARCH 22, 2020
It took local health officials three days to notify the City of Phoenix that an employee who died tested positive for COVID-19.
It took local health officials three days to notify the City of Phoenix that an employee who died tested positive for COVID-19.
ABC15 reached out to the City of Phoenix for a timeline of the man's death, and notification. In an email, a spokesperson for the city said the employee died on Tuesday, 3/17, according to the family.
ABC15 reached out to the City of Phoenix for a timeline of the man's death, and notification. In an email, a spokesperson for the city said the employee died on Tuesday, 3/17, according to the family.
MARCH 22, 2020
MARCH 22, 2020
MARCH 22, 2020
MARCH 22, 2020
MARCH 22, 2020

The Arizona Department of Health Services is confirming a 2nd death in Arizona due to COVID-19. A statement from the department revealed the individual was a man in his 70s with underlying health conditions. Officials in Maricopa County are in the process of notifying people who were close to him and asking them to monitor for symptoms. To date, there have been 152 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Arizona. COVID-19 is a serious disease that can be fatal in anyone, especially our elderly population and people with underlying health conditions. ADHS expects to see more cases of COVID-19 in Arizona, and there could be additional deaths.
The Arizona Department of Health Services is confirming a 2nd death in Arizona due to COVID-19. A statement from the department revealed the individual was a man in his 70s with underlying health conditions. Officials in Maricopa County are in the process of notifying people who were close to him and asking them to monitor for symptoms. To date, there have been 152 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Arizona. COVID-19 is a serious disease that can be fatal in anyone, especially our elderly population and people with underlying health conditions. ADHS expects to see more cases of COVID-19 in Arizona, and there could be additional deaths.
MARCH 22, 2020
MARCH 22, 2020
The Pinal County Public Health Department is reporting two new cases of COVID-19. According to a release, they are: a woman in her 50s and a man in his 50s. Both are isolated at home and recovering. These are both close contacts of one of the cases announced on Thursday. Pinal County's total cases of COVID-19 now stand at sixteen, of which fifteen are either fully recovered, or are isolated at home and recovering.
The Pinal County Public Health Department is reporting two new cases of COVID-19. According to a release, they are: a woman in her 50s and a man in his 50s. Both are isolated at home and recovering. These are both close contacts of one of the cases announced on Thursday. Pinal County's total cases of COVID-19 now stand at sixteen, of which fifteen are either fully recovered, or are isolated at home and recovering.
MARCH 21, 2020
MARCH 21, 2020
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases reach 26 as Navajo Nation’s “Stay at Home Order” goes into effect.
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases reach 26 as Navajo Nation’s “Stay at Home Order” goes into effect.
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases reach 26 as Navajo Nation’s “Stay at Home Order” goes into effect.
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases reach 26 as Navajo Nation’s “Stay at Home Order” goes into effect.
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases reach 26 as Navajo Nation’s “Stay at Home Order” goes into effect.

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Arizona Senator Martha McSally talks coronavirus

The Phoenix VA Health Care System announced Saturday that a Veteran has tested positive for the coronavirus at the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center. The VA released the following information to ABC15.
The Phoenix VA Health Care System announced Saturday that a Veteran has tested positive for the coronavirus at the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center. The VA released the following information to ABC15.
"Today, we were notified that a Veteran tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19) at the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center.
"Today, we were notified that a Veteran tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19) at the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center.
The risk of transmission to other patients and staff remains low, as the Veteran is being cared for in respiratory isolation by staff who are specially trained on Centers for Disease Control (CDC) treatment guidelines, including the use of personal protective equipment and infection control techniques.
The risk of transmission to other patients and staff remains low, as the Veteran is being cared for in respiratory isolation by staff who are specially trained on Centers for Disease Control (CDC) treatment guidelines, including the use of personal protective equipment and infection control techniques.
VA is screening Veterans and staff who present with symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath who meet the CDC criteria for evaluation of COVID-19 infection. Per CDC guidance and VA protocols, individuals known to be at risk for a COVID-19 infection are immediately isolated to prevent potential spread to others.
VA is screening Veterans and staff who present with symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath who meet the CDC criteria for evaluation of COVID-19 infection. Per CDC guidance and VA protocols, individuals known to be at risk for a COVID-19 infection are immediately isolated to prevent potential spread to others.
Veterans and staff are encouraged to take everyday preventive actions to avoid being exposed to the virus:
Veterans and staff are encouraged to take everyday preventive actions to avoid being exposed to the virus:
Veterans and staff are encouraged to take everyday preventive actions to avoid being exposed to the virus:
Veterans and staff are encouraged to take everyday preventive actions to avoid being exposed to the virus:
Veterans and staff are encouraged to take everyday preventive actions to avoid being exposed to the virus:
Veterans and staff are encouraged to take everyday preventive actions to avoid being exposed to the virus:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Stay home if you are sick or becoming sick.
  • Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
  • For more information about the Coronavirus, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html [cdc.gov]."

For more information about the Coronavirus, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html [cdc.gov]."
MARCH 21, 2020
MARCH 21, 2020
Governor Doug Ducey has announced a shipment of medical supplies for Arizona health care professionals from the Strategic National Stockpile. He made the announcement while touring the shipment along with Arizona Department of Health Services Director Dr. Cara Christ. According to a statement from the governor's office, the shipment includes more than 440,000 personal protective equipment that will be distributed to county health departments to provide to local hospitals and medical professionals as they address the COVID-19 outbreak and treat patients. The list of items include: surgical face masks, surgical gowns, coveralls, gloves, and N95 masks.
Governor Doug Ducey has announced a shipment of medical supplies for Arizona health care professionals from the Strategic National Stockpile. He made the announcement while touring the shipment along with Arizona Department of Health Services Director Dr. Cara Christ. According to a statement from the governor's office, the shipment includes more than 440,000 personal protective equipment that will be distributed to county health departments to provide to local hospitals and medical professionals as they address the COVID-19 outbreak and treat patients. The list of items include: surgical face masks, surgical gowns, coveralls, gloves, and N95 masks.
This weekend's shipment represents 25 percent of Arizona's share of the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS), which is overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services. ADHS has requested an additional shipment of supplies from the SNS, which is expected to arrive later this month.
This weekend's shipment represents 25 percent of Arizona's share of the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS), which is overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services. ADHS has requested an additional shipment of supplies from the SNS, which is expected to arrive later this month.
MARCH 21, 2020
MARCH 21, 2020
The Pinal County Public Health Department has confirmed four new cases of COVID-19 in Pinal County. They are listed as:
MARCH 21, 2020
The Pinal County Public Health Department has confirmed four new cases of COVID-19 in Pinal County. They are listed as:
The Pinal County Public Health Department has confirmed four new cases of COVID-19 in Pinal County. They are listed as:
The Pinal County Public Health Department has confirmed four new cases of COVID-19 in Pinal County. They are listed as:

  • The Pinal County Public Health Department has confirmed four new cases of COVID-19 in Pinal County. They are listed as:
  • A female in her 60s
  • A male in his 60s
  • This brings the total number of cases in Pinal County to fourteen. Only one of these is currently hospitalized.

MARCH 21, 2020
MARCH 21, 2020
The Maricopa County Health Department is reporting 49 cases of coronavirus. According to its latest numbers, 17 females and 32 males have been diagnosed with COVID-19. The majority of cases are in the age range of 41 to 65-years-old. For the full report click here.
The Maricopa County Health Department is reporting 49 cases of coronavirus. According to its latest numbers, 17 females and 32 males have been diagnosed with COVID-19. The majority of cases are in the age range of 41 to 65-years-old. For the full report click here.
The Maricopa County Health Department is reporting 49 cases of coronavirus. According to its latest numbers, 17 females and 32 males have been diagnosed with COVID-19. The majority of cases are in the age range of 41 to 65-years-old. For the full report click here.
The Maricopa County Health Department is reporting 49 cases of coronavirus. According to its latest numbers, 17 females and 32 males have been diagnosed with COVID-19. The majority of cases are in the age range of 41 to 65-years-old. For the full report click here.
The Maricopa County Health Department is reporting 49 cases of coronavirus. According to its latest numbers, 17 females and 32 males have been diagnosed with COVID-19. The majority of cases are in the age range of 41 to 65-years-old. For the full report click here.
The Maricopa County Health Department is reporting 49 cases of coronavirus. According to its latest numbers, 17 females and 32 males have been diagnosed with COVID-19. The majority of cases are in the age range of 41 to 65-years-old. For the full report click here.

The City of Peoria confirms one of their employees has tested postive for COVID-19. In a statement to ABC15, a Peoria city official said the employee was last seen on City premises on March 11. All known City staff who have recently interacted with the infected employee have been notified. In addition, specific instructions and exposure protocols from the CDC were provided to these staff members. Also per CDC protocol, the city is undergoing a deep cleaning of potentially affected areas. Similar cleaning measures will be undertaken in various City facilities, and we will continue our elevated efforts to disinfect and sanitize.
The City of Peoria confirms one of their employees has tested postive for COVID-19. In a statement to ABC15, a Peoria city official said the employee was last seen on City premises on March 11. All known City staff who have recently interacted with the infected employee have been notified. In addition, specific instructions and exposure protocols from the CDC were provided to these staff members. Also per CDC protocol, the city is undergoing a deep cleaning of potentially affected areas. Similar cleaning measures will be undertaken in various City facilities, and we will continue our elevated efforts to disinfect and sanitize.
MARCH 20, 2020
MARCH 20, 2020
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez announced Friday night a "Stay at Home Order" for all residents of the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez announced Friday night a "Stay at Home Order" for all residents of the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez announced Friday night a "Stay at Home Order" for all residents of the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez announced Friday night a "Stay at Home Order" for all residents of the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez announced Friday night a "Stay at Home Order" for all residents of the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez announced Friday night a "Stay at Home Order" for all residents of the Navajo Nation.

Coconino County announced Friday evening that their number of confirmed cases has increased from 5 to 11, bringing the state total to 70.
Coconino County announced Friday evening that their number of confirmed cases has increased from 5 to 11, bringing the state total to 70.
Coconino County announced Friday evening that their number of confirmed cases has increased from 5 to 11, bringing the state total to 70.
Coconino County announced Friday evening that their number of confirmed cases has increased from 5 to 11, bringing the state total to 70.
Coconino County announced Friday evening that their number of confirmed cases has increased from 5 to 11, bringing the state total to 70.
Coconino County announced Friday evening that their number of confirmed cases has increased from 5 to 11, bringing the state total to 70.

MARCH 20, 2020
An Arizona man has died after being diagnosed with coronavirus, marking the state's first COVID-19-related death, the Arizona Department of Health Services and Maricopa County Department of Public Health announced late Friday.
An Arizona man has died after being diagnosed with coronavirus, marking the state's first COVID-19-related death, the Arizona Department of Health Services and Maricopa County Department of Public Health announced late Friday.
The man, who was in his 50s, had underlying health conditions, according to a statement. The county health department said it was "in the process of notifying close contacts of this person and will be asking them to monitor for symptoms."
The man, who was in his 50s, had underlying health conditions, according to a statement. The county health department said it was "in the process of notifying close contacts of this person and will be asking them to monitor for symptoms."
The man, who was in his 50s, had underlying health conditions, according to a statement. The county health department said it was "in the process of notifying close contacts of this person and will be asking them to monitor for symptoms."
According to a letter sent from the City of Phoenix Manager obtained by ABC15, the patient worked for the City of Phoenix Aviation Department.
According to a letter sent from the City of Phoenix Manager obtained by ABC15, the patient worked for the City of Phoenix Aviation Department.
"Our employee worked in a remote office and had minimal public interaction within any of the terminals and related airport facilities," the letter reads.
"Our employee worked in a remote office and had minimal public interaction within any of the terminals and related airport facilities," the letter reads.
MARCH 20, 2020
MARCH 20, 2020
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced Friday his plans to issue an executive order that would expand access to unemployment benefits, as well as moving the state tax filing deadline to July 15. Read more.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced Friday his plans to issue an executive order that would expand access to unemployment benefits, as well as moving the state tax filing deadline to July 15. Read more.
MARCH 20, 2020
MARCH 20, 2020
Fry's Food Stores are reducing their hours an hour and adding special hours for those 60 and up, known as "senior hours."
Fry's Food Stores are reducing their hours an hour and adding special hours for those 60 and up, known as "senior hours."
Beginning on Monday, March 23, Fry's Food Stores will now open at 7 a.m. and close at 9 p.m. (they've been closing at 10 p.m. before), Fry's announced on Friday. The stores will also open an hour before the public, from 6 a.m. - 7 a.m., Monday - Thursday, for those 60 years and older. View current grocery store hours.
Beginning on Monday, March 23, Fry's Food Stores will now open at 7 a.m. and close at 9 p.m. (they've been closing at 10 p.m. before), Fry's announced on Friday. The stores will also open an hour before the public, from 6 a.m. - 7 a.m., Monday - Thursday, for those 60 years and older. View current grocery store hours.
MARCH 20, 2020
MARCH 20, 2020
Cochise County on Friday confirmed they had diagnosed their first positive case of coronavirus. County health officials said all direct and appropriate contacts with the individual are being investigated by their epidemiologist team.
Cochise County on Friday confirmed they had diagnosed their first positive case of coronavirus. County health officials said all direct and appropriate contacts with the individual are being investigated by their epidemiologist team.
“We can confirm that a female adult has tested positive for COVID-19,” said Carrie Langley, the County’s Health Director. “Following domestic travel, she is self-isolating, managing her symptoms at home and is recovering from the illness.”
MARCH 20, 2020
MARCH 20, 2020
Yuma County announced its first confirmed case of COVID-19. Marine Corps Air Station Yuma commanding officer, Colonel David Suggs confirmed the infected individual is a Marine. He says as many as 150 Marines are currently in "restricted movement" on base. Yuma Mayor Doug Nicholls issued a proclamation at a press conference this morning saying the City of Yuma is following in compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order for all counties with a confirmed case of COVID-19. The order includes closure of all bars, restaurants, gyms, and theaters.
Yuma County announced its first confirmed case of COVID-19. Marine Corps Air Station Yuma commanding officer, Colonel David Suggs confirmed the infected individual is a Marine. He says as many as 150 Marines are currently in "restricted movement" on base. Yuma Mayor Doug Nicholls issued a proclamation at a press conference this morning saying the City of Yuma is following in compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order for all counties with a confirmed case of COVID-19. The order includes closure of all bars, restaurants, gyms, and theaters.
MARCH 20, 2020
MARCH 20, 2020
MARCH 20, 2020
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MARCH 20, 2020
Arizona Department of Child Safety said Thursday, effectively immediately, visitation between children and parents will be virtual. “Effective immediately and lasting through Sunday, April 5, 2020, the Department and contracted SVO/PA providers are approved to conduct virtual visitation for parenting time between children and parents. This directive is time limited and will be revisited on a weekly basis to determine if a continuation is required beyond April 5th.”
Arizona Department of Child Safety said Thursday, effectively immediately, visitation between children and parents will be virtual. “Effective immediately and lasting through Sunday, April 5, 2020, the Department and contracted SVO/PA providers are approved to conduct virtual visitation for parenting time between children and parents. This directive is time limited and will be revisited on a weekly basis to determine if a continuation is required beyond April 5th.”
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