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In these unsettling times of COVID-19, our advance preparation and putting what we learn into action have positioned us for success. At Banner Boswell and Banner Del E. Webb medical centers, … more
Arizona has added 790 cases and 18 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. As of the morning of Saturday, May 30, the ADHS reports … more
Arizona does not currently have an Executive Order or law requiring individuals to wear face masks in public; however, the governor’s Stay Healthy, Return Smarter, Return Stronger Executive Order (2020-36), effective May 16, 2020, requires businesses that are reopening to take specific precautions including: “providing necessary protective equipment.” more
All can agree that we are in a crisis that is unprecedented. A quick search on Google will tell us that child abuse, domestic violence, intimate partner violence and substance abuse reporting are all up. more
Arizona has added 431 cases and 24 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. As of the morning of Saturday, May 23, the ADHS reports 16,039 cases and 799 … more
As stay-at-home restrictions begin to ease in Arizona and other states, people are starting to venture out of their homes and some are even returning to work. But that doesn’t mean that the virus has gone away — or that there is a vaccine or a cure. more
Home prices went up across the nation during the first quarter of 2020 including in the Valley and Peoria, according to a recent report by the National Association of Realtors®. However, this statistic isn’t necessarily a good measure of the climate created by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, which came to the forefront halfway through the quarter, experts say. more
The necessity of quality healthcare coverage has become abundantly clear for many Americans over the recent weeks For the one in 10 Americans now unemployed whose health insurance options were … more
Arizona has added 462 cases and 28 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. As of the morning of Saturday, May 16, the ADHS reports 13,631 cases and 679 … more
For those who don’t want to risk their livelihoods or health, this will be a difficult reopening ... and I still personally understand the fears of forced emergency measures. more
Now that commerce is resuming across Arizona, business owners are entering into uncharted territory taking a risk that customers and employees will catch COVID-19 at the business. If that happens, … more
On behalf of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, I’d like to thank all those who work in nursing facilities --- doctors, nurses, food preparers, housekeepers and others --- for … more
Influenza is not COVID-19 and COVID-19 is not influenza. But both groups of viruses act in similar ways and very little is truly understood how the novel coronavirus is transmitted and why and … more
The program is designed to provide grants to eligible, Mesa-based businesses impacted by required business closures or limited services mandated by statewide executive orders. more
The Apache Junction and Gold Canyon News, in operation for more than 23 years as a weekly newspaper delivered to homes and that recently changed to online-only, has ceased operations. “On … more
The medical staff at Banner Baywood Medical Center recently celebrated a miraculous milestone with one of their COVID-19 patients. Franklin Charley of Kayenta, Arizona, was discharged from the … more
About opening Arizona, about opening QC and about Queen Creek businesses and residents, the Town of Queen Creek mayor and council have been working since last week on the attached proclamation. It … more
The Arizona Senate will be returning on Friday, May 8 to sine die. This direction was determined after conversations and communications with members of the Arizona Senate and House. There is a … more
It’s a sad day for the Arizona Winter Visitors Association. After 28 years we have shut it down because of the virus. We can’t operate with no income; as of Jan. 1 we have not received … more
The Translational Genomics Research Institute, an affiliate of City of Hope, is looking for volunteers: individuals who have run the course of COVID-19, and whose immune system may have built up … more
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