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Governor Ducey Announces Latest Actions To Fight COVID-19, Increase Hospital Staffing

Governor Doug Ducey today announced a series of meaningful actions to fight the spread of COVID-19 in Arizona, support our hospitals and frontline health care workers, and provide the state’s hard-hit restaurants with the resources needed to keep patrons and staff healthy. Speaking at the State Public Health Laboratory, Governor Ducey outlined measures to ensure

COVID-19

Arizona Investments To Fight COVID-19 And Support Arizonans

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Arizona has surged resources to protect public health, stretch and strengthen the social safety net, provide support to Arizonans in need, and stabilize Arizona’s budget. These resources have helped people, businesses and institutions weather uncertainty and prioritize public health while blunting the worst impacts of the virus and the

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Food banks receive government assistance to fill bellies during the holidays

At one point Tuesday, cars came through at a rate of one every minute, six lanes across, to get boxes and bags of turkeys, potatoes and canned food from St. Mary’s Food Bank. Members of the National Guard and volunteers in neon-orange vests, all wearing masks or bandannas, loaded up one car trunk after another

Opinion

Opinion: Will the American Dream Be Another Casualty of COVID-19?

Keeping the doors open at this local favorite is becoming more difficult. Jennine and Dave Dayler are committed employers and members of their local community in Brookfield, Wisconsin. They have worked hard to keep the doors of “Saloon on Calhoun with Bacon” open during COVID-19. But as Wisconsin approaches its eighth consecutive month of heavy-handed restrictions on

COVID-19

States plead for more federal help as virus outbreak worsens

With more shutdowns looming and a vaccine months away from wide distribution, governors across the U.S. are pleading for more help from Washington ahead of what is shaping up to be a bleak winter. Renewed restrictions on indoor businesses, overloaded hospitals and the coming end of unemployment benefits for millions of Americans have led governors

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