re-opening

Arts & Culture

The Start of Something New from PCA

We are excited to announce the Grand Re-Opening of Prescott Center for the Arts and our new cabaret style theater on November 12th, 2020! The PCA Cabaret will feature live entertainment including, musicals, concerts and plays all from the comfort and safety of socially distanced tables. We reduced our capacity and increased ventilation in order

Arts & Culture

Arizona Historical Society Announces Fall Reopening Plans

The Arizona Historical Society is pleased to announce its reopening timeline for the Arizona Heritage Center at Papago Park in Tempe. The reopening includes policies and procedures for guests, visitors, and staff based on current guidelines from the Arizona Department of Health Services and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Arizona Heritage Center at

COVID-19

State passes COVID-19 milestone, as final county meets reopening mark

Arizona officials hailed a COVID-19 milestone Thursday, when the final county in the state crossed a coronavirus transmission threshold that lets some shuttered businesses begin the process of reopening. The Arizona Department of Health Services said Graham County moved from the “substantial” to “moderate” transmission category, in which businesses such as restaurants, waterparks and movie

Education

Arizona Is the 4th Least Safe State for Schools to Reopen – WalletHub Study

With some students learning online or experiencing a hybrid of online and in-person classes due to COVID-19, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on the Safest States for Schools to Reopen . To identify which states have the safest conditions for reopening schools, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 15 key metrics. Our

COVID-19

1 in 3 Arizonans believe employers should be liable for Covid-19 lawsuits, finds study

Liability Shields: Over 1 in 3 Arizonans believe employers should be liable for Covid-19 lawsuits, finds study.   Two-thirds of employees would report a colleague for not following Covid-19 health protocols. 74% say their temperature data should be kept confidential. Over half believe they should be compensated for out-of-hours Covid-19 testing. As business slowly starts to pick

State

Arizona governor gets good, bad marks for virus response

In early August, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey beamed in the White House as he basked in praise from President Donald Trump for his handling of the COVID-19 outbreak. Arizona’s response to the virus, Trump said, was a model for other states. Just a few weeks earlier, Ducey was being vilified as Arizona hospital beds filled

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