The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health and county health departments.
The tribe reported nine new confirmed coronavirus cases, but no additional deaths on the vast reservation that covers parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.
Gov. Doug Ducey may have ended a requirement for school districts to implement mask mandates for its students and staff members, but officials with some school districts across Arizona say their requirements will remain in place.
The latest figures released by the state bring the total number of cases and deaths since the pandemic’s onset to 855,155 and 17,193, respectively.
Hoffman said the $21 million plan will provide two years of funding to eliminate a waitlist for mental health professionals requested by schools in 2019.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has rescinded an order that requires schools in Arizona to require masks for its students and staff members.
According to the order, state agencies, counties, cities, and towns cannot issue a measure requiring residents to provide documentation of their COVID-19 vaccination status to enter a business, building, or area in order to receive a government service, permit, or license
Students and teachers say now that the entire education has been shifted, accommodations need to be made in terms of mental health. Otherwise, there could be another crisis in our schools.
The state’s coronavirus dashboard on April 19 listed the total number of cases since the pandemic as 854,453. The death toll remains 17,153.
The tribe reported seven new virus cases but no additional deaths on the vast reservation.
The state’s coronavirus dashboard listed pandemic totals of 853,761 cases and 17,153 deaths.
The tribe on Saturday night reported no new deaths for the seventh consecutive day and just two new confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
The Arizona Department of Health Services subtracted two deaths from the number of fatalities.
The tribe on April 16 reported no new deaths for the sixth consecutive day, and 13 new confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Independent theaters in Arizona have been waiting for COVID-19 relief money from Congress as concerts have been almost nonexistent during the pandemic. Now, they're running into an issue while applying for the money.
Any Lab Test Now in the Valley that is specifically testing to see if your COVID-19 vaccine is doing what it should weeks after your inoculation.
The state’s totals rose to 852,570 cases and 17,153 deaths, according to the Department of Health Services’ coronavirus dashboard.
Instead of sitting together in a jury box, jurors now sit throughout the courtroom behind plexiglass partitions.
The Arizona Department of Health is partnering with the Centers for Disease Control and local health departments to investigate 298 confirmed vaccine breakthrough cases in the state.
Community members and coworkers of Buckeye Fire Chief Bob Costello remember him by how he served his community.