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Navajo Nation COVID-19 Cases Up to 426 as President Extends Curfew

The president of the Navajo Nation is working to stop the spread of coronavirus on reservation land by extending curfew and acquiring more medical supplies.

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Arizona Surpasses 2,700 Coronavirus Cases With Higher Testing Capacity on the Way

Walgreens has announced plans to open 15 drive-thru rapid-testing sites for coronavirus in seven states, including Arizona.

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Arizona Gives Day Hopes to Raise Millions for Nonprofits Hit By Coronavirus

Nonprofits are facing staggering losses of income as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Arizona Gives Day aims to help make up for the gaps.

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State Passes 2,500 Cases and More Evictions Get Halted: Arizona Coronavirus News

The state has now reached 2,575 cases and 73 deaths. Here's what else you need to know about coronavirus in Arizona today.

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Arizona Nears 2,500 Coronavirus Cases While Deaths Hit 65

Coronavirus cases and related deaths continued to increase in Arizona on Monday but at a seemingly slower rate than in previous days.

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Coronavirus Is Making Life Especially Dangerous for Domestic Violence Survivors

Financial stress and dwindling social networks add to challenges domestic violence survivors may encounter when trying to find a safe space.

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Arizona Now Up to 1,769 Coronavirus Cases, 41 Deaths

The total number of coronavirus cases in Arizona reached 1,769 Friday, while at least 41 people in the state are known to have died from the virus.