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These Arizonans Rolled Up Their Sleeves and Volunteered for COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Despite Risks

Arizona could see a COVID-19 vaccine rolled out by the end of the year—thanks in part to those who volunteered for the clinical trials.

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‘Disruptive and Cruel’: Native Americans Worry as Supreme Court Weighs Repeal of Health Care Act

Officials say "millions" of Native Americans throughout the country could lose healthcare if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN - OCTOBER 02: Wearing a mask to reduce the risk posed by the coronavirus, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden waves while preparing to board his plane  after campaigning. Biden said he tested negative twice Friday for the coronavirus after it was reported that U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Majority of Arizonans See Biden as More Capable Than Trump on Health Care

“We have 6.7 million Americans who have contracted coronavirus, which will be a preexisting condition going forward.”

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More Than 5,000 Arizonans Have Died From COVID-19

While health experts say social distancing measures have slowed the spread of the virus, they say the public should remain cautious.

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Arizona’s Economy is Reopening. Here’s How We Can Beat This Virus Together

Arizona is seeing progress in curbing the spread of the coronavirus, but we still have a long way to go. Here are three things we can do to stay safe.

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Former Republican Joins Other Arizonans in Defending Law That Gave Healthcare to 20 Million Americans

Arizonans from different political beliefs are coming together in their support for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

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Arizona’s COVID-19 Contact Tracing Efforts Found to be Largely Ineffective

Roughly 80% of tracing investigations in Maricopa County were not completed. because patients failed to complete their questionnaire.