At least one Arizona healthcare system is allowing employees to come into work even if they have COVID-19.
The company cited flu season, the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant, and the high hospitalization rate among unvaccinated as reasons for the requirement.
Hospitals have once again been asked to postpone elective surgeries in order to save room for coronavirus patients.
Plus, Banner sets up grocery stores for workers and celebrities lend a helping hand to the Navajo Nation. Here’s your coronavirus Tuesday update.
An Arizona woman says she and her husband thought it was safe to take chloroquine phosphate as a coronavirus treatment because of statements the president has made.
Children without health insurance now have a new way to get treatment in Maricopa County, thanks to the Banner Healthmobile.
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