The service was created to help rural Arizonans who live in "medical deserts."
Hundreds of thousands of Arizonans are at risk of losing their healthcare coverage through Medicaid in the coming weeks.
The Biden administration announced recently that the U.S. will no longer be in a COVID-19 emergency as of May 11, which means that an estimated five to 14 million Americans could lose access to health insurance via Medicaid.
Variations of the virus, coupled with waning immunity, have created what one health expert describes as a "six-month pattern," where COVID-19 cases spike during the summer and winter months.
Changes have been made to Arizona's unemployment system, but Rep. Mitzi Epstein said there's still more to be done to make sure it'd be ready for another crisis.
Two new studies, including one from the University of Arizona, provide more evidence that the coronavirus pandemic originated in a Wuhan, China market where live animals were sold.
Pima County used part of its federal COVID-19 funding to launch its Emergency Eviction Legal Services progra in August 2021.
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