Stories tagged: "ducey"


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5,000 Deaths Later, Health Experts Still Say Gov. Ducey’s COVID Response Was Too Slow

Whether Ducey deserves credit or blame for alternately controlling and unleashing the virus is not in doubt — observers say he's earned both.

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McSally, Ducey Sidestep Criticism of Trump After President Calls Fallen Soldiers ‘Losers’

While Iraq War veteran Rep. Ruben Gallego harshly rebuked Trump’s comments, fellow veteran Sen. McSally claimed the accusations had been debunked.

More than 131 million doses of flu vaccine have been given this year, but there’s still time to get vaccinated before peak flu season hits, health officials say. (Photo by Lance McCord/Creative Commons)
‘Perfect Storm’ of COVID During Flu Season Has Arizona Officials Worried

Additional funding was awarded to Arizona’s Medicaid program to prepare for flu season as the state continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic.

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Gov. Ducey Ignored His Own COVID-19 Safety Advice. Again.

Ducey attended an event at the White House Thursday without a mask, despite encouraging Arizonans to wear face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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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.

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Landlords Push Back Against Arizona’s Eviction Moratorium, Claiming It Unconstitutional

The moratorium protects tenants who can’t pay rent due to coronavirus-related financial hardship from eviction.

Cartoon: ‘If Only There Was Something We Could’ve Done To Prevent This…’

Governor Doug Ducey has pushed inconsistent messaging throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and Arizonans are paying the price.