Stories tagged: "pandemic"


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Rent, Unemployment Insurance, and Other Important COVID-19 Deadlines: What You Need To Know In AZ

Don't lose track of what’s due — and when. Check our list of COVID-related due dates for deadlines postponed by the pandemic.

The number of figures (1000) illustrates just 1% of the official count of people who've died from COVID-19. Graphic via Desirée Tapia for COURIER
The U.S. Has Officially Passed 100,000 Deaths From Coronavirus. The Real Number Is Likely Much Higher.

The current death toll could actually be as high as 125,000 Americans, according to a New York Times analysis.

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Powwows Move Online to Keep Indigenous Communities Together

Many Indigenous communities are taking dance, art, stories, food, and song online as a way to come together during pandemic.

Members of National Guard & volunteers prepare bags of food to residents near a one-mile radius containment area set up to halt spread of COVID-19 in New York. Image via Shutterstock
Trump Ends National Guard Deployment Day Before Servicemembers Would Be Eligible for Benefits

Retired Brig. Gen. J. Roy Robinson called it “curious” that the extension runs only 24 days and ends in the middle of the week.

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A Tidal Wave Of COVID-19 Cases Are Overwhelming A Rural Hospital Near Navajo Nation

At least 32 hospital workers who have become infected say they all live with the fear of spreading the virus to their colleagues and relatives.

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More Than 50% of Arizonans Feel It’s Too Soon to Reopen Economy

While some Arizonans are ready to reopen the economy during the pandemic, a new poll and several business owners feel it's too soon.

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PHOTOS: What Reopening Looked Like In Arizona Cities This Weekend

With some people practicing social distancing and others not as the economy reopens, only time will tell the impact on COVID-19 spread in Arizona.