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Students’ mass migration back to college gets a failing grade

The great student migration has resulted in COVID outbreaks on college campuses nationwide, because predictive models failed to take into account that kids who test positive for the virus, whether sick or asymptomatic, might continue to party.... Read more»

Arizona bars reopen under COVID-19 guidelines

As Arizona bars reopen after months of being shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic, owners and managers are struggling to comply with state health department regulations that require logistical twists.... Read more»

Ducey illegally ruling by 'executive fiat' to fight COVID-19, AG argues

Gov. Doug Ducey is unconstitutionally shutting down bars and ignoring other state laws through "executive fiat" during the coronavirus pandemic, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich argued Friday in a court filing.... Read more»

Ducey lays out how Arizona gyms and bars will reopen

Businesses that Gov. Doug Ducey ordered closed in response to the worsening COVID-19 crisis now have a light at the end of the tunnel after the state set out public health benchmarks that would allow them to reopen.... Read more»

Health experts link rise In Az COVID cases to end of stay-at-home order

An explosion of new infections in Arizona is stretching some hospitals and alarming public health experts who link the surge in cases to the state’s lifting of a stay-at-home order a month ago.... Read more»

Az bars crowded despite COVID-19 restrictions, Ducey curfew

Despite social distancing guidelines being impossible to enforce at establishments that exist for face-to-face socializing, bars that serve food have found loopholes allowing them to reopen and stay open past curfew.... Read more»