Sponsored by
chris minnick

chris minnickRSS

Arizona health officials don’t know how many COVID-19 hospitalizations there are

The Arizona Department of Health Services doesn’t know how many Arizonans have been hospitalized for COVID-19, despite a mandate from the governor requiring all hospitals to report such information. ... Read more»

Maricopa man is Arizona's 1st coronavirus death

A Maricopa County man in his 50s has died of coronavirus, officials announced Friday night. He was among 79 diagnosed cases in the state, and is the first death to be announced here.... Read more»

'We need everybody to pitch in' - Ducey says additional COVID-19 testing on the way, praises healthcare pros

In an empty forum at the University of Arizona, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey gave an update Tuesday on the state's response to COVID-19, calling the novel coronavirus a "challenge unlike any we've faced as a state or a nation." ... Read more»

Az coronavirus cases up to 20 as more are tested

Twenty Arizonans have now tested postive for COVID-19 as the pandemic continues Tuesday and the number of people being tested in the state increases.... Read more»

Coronavirus cases jump in Az as more are tested

The number of known cases of coronavirus increased by 50% overnight in Arizona, as more tests are being run after weeks of limited access even as the COVID-19 pandemic grew.... Read more»

After 'wasted time,' coronavirus testing poised to increase in Arizona

New guidelines, private labs coming online, and access to more test kits should soon ramp up the number of patients who Arizona health authorities can diagnose for the COVID-19 virus, officials said.... Read more»