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Virus variant challenge could mean more shots

COVID-19 mutations might require annual immunizations as with the flu.

Arizona reports more than 3,700 new COVID-19 cases, 4 deaths

Daily case numbers continue to decline, but vaccine shortage continues

CDC data shows Arizona continues to lead the country in average COVID-19 cases per capita

The state's daily report shows 5,025 new COVID-19 cases and 22 more deaths

UA research: Arizona economy recovering with big variances

Most of the recent job growth has been in Phoenix

Arizona Republican Party chair rejects election audit call on her reelection

Kelli Ward was a leader in the push to audit and overturn November 2020 election results

Arizona reports 5,119 additional COVID-19 cases, 76 deaths

Despite slowing case numbers, Arizona remains the state with the worst diagnosis rate in the country

Education notebook: Vaccines for educators and improved COVID-19 metrics not quite enough to reopen schools

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

Virus variant from United Kingdom found in Arizona

3 people in the state have tested positive for the new strain

News roundup: Biden brings changes to AZ, Navajo Nation hits 1K COVID-19 deaths

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Jan. 29.

Arizona feelings about COVID-19 are based on politics

A new poll shows politics equals COVID reactions in the state.

AZ weekly unemployment continues to be a mixed bag

The two major programs in the state are heading in the opposite direction.

A look at border, environmental changes likely under new administration

President Biden’s executive orders and action on various issues could bring changes to Arizona.

Arizona reports 203 more virus deaths as toll passes 13,000

Case numbers are beginning to peak, relieving pressure on hospitals

Wall construction provided economic boost to border city Douglas

President Biden ordered construction to stop on the new wall system.

Navajo Nation reports 1,000 COVID-19 deaths

The majority of the those who have died from COVID-19 complications are between the ages of 60 and 69.

Shifting immigration polices under Biden and their impacts in Arizona

A look at early steps taken by the new president to address border security and immigration issues.

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