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Ducey, local governments continue to spar over mandates

Tucson, Pima County, UA leaders all push back.

Judge: School district can keep mask rule, at least for now

New state law barring mask mandates in schools doesn’t take effect until Sept. 29, judge says.

Arizona reports 2,400 new COVID-19 cases but no new deaths

Hospitalizations in the state related to COVID-19 have nearly tripled since the end of May.

Arizona reports over 3K more virus cases on 2nd straight day

The state’s seven-day rolling averages for cases and deaths also continued to rise along with virus-related hospitalizations.

TUSD to begin "pooled testing"

Test program could reach every classroom by October

City to employees: get the shot, or get suspended

Tucson council approves incentives for COVID-19 vaccination

Lawsuit argues state ban on mask requirements in schools is unconstitutional

Legislature wrongly tacked "hodgepodge" of policies to the state budget, lawsuit says.

Why employers can require masks and vaccines among workers

A discussion with Tucson labor attorney Barney Holtzman.

UA requiring masks indoors, but campus groups have other concerns about risks

The Coalition for Academic Justice at the University of Arizona says the campus community should have more input in the UA's response to the pandemic.

Arizona reports 3K virus cases for first time in 6 months

The state also reported 23 more deaths.

Pima County schools have reported over 400 cases of COVID-19

County superintendent said he's pleading with Gov. Ducey to rescind a ban on schools requiring masks.

Arizona reports 2,970 more COVID-19 cases, most in 6 months

The number of virus patients occupying hospital beds also continued to climb on Thursday.

Banner leader says hospitals seeing sharp rise in COVID cases, especially among children

Banner Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Marjorie Bessel urged the public to get vaccinated to protect those who are too young.

University of Arizona will require masks indoors

ASU, NAU also announce mask requirements amid rising number of COVID-19 cases statewide.

Top Mexican official says loosening of border restrictions unlikely this month

Foreign secretary cites surge in coronavirus cases on both sides of the border.

Tohono O'odham Nation in high level of COVID -19 transmission

Tohono O'odham Nation Health Care recently reported almost 50% of the tribe's eligible residents were fully vaccinated.

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