Local arts organizations like Arizona Opera and Ballet Arizona are among those being affected by the coronavirus. Arizona Theatre Company announced its final two shows of the season will move to subsequent years.
Many stores around the U.S. are offering special hours for vulnerable shoppers during the coronavirus pandemic. Here is a list of stores in Arizona. If you know of any stores offering special hours, please email [email protected] Check back for updates.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order to ensure Arizonans won’t be evicted during the pandemic has some stipulations. If a tenant has lied to the landlord about a criminal record, other occupants or even pets, it may result in an eviction anyway.
As news about the coronavirus floods our TV screens and social media feeds, it’s easy to feel weighed down. But while there’s plenty of negativity during times of crisis, some Arizonans are lending a hand to those who need it.
A surge of patients with respiratory ailments hasn’t yet shown up at the doors of Arizona’s hospitals. But even though the spread of COVID-19 in the state isn’t at the level of New York or Washington state, a large influx is expected. Hospitals and government officials are moving to get supplies and increase capacity. → Get The Latest News On The Coronavirus
The chief justice of the Arizona Supreme Court has issued an administrative order that applies to all courts in the state. The order gives authority to the presiding Superior Court judges in each county to take action as needed in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic is projected to hit nonprofit businesses hard. Kristen Merrifield, CEO at the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, said the impact in the state will be devastating.
The National Forest Service wants visitors to maintain social distancing, even out in the wilderness. Tonto, Coconino and Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests are among those closing all developed recreation sites to protect visitors and employees from the spread of COVID-19.
Citing the coronavirus outbreak, the U.S. announced Monday that it would delay hearings for asylum seekers waiting under the Migrant Protection Protocols, known as the “Remain In Mexico” program. Migrant advocates say postponing hearings further endangers vulnerable migrants.
Arizona’s mayors were quick to order restrictions on businesses due to the coronavirus, while Gov. Doug Ducey faced criticism for delaying such an order at the state level. Now mayors are criticizing the governor for taking away their authority to act unilaterally.
The Gila River Indian Community announced its first two cases Monday night. One of its patients is a member of the tribe and the second is a member of another federally recognized tribe, according to a statement. On Tuesday, the Navajo Nation reported 10 new coronavirus cases bringing their tribe’s total to 39.
Three major religions will observe important holidays next month, but the usual family gatherings and large feasts are off the table. Here's how some Muslim, Jewish and Catholic leaders are adapting to coronavirus precautions.
While state health officials are encouraging people to stay at home, doctors are warning against the use of household products or medications that could do more harm than good. The Show spoke with Dr. Daniel Brooks, medical director of the Banner Poison and Drug Information Center.
As government and health officials at all levels ramp up their briefings in an effort to get new information out about the coronavirus pandemic, not all sources are as reputable and accurate as others.