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Northern Arizona Healthcare says so far there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 and does not have any patients who have tested positive in any
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and State Superintendent of Schools Kathy Hoffman announced Sunday that schools will be closed throughout the state until March 27th. Ducey
The city of Flagstaff has declared a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The declaration was made Sunday and allows the city
Yavapai College and Embry-Riddle University have joined other colleges and universities across Arizona and has implemented social distancing procedures. Officials say face-to-face classes will be
Parts of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon will remain open for now, but some attractions will close due to the coronavirus pandemic. National
Northern Arizona University has decided to transition classes online for at least two weeks. The school made the decision this afternoon in the wake of
Lowell Observatory is closing its doors after tonight until further notice due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The observatory hosts over 100-thousand visitors a year, and
Coconino County continues to monitor the situation with COVID-19. Health officials say they sent two samples for testing to the Arizona State Public Health Lab.
Coconino County Supervisor Jim Parks Isolates Himself After A Coronavirus Scare While In Washington DC
Coconino County District 4 Supervisor Jim Parks announced Tuesday that he is self-quarantined after returning from a conference in Washington DC last week. He said