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The following is a list of closures, cancellations and other events in Northern Arizona affected by the
coronavirus pandemic. Check back from time to time as the list will be updated as information is received.

Hotline numbers:

Statewide Hotline: 2-1-1
Northern Arizona Health Care: (928) 773-2301
Coconino County Health and Human Services: (928) 679-7300.
Yavapai County Health and Human Services: (928) 442-5103.
Navajo County Health Services District: (928) 241-0593
Navajo Nation Health Command Center: (928) 871-7014.

All Arizona Schools are cancelled through April 10th.
All Harkins Theaters closed through March 31st.
All Basha’s Stores will open an hour early at 5 a.m. for seniors 65 and older.

FLAGSTAFF:
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City of Flagstaff – Declares a State of Emergency, city offices closed
Coconino County – Declares state of emergency, county offices closed
Northern Arizona University – Classes to be conducted online for the rest of the spring semester.
Coconino Community College – Classes to be conducted online.
City of Flagstaff – Commission canceled until further notice
Lowell Observatory – Closed until further notice.
Museum of Northern Arizona – closed until further notice
Twin Arrows Casino Resort – Closed until April 28th
Theatrikos – Closed until further notice.
Orpheum Theater – Closed until April 30th.
Flagstaff Mall – CLOSED
Flagstaff Unified School District Schools – classes moved to online.

PRESCOTT/PRESCOTT VALLEY:
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Yavapai College – Online classes the rest of the semester.
Embry Riddle University – Classes to shift online then.
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center – All performances canceled through March 30th.
Northern Arizona Suns – Season Cancelled
Prescott Police Department – Lobby closed until further notice.

NAVAJO NATION:
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Grand Falls – Closed until further notice.
Dine College – classes online the rest of the spring semester.

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