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The Pinal County Public Health Services District during routine mosquito surveillance recently detected the first West Nile Virus positive mosquitoes in the county this season. Mosquito … more
As the coronavirus hit the United States in 2020, government officials traveled to the Centers for Disease Control to find out how fast they could get a vaccine in the arms of Americans and stop the spread of this deadly virus. more
A financial shot in the arm could be just what is needed for Americans unsure about vaccination. more
PHOENIX — With the number of vaccine doses being administered dropping, state health officials are finally agreeing to let doctors start immunizing their patients against COVID-19. more
The city of Peoria is waiting to receive its share of relief funds from the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act. In the meantime, city officials have huddled up and now have a pretty good idea how the funds will be used. more
As the pandemic surged through the country in 2020, many organizations had to evaluate how to continue their mission safely. more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is telling cities and counties to fully open their parks to all comers this Easter weekend or face consequences. more
We have a vaccine! In fact, we have three — with more on the way. more
I’m writing this as the governors of Texas and Mississippi are announcing the lifting of their state-wide mask and other virus-related mandates. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Feb. 10 reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Queen Creek and San Tan Valley at 15,334 in ZIP codes 85140, 85142 and 85143. more
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