In May, the City of Mesa started sending officers to look for homeless people susceptible to COVID-19 and take them to east Mesa motels.
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The district has a protocol for mask-wearing, but some parents don't think their measures are enough to stop community spread.
For people who are comfortable with traveling, she said there are many great deals.
He said this means there may be people out there who have cancer and don't know it.
Banner Health said it's taken around 700 employees skills to a new level to help with the surge of COVID-19 patients.
As people lose jobs or avoid going out to stores, the company behind several outdoor shopping centers says it's facing challenges.
Emergency room physician Arya Chowdhury works in several hospitals in the Phoenix metro and says fewer patients are coming in with severe coronavirus symptoms.
As school from home gets ready to begin, it's not just students trying to crunch those hard to solve problems. Parents are also trying to navigate the unknowns of virtual learning.
The Traditional Academy at Bellair held the drive-thru event.
The cost to get an education is not cheap, and with COVID-19 still lingering, college students in Arizona worry they could lose money they spent on school if they get sick.