This week communities in Southern Arizona and across the country began adapting to new restrictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As tests confirm more cases in Arizona, the state’s top health officials caution the disease has yet to reach its peak. Businesses that closed and workers who lost their jobs as a result are already feeling the pinch. Arizona 360 learned more about resources currently available from Tucson Metro Chamber president Amber Smith.
The chamber is collecting and updating information about resources for employers and workers on its website.