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Arizona sees 20% spike in 2022 HIV cases, new report says

Arizona's Department of Health Services reports a 20% spike in HIV cases, potentially tied to COVID-19 disruptions in testing; officials plan increased testing and outreach.

Tucson moves to begin settlement of COVID-era lawsuit

The 2021 lawsuit argued that the City of Tucson violated its contract with the Tucson Police Officer’s Association when it implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy.

New COVID variants prompt new phase of COVID prevention in Pima County

Health officials recommend checking in with personal health care providers this fall.

COVID-19 pandemic delays rare disease diagnosis on Arizona's Tribal lands, new study finds

Testing delays and the focus on response to the initial outbreak of COVID-19 in the region may have been factors.

Navajo Nation’s COVID-19 curfews saddled hundreds with citations, netted no money for police, news investigation finds

he curfew was among the most stringent measures any U.S. tribal or non-tribal government enacted to check the spread of the virus.

TUSD cuts back on hotspots for students as federal funding expires

The Emergency Connectivity Fund worked to provide funding for connectivity tools like hotspots, modems and routers.

Report places Arizona first in U.S. for rate of COVID-19 deaths

Arizona residents were less likely to be vaccinated, wear masks and maintain social distance, according to researchers in a peer-reviewed study.

COVID detectives still dogged by disinformation

Researchers continue confirming the source of the coronavirus at a Chinese wet market

Book author delves into COVID-19 detective research

David Quammen will be among the presenters at the Tucson Festival of Books.

Cullen withdraws from nomination to head AZ Dept. of Health Services

Pima County says Dr. Theresa Cullen is returning to her previous job heading its health department.

Senate committee rejects Cullen nomination to lead AZDHS

Her support for COVID restrictions drew Republican opposition.

UA swimmer dies of bacterial infection

No connection to COVID or vaccine in ME's statement.

Navajo Nation lifts mandatory mask mandate

New president Buu Nygren says it's time for the Nation to get back to work

Three years on, COVID-19 no longer grabs headlines, still poses a threat

It hits the elderly hardest, it spikes in summer and winter, it killed men in Arizona at sharply higher rates t

Pima County to host vaccine clinics in Green Valley, starting Wednesday

Clinics will offer influenza and COVID shots, along with free at-home COVID tests.

Respiratory illnesses continue rise in Pima County

Officials are asking residents to update their vaccinations, wear masks and social distance.

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