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DHS explores COVID-19 vaccine services at the border

DHS says it’s looking to award a short-term contract to provide vaccine services to non-U.S. citizens at points along the Southwest border.

Surcharge for unvaccinated Pima County employees challenged

A law enforcement union has filed a lawsuit challenging a $45 health insurance surcharge on Pima County employees who haven’t received the coronavirus vaccine.

Pima County Attorney's Office will not prosecute minor drug possession cases

Policy from start of the pandemic is revived as vaccination rate levels off and COVID cases spread inside the jail

COVID-19 creating another holiday of concern

Omicron variant and vaccination worries are making gatherings difficult again.

Banner says Tucson hospital pushed to capacity

"If the forecasted trend continues, we will soon be unable to meet the health care demands of Arizonans," chief clinical officer warns.

Researcher: More could be done to protect farmworkers from COVID-19

For the study, more than 30 farm workers in Sonora and Baja California were interviewed from mid- to late-2020.

Arizona reports 2,391 new COVID-19 cases but no deaths

Hospitals are more crowded because of large numbers of patients being treated for non-virus-related reasons.

Arizona reports 3,775 additional COVID cases, 74 more deaths

Hospitalizations remain at near peak level.

Bill to extend deadline for tribal use of CARES Act funds has passed the House

The date proposed in the bill moves the deadline to use CARES Act funds from the end of 2021 to December 2022.

Arizona reports 3,924 additional COVID cases, 93 more deaths

The rolling average of cases and deaths continues to rise.

Arizona hospitals strained by COVID

Hospital crowding in Arizona reaches pandemic high

Arizona reports 3,506 additional COVID cases, 18 more deaths

Only 6% of inpatient beds were available as of Tuesday.

Arizona reports 3,022 more COVID-19 cases, but no new deaths

The Department of Health Services reported that the number of COVID hospitalizations reached a 10-month high.

Arizona reports 3,820 new COVID-19 cases and 28 more deaths

The latest numbers pushed Arizona’s totals to 1,292,054 cases and 22,589 known deaths since the pandemic began.

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