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Banner-University Medical Center's director of infection prevention clarifies the proper protocols.

Understanding loan options available through the Small Business Administration

The SBA has awarded Payroll Protection Program loans to thousands of businesses in Arizona.

Shorter hours and masks required as longtime Tucson retailer reopens stores

The owner of Sam Levitz says the company has brought back nearly all of the 550 employees furloughed in April.

Tucson printing company sees opportunity in new demand for splash guards

Manufacturing the guards helps offset other losses caused by the pandemic.

Arizona’s Catholic dioceses gradually reintroducing public mass

The Diocese of Phoenix has allowed pastors to resume services with limited attendance and masks.

Worship during the pandemic, new business strategies, federal loan options

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Masks and temperature checks among precautions employers taking to address liabilities

UA health law and policy expert Tara Sklar explains what they can legally require.

How the pandemic has morphed the Tucson Metro’s business landscape

The Tucson Metro Chamber president discusses persisting challenges owners and employees face.

Some Pima County businesses reopen with precautions, others decide it’s too soon

How some business owners say they plan to protect the health of customers and employees.

Pandemic’s impact on Arizona’s industries and what recovery may look like

A discussion with University of Arizona economist George Hammond.

Slowing the spread, businesses reopen, pandemic’s economic impact

Plus, what businesses and employers are liable for when it comes to preventing an outbreak.

Challenges facing educators during COVID-19 pandemic

A discussion with Tucson Education Association president Margaret Chaney.

Time away from school means uncertainty about students' return to classrooms

A discussion with UA College of Education assistant dean Francesca Lopez.

Financial impacts of pandemic vary among Southern Arizona nonprofits

Safety-net groups are faring better than cultural attractions.

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