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Stay-at-home order, distance learning extended, COVID-19 updates in Spanish

Plus, next steps for the Pima County Board of Supervisors after the death of Chairman Richard Elías.

Health workers, aid groups step in to fill Spanish-language gap around COVID-19

More than 1 million people speak Spanish at home in Arizona, but official coronavirus bilingual communication has lagged.

How to cope with physical distancing and isolation during COVID-19 pandemic

A discussion with UA psychology professor David Sbarra.

TUSD distributes thousands of meals in Grab-and-Go program

Students sent home because of the COVID-19 pandemic can still receive breakfast and lunch from their districts.

Some families face barriers as schools transition to online instruction

A discussion with Pima County School Superintendent Dustin Williams.

Fourth Avenue businesses feeling pinch of coronavirus-related closures

A discussion with North Fourth Avenue Merchants Association's Fred Ronstadt.

Tucson Metro Chamber on outreach for businesses impacted by COVID-19

A discussion with chamber president Amber Smith.

COVID-19: Businesses impacted, mobile meals for students, physical distancing

How the business community and education leaders are responding to the pandemic.

COVID-19 emergency declarations, blood supply shortage, precautions at the Capitol

Plus, an environmental microbiologist explains how germs spread indoors.

Arizona Legislature looks to pass ‘skinny budget,’ put session on pause

A discussion with Arizona Capitol Times editor Luige del Puerto about state lawmakers' concerns about COVID-19.

Red Cross urges blood donations, implements new protocols for collection

Concerns over COVID-19 led to the cancellation of thousands of blood drives across the country.

COVID-19 prompts Tucson food bank to adopt drive-thru distribution

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona also anticipates greater demand for its services in the coming weeks.

Understanding how germs spread indoors

Plus, the best practices to disinfect surfaces.

More Arizona municipalities declare COVID-19 emergencies

A discussion with former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona about how governments are responding to the pandemic.

COVID-19 preparedness, TPD deflection program, census undercount

Plus, understanding the long-term economic impacts of the novel coronavirus.

Hard-to-count populations a concern ahead of 2020 census in Arizona

University of Arizona researcher Jason Jurjevich estimates up to 1.8 million Arizonans could go uncounted this year.

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