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Navajo doctor named Indian Health Service's chief medical officer

For the last several years, Dr. Loretta Christensen been one of IHS' leaders in the Navajo Nation.

How to encourage children to follow COVID safety measures

Advice from pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Wassim Ballan.

Arizona reports 1,965 new COVID-19 cases, 24 deaths

Number of new cases is most reported in a single day since March

COVID-19 top cause of death in Sonora in 2020

Virus was the cause of more than 6,000 deaths in the state

Mayor says masks will be required in Tucson city buildings

Romero cites new guidance from CDC amid growing caseload

Top Arizona health official stepping down

Dr. Cara Christ, public face of state's pandemic response, leaving Dept. of Health Services

Health officials urge vaccinated in some areas to mask up again

New CDC guidelines apply to Pima County, most of Arizona

Arizona reports 1,441 more COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

8th day in a row of more than 1,000 cases

White Mountain Apache Tribe to reinstate 10 p.m. curfew

After 12 new cases in 24 hours, the tribe will move to Phase 3 restrictions. It also canceled its upcoming fair and rodeo.

UA mobile health clinic bringing COVID vaccines to rural counties

It includes overseeing cross-border vaccination events offered at some of Arizona's ports of entry.

Northwest Healthcare expands footprint in southern Arizona

The network's market CEO discusses how the. Northwest Healthcare has adapted during the pandemic.

Nursing shortages, other challenges facing Arizona’s health care system

A discussion with Hertel Report publisher Jim Hammond.

Banner to require COVID-19 vaccines for staff

The health care system is giving employees about three months to get vaccinated.

Arizona again reporting over 1,000 new COVID-19 cases

Cases have been over 1,000 for four of the last five days

Pascua Yaqui Tribe to launch vaccination incentive program

The tribe is offering $100 to members living in Arizona who are fully-vaccinated.

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