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To help keep our communities healthy, the need for social distancing is imperative right now. As such, on March 18, two U.S. senators --- Kevin Cramer and Mark Warner --- introduced a bill known … more
Since older Americans are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19), I wanted to let you know the steps we’re taking to help our Medicare beneficiaries cope with the pandemic. more
Here’s the irony of this COVID-19 pandemic: we may be scrambling to isolate, but we need each other. In times of stress, human beings do better when we’re connected. more
While the passage of the bipartisan Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act were critical first steps, more work remains to protect the health and financial well-being of Arizona families and the small businesses who are the backbone of Arizona’s economy. more
The Central Arizona College campuses will be closed to the public with essential services moved to online, telephone or virtual formats.Central Arizona College has been closely monitoring coronavirus … more
Written in stone across the front of the Maricopa County Superior Courthouse is the statement, “The first duty of society is justice.” And while thousands of people pass under these words every day, few stop to think about how important these words are to our democracy. more
Dear Apache Junction Unified School District parents and families, On Friday, March 20, Gov. Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman made an announcement to extend the closure of schools through April … more
It’s a tricky time right now, as we all try to navigate coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Events are being cancelled, schools are closing, and we are hearing requests for social distancing. You may have asked yourself, “What is social distancing, and how do I comply?” more
Let me vent for a moment. I heard a TV commentator say that the coronavirus was just dangerous for the elderly … excuse me, does that mean it is not a serious problem? First of all, it is not … more
We strive to keep you informed with accurate and helpful information. In addition to information we provide on our website at www.ssa.gov, we also engage regularly on social media. more
The world’s top medical researchers are working on a vaccine for the coronavirus, or COVID-19. That vaccine is poised to be the product of animal research. It’s a case study in how crucial animal research is to improving public health. more
The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce is committed to be a community leader and advocate for our business community. As the situation regarding responses and the community's efforts to prevent … more
Hand hygiene, or proper handwashing, is important for everyone. more
All in-person and hybrid classes are suspended through Sunday, April 5. All current online classes will continue to be held as scheduled. Faculty are currently working on moving existing in-person … more
While the media can’t stop reporting on the coronavirus it has been underreporting the devastating impact just starting to be fully realized on tourism communities. more
Fellow Residents of Surprise, As the world and our community face ongoing concerns about the spread and impact of COVID-19, I want to assure you that the City of Surprise is working diligently to … more
In following the tradition of the fire service and law enforcement, the Arizona Department of Transportation issued a final radio call, “6 Tom 16,” for fallen incident response unit member Frank Dorizio on March 10 following his memorial service in Tempe. more
Colon cancer and rectal cancer; the words create fear in some, disgust in others. The colon and rectum are parts of our bodies we keep private, hidden and secret. Though none of us want to show that … more
The AIA reached out to all member schools this morning in regard to current discussions involving the COVID-19 Virus, or Coronavirus. more
As you know from previous communications, university leadership has been closely following events and public health recommendations surrounding the outbreak and spread of the novel coronavirus … more
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