/ Modified jan 8, 2021 2:35 p.m.

Tucson tourism and business leaders search for ways to rebound in 2021

Tony Paniagua reports.

Like the rest of the country, Arizona entered the new year still firmly in the pandemic’s grasp. The current outbreak has hit the state hard, leading to one of the fastest growing infection rates in the world this week. Amid ongoing public health and economic setbacks, small business and local tourism leaders in Tucson are trying to remain optimistic about 2021.

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