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Pima County out of take-home COVID tests

In-clinic tests still available, county health director says.

Tohono O'odham chairman tests positive for COVID-19

Tohono O'odham Nation Chairman Ned Norris Jr. plans to continue work as the chairman remotely while isolating.

At-home COVID test kit distribution at Abrams Public Health Center on Tuesday

The Pima County Health Department and El Rio Community Health Center will have 3,000 kits available between 1 and 7 p.m.

Arizona reports another big jump of COVID cases, 125 deaths

More than 8,000 cases reported in a single day.

Arizona court upholds decision to not release COVID records

An appeals court says not all COVID records are public.

Arizona reports 7,720 more COVID cases, most in a year

The number is more than double Arizona’s latest seven-day rolling average of daily new cases.

Flagstaff hotel cancels pine cone drops due to virus threat

Close to 6,000 new cases of COVID-19 were reported Thursday in Arizona.

Arizona reports 3,411 additional COVID cases, 27 more deaths

Virus related hospitalizations are down.

Arizona hospital official: Avoid New Year's gatherings

The state added nearly 2,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Update: Arizona Bowl canceled

Boise State pulled out of the game due to the number of players with COVID.

New Arizona COVID-19 cases over 7,600 due to holiday lag

Daily numbers will be high for the next few days as reporting catches up after Christmas break.

Arizona reports 3,808 new COVID-19 cases, another 72 deaths

More than 2,000 people are in the hospital with COVID-19.

University of Arizona reports first seven omicron variant cases

The university said the variant was found "within the Tucson campus community," but would not say if the cases involved students or staff.

First case of Omicron variant confirmed in Pima County

The Pima County Health Department said the person tested positive for COVID-19 in Tucson in early December.

Pima County Attorney's Office will not prosecute minor drug possession cases

Policy from start of the pandemic is revived as vaccination rate levels off and COVID cases spread inside the jail

Banner says Tucson hospital pushed to capacity

"If the forecasted trend continues, we will soon be unable to meet the health care demands of Arizonans," chief clinical officer warns.

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