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Pima County lifts COVID emergency

Most effects of the 2020 declaration were already cancelled by Gov. Ducey

Pima County making progress on COVID-19 vaccines

President Biden set a goal of a 70% vaccination rate by July 4.

AZ Heroes study adds to COVID vaccination report

The data details vaccine effectiveness among first responders and other essential workers.

Delta variant has yet to establish in Pima County, health department speculates why

If cases increase and it needs to respond quickly, the department says it's 'comfortable' with its contact tracing force.

Raising awareness of aphasia, one stone at a time.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The plans to create a Tucson Gastronomy Collective to celebrate the unique flavors of Tucson; and a 5th grader and her family embark on a road trip from Sheboygan to Tucson.

Supreme Court has decided Alaska Native Corporations qualify for CARES Act funding

If the court had sided with federally-recognized tribes, some tribal nations, possibly in Arizona, may have received more funds.

COVID-19 Delta variant identified in the Navajo Nation

The first confirmed appreance of the variant comes as the nation nears 31,000 cases.

Delta variant of COVID-19 in Pima County

Dozens of cases of the highly transmissible virus have been identified in Arizona.

When can a business or institution mandate COVID vaccines?

Gov. Ducey signed an executive order blocking public universities and community colleges from mandating the vaccine.

Ducey blocks ASU policy requiring masks for unvaccinated students

Executive order would apply to all of the state's public universities and community colleges

Patio extensions pop up at Tucson restaurants

A popular program is providing an economic boost during the Pandemic

Arizona passes 6 million in administered vaccine doses

ore than 3.3 million people statewide have received at least the first dose with around 2.9 million fully vaccinated

San Carlos Apache Tribe nearly halts spread of coronavirus

Average number of positive COVID-19 cases is down to less than 1% a week

Local tribes update current COVID-19 health policies

The Tohono O'odham Nation reaffirmed its masking requirements, while the Pascua Yaqui Tribe approved a resolution to lift its stay-at-home order.

Slow summer of adjustment expected for COVID-aware citizens

The Memorial Day weekend is the first test for many who are ditching their masks.

Campaign to discuss COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy launching in Tucson

A group of community organizers will soon be reaching out to Tucsonans to answer questions or help register people for the vaccine.

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