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Arizona reports 1,483 new COVID-19 cases and 11 more deaths

The state has reported 20,862 deaths from COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Arizona reports 3,074 additional COVID cases, 51 more deaths

Data show that the seven-day rolling average of daily deaths rose over the past two weeks.

It’s been nearly a year. Why aren’t more Arizonans vaccinated?

This week, The Buzz revisits the rollout of vaccinations in Arizona, boosters and the barriers that stand between the state's residents and getting the shot — or the second and third.

Health official: Arizona poised to give COVID shots to kids

The head of the Dept. of Health Services says children are effective spreaders of COVID-19 and that vaccinating children would move Arizona closer to herd immunity.

Mexico’s president wants WHO to authorize Sputnik and CanSino vaccines

Until the life-saving medicines get that authorization, Mexicans who received them will likely not be able to cross into the United States when restrictions are lifted on Nov. 8.

Arizona reports 1,991 additional COVID cases, 47 more deaths

The state also reported that virus-related hospitalizations rose to 1,751 as of Tuesday, up from a recent low of 1,663 on Oct. 14.

Tucson city council tells employees to get vaccinated by December or face firing

Pima County will required COVID-19 vaccinations for employees who interact with medically vulnerable people.

Arizona increases in cases, deaths high after hiatus in reporting

After releasing no reports Sunday or Monday, the Department of Health Services reported 5,660 additional confirmed cases and 174 more deaths.

Penalties unclear for University of Arizona employees who miss vaccination deadline

University president says he expects very few employees will be denied exemption.

$36M going to select utility companies for temporary assistance

The pilot program includes Tucson Electric Power and Southwest Gas, but the Arizona Department of Economic Security it intends to take it statewide.

U.S. will lift border travel restrictions on Nov. 8 for fully vaccinated visitors

Those traveling for essential reasons — including truck drivers, people crossing to go to school or work or for medical reasons — will have until January to become fully vaccinated.

University of Arizona employees must be vaccinated by Dec. 8, president says

ASU, NAU will also require vaccination, citing new policies for federal contractors.

Arizona reports more than 2,300 new COVID-19 cases, six additional deaths

The state’s COVID-19 hospitalizations have plateaued between 1,700 and 1,800 in recent weeks

Art Alley Gallery

Neighbors come together and transform their alleyway as a mean of coping with grief.

Mexico businesses, residents breathe sigh of relief with impending end of crossing restrictions

Arizona border businesses that depend on Mexican shoppers are breathing a sigh of relief with the impending loosening of restrictions on so-called “nonessential” trips.

Arizona virus hospitalizations remain on plateau below 1,800

Only about 8% of intensive care unit beds were available across the state on Tuesday.

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