Vice President Mike Pence went after presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in Arizona Tuesday, telling the crowd they “won’t be safe in Joe Biden’s America.” Watch Pence’s remarks in the player above. Pence’s comments came during a “Cops for…
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By Stephanie Sy, Richard Coolidge, Lena I. Jackson, Casey Kuhn
Coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths are rising across the U.S., but Arizona’s downward spiral stands apart. Health experts there warn that if the state’s residents and leaders don't change policies and behavior, a bad situation will escalate into something even…
By Associated Press
PHOENIX — Arizona is reporting all-time highs in coronavirus patients using ventilators and occupying beds in intensive-care units. The state Department of Health Services said 671 COVID-19 patients were on ventilators and 936 were in intensive care as of Sunday.
By Anita Snow, Associated Press
As coronavirus infections explode in states like Arizona and Florida, people in communities of color are fighting to get tested. They say the tests, especially free ones, are hard to find in lower-income areas.
By Associated Press
Vice President Mike Pence, who visited Phoenix on Wednesday, promised the federal government would send 500 health workers to help.
By Jake Coyle, Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press
Arizona recorded more coronavirus deaths, infections and emergency-room admissions in a single day than ever before in a rapidly deepening crisis Wednesday across the Sunbelt that sent a shudder through other parts of the country…
In the U.S., some states that reopened their economies early are now reversing course as the virus surges back, sickening thousands and filling hospitals to capacity. Arizona's governor has ordered gyms, bars and other businesses to close again after reopening…
By Tamara Lush, Emily Schmall, Associated Press
In an effort to stop a massive surge in new coronavirus cases, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey ordered bars, nightclubs, gyms, movie theaters and water parks around the state to be closed for at least 30 days.
By Bob Christie, Josh Hoffner, Associated Press
After three months of anxiously waiting and preparing, Arizona nurses and doctors are on the front lines as the coronavirus rips through the state, making it one of the world’s hot spots.
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