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Nearly 70 Navajo Nation communities report uncontrolled spread of COVID-19

Navajo Nation health officials on Monday reported 69 communities with uncontrolled spread of COVID-19. Ganado, Chinle, Tuba City and Kayenta were among the areas that’ve seen a continued surge of infections. Tribal leaders urge residents who may feel sick to isolate and take a COVID test. Masks are still...
GANADO, AZ
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Arizona's weekly COVID-19 trends show slight improvements

COVID-19 is still widespread in Arizona, but the state's outbreak is showing signs of slowing down. The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 13,501 cases in its weekly update Wednesday — the lowest case count in nine weeks. Medical experts say cases are almost certainly being vastly undercounted recently...
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Is it safe to go to restaurants, bars and concerts now? How to assess your COVID-19 risk

At this point in the pandemic, with the omicron variant and its subvariants dominating the number of COVID-19 cases, you may be wondering how you can safely go to restaurants, bars, concerts and other places where you'll be in close proximity to lots of people. Besides being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the best way to prevent infection has  not changed much since 2020. ...
PHOENIX, AZ
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COVID-19 transmission is still high in Arizona

COVID-19 remains widespread in Arizona. The Department of Health Services this week is reporting 74 deaths from the virus and more than 15,000 new infections. About 30% of recent COVID-19 tests reported to the state have been positive — a near-record high. Just under 5% of Arizona’s hospital beds...
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States With The New COVID-19 BA.2.75 Variant

The U.S., plagued by the COVID-19 Omicron BA.5, may face another hurdle in the way of cutting the spread of the disease. It is known as the BA.2.75 subvariant. Its presence and growth has been most pronounced in India. However, variants and subvarieties often spread from nation to nation quickly based on experience. It has […]
NEBRASKA STATE
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COVID’s effect on students’ learning

YUMA, Ariz. (KECY, KYMA) - Arizona has experienced unprecedented declines in academic performance as the COVID-19 pandemic continues into its third year. Superintendents from across the state say student growth, academic performance and enrollment have declined among all grade levels since the start of the COVID pandemic while students moving or withdrawing from school has increased.
YUMA, AZ
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