Arizona has little hope of getting the 5,000 ventilators it originally requested from the dwindling national stockpile so it has revised its request down to fewer than the 500 it expects to need soon to treat coronavirus patients.
After mounting criticism, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday ordered hair and nail salons, barbers and other businesses that provide personal services to close to slow the spread of the new coronavirus.
After mounting criticism, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s chief of staff has promised to update guidance on what Ducey’s social distancing order means to businesses such as nail and hair salons that must have close contact with customers.