Coconino County

AP, file

Arizona health officials say state-run COVID-19 vaccination sites have now administered more than a million doses.

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Monday, April 5

Apr 5, 2021

Senate Bill Would Bar Driver License Suspensions For Unpaid Traffic Violations

The Arizona Legislature has approved a measure that would restrict the state from suspending an individual’s driver license due to unpaid civil traffic violations. The protection applies to drivers with a non-commercial license. S.B. 1551 was proposed by Sen. Paul Boyer and received bipartisan support. The legislation will now head to Gov. Doug Ducey’s desk to be signed into law.

AP, file

Almost 40% of Coconino County residents have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Friday, March 19

Mar 19, 2021

Arizona Reports 7 Consecutive Days With Fewer Than 1,000 COVID-19 Cases

Arizona's Department of Health Services reported 423 new COVID-19 cases Friday morning and 46 recent deaths. It’s the seventh consecutive day ADHS has reported fewer than 1,000 daily cases. Hospitalization rates decreased between Wednesday and Thursday; ventilator usage has also declined statewide. 

A Third Of Coconino County Vaccinated, New Site Slated For Yuma

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Thursday, March 18

Mar 18, 2021

It's Thursday, March 18. 


COVID-19 Vaccinations Rise; Ducey Anticipates Eligibility For All Adults

Vaccinations against COVID-19 continue across the state as Governor Doug Ducey’s office anticipates eligibility for all adults starting May 1. An estimated 23.1% percent of the state’s population has been partially or fully vaccinated, according to the Department of Health Services.