Arizona State University students and staff are being urged to avoid travel to countries with a high number of coronavirus cases over spring break.

The director of Flagstaff biotech firm TGen North says the nonprofit could soon be allowed to run tests for COVID-19.

An Arizona man who came in direct contact with a coronavirus patient is now the state's second case. 

At a news briefing Monday, Arizona health officials and Governor Doug Ducey outlined preparedness efforts against the coronavirus outbreak as more U.S. cases are confirmed. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports.