Governor Doug Ducey

Arizona Department of Health Services

There are more new cases of COVID-19 in Arizona. The state department of health services says as of Thursday there were 1,598 known cases of the new Coronavirus and 32 deaths caused by the disease. Governor Doug Ducey and a few state officials addressed the pandemic during a virtual Town Hall event in the Phoenix area Thursday night that was broadcast on KNAU.

Governor Doug Ducey has made a request to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue to assist Arizona’s dairy farmers by finding solutions to restart the international export of Arizona dairy products to Mexico.

Arizona Department of Health Services

The Arizona Department of Health Services says as of Wednesday there are now more than 1, 413 known cases of Coronavirus statewide and 29 fatalities. There were 124 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Arizona yesterday.

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The mayor of Flagstaff says her decision to close nail salons and beauty parlors is not prohibited by the governor's order blocking cities from expanding his list of businesses that can't be shuttered to stop the spread of the new coronavirus.

Arizona Department of Emergency Management

A woman who has been a key figure leading Arizona’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has resigned. Wendy Smith-Reeve had been director of the Arizona Division of Emergency Management until her resignation was accepted by Governor Doug Ducey on Saturday.