Governor asks Arizonans to do a better job of slowing the spread of COVID-19

Governor Doug Ducey Thursday held a press conference to talk about the outbreak of COVID-19 cases seen in the state over the past couple of weeks. Ducey says they expect cases to continue to climb over the next 2-weeks and the hospitals in the state may reach surge capacity. The Governor urges Arizonans to take responsible actions to help contain the spread of the virus, limit time away from home, practice physical distancing, wear a mask and follow health department guidance. Arizona has been averaging between 1,500 and 3,000-new confirmed cases of COVID-19 each day. You can watch the press conference through the link below.


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