Governor asks Arizonans to be diligent in efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19

(Thanks to AP) With Arizona reporting a daily average of 1,900-new COVID-19 cases in the past week, Governor Doug Ducey has urged residents to be careful. In a video posted Tuesday, the Governor urged people to wear face coverings, wash hands, practice social distancing and stay home when sick. He says gatherings of families and friends from outside immediate households “are no safer than going to the grocery store.” Ducey has not implemented a statewide masking requirement and he announced no new prevention initiatives. He cited past efforts including increasing testing and additional funding for hospitals.


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