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Here is everything you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak in Arizona on March 30

More than 25 Citizen-Soldiers responded to a request from the Navajo Nation yesterday to establish a medical care facility and to augment healthcare planning needs.

“This pivot into the medical realm demonstrates the depth and breadth of the skill sets that the Arizona National Guard brings to emergency response,” Maj. Gen. Michael T. McGuire said in a statement. 

“We will adapt as needed to defeat this pandemic and Phoenix News we will be always ready, always there for the citizens of this great state.” 

A team of eight medical professionals travelling by UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter arrived in Tuba City on Sunday to assess the medical situation and provide consultation on how remaining medical professionals can make the most of their medical resources.

Small businesses, families in Arizona to be protected from eviction, foreclosure
Gov. Doug Ducey announced a cooperative agreement with the state’s banks to protect small businesses and families from eviction and foreclosure.

Under the agreement, banks are suspending evictions and foreclosures Press Release Distribution Services In Phoenix for at least 60 days, with the potential to extend that period for the duration of the state’s emergency declaration. 

The University of Arizona to let medical students graduate early
University of Arizona medical students can ask to graduate early if they want to start working.

The University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix said it is offering eligible fourth-year students the chance to graduate before mid-May. 

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