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Forest Service updates users on recreational usage in TontoNationalForest

PHOENIX, April 3, 2020 —   In response to the rapidly changing circumstances related to the COVID19 pandemic, many day-use sites, restrooms and other developed recreation facilities on the Tonto National Forest are currently closed, however, the vast majority of the general Forest area will remain available to visitors who …

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Confusion surrounding Governor’s Stay-at-home order, prompts clarification from city.

(Globe AZ, March 31, 2020) On March 30, 2020, Governor Ducey issued executive Order 2020-18 ordering people to “limit their time away from their residency” in order to slow the spread of COVID-19. The Governor’s goal is to promote social distancing, limit social gatherings, and reduce non-essential travel. This Executive …

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Stay at Home order issued by Gov. Ducey for all but essential activities

 The order states that Arizona residents must limit their time away from home except when involved in “essential activities,” work or volunteering in “essential functions,” using any services or products provided by essential businesses, and employment if they are a sole proprietor or family-owned business who works in an office …

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Mayor Besich and 8 other Mayors ask Governor Ducey to issue Stay-At-Home order

March 30, 2020 Dear Governor Ducey: In acknowledgement of recent empirical findings that support social distancing as an effective mechanism by which to slow the spread of COVID-19, we as mayors representing millions of vulnerable Arizonans fervently urge Governor Ducey to issue a Stay-At-Home order for the state. We understand …

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City of Globe announces mores closures. City offices remain open.

Globe- Update from City of Globe The City of Globe is actively following developments surrounding the coronavirus outbreak in order to minimize the impact to our community and residents. The city is following recommended precautions issued by the public health agencies including staying informed of public health information, disseminating verified …

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Hospital announces end of all non-essential or elective surgeries

Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center announced today the end of all non essential or elective surgeries, following the executive order signed by Gov. Doug Ducey  stating that the order goes into effect immediately beginning  March 21 at 8 a.m. CVRMC will be contacting all those who are scheduled for elective …

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Taking action! Guidelines from CVRMC for Covid-19

CVRMC has provided these guidelines for those experiencing severe symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath: ************************** 1  Call your primary care physician first before going into their office. Contact information included with the link above.  2 They will instruct you on the protocol they have set up for …

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