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From Governor Ducey's Office

Yesterday, Governor Doug Ducey announced a partnership between the state of Arizona and the University of Arizona to provide antibody tests for 250,000 health care professionals and first responders who are on the frontlines in the battle against COVID-19. Full release BELOW. View yesterday's press conference with state leaders including University of Arizona President Robbins HERE.

In addition, Governor Doug Ducey asked leaders from Arizona’s lodging and business communities to provide their feedback on a plan for economic recovery.

See a PDF of the letter to business leaders HERE.

See a PDF of the letter to tourism and lodging leaders HERE.

Additionally, Governor Ducey today issued three Executive Orders to:


  • Help meet the critical demand for nursing home and long-term care facility staff;

  • Further expand telemedicine options for Arizonanson worker’s compensation plans;

  • And continue to increase the data received by health care providers and share limited data with law enforcement personnel and first responders.


More details HERE.

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