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UPDATES: Tucson-area coronavirus developments, March 7: What we know
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UPDATES: Tucson-area coronavirus developments, March 7: What we know

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A nurse holds swabs and test tube to test people for COVID-19 at a drive through station set up in the parking lot of the Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Mich.

As the spread of coronavirus continues, here are the latest updates from Southern Arizona.

Sunday, March 7

Tucson housing crisis compounded by high rents, months without relief

Charter schools grow while local school districts see enrollment slide

Tucson husband and wife, married 51 years, die just days apart from COVID-19

Fundraiser helps send local treats to health-care workers

Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra to perform in-person concert

Haunting play “The Weir” gets COVID-19 treatment

Ajo group bands together to fight food insecurity during COVID-19

Arizona schools chief: Keep schools closed to in-person instruction for two weeks

Sunday, Jan. 3

Wildlife rehabbers experience outbreak at end of busiest year

Pima County working on plan to vaccinate older residents with shots yet to come

Social worker hired by Pima office to help get services for renters facing evictions

Virtual connections holding Rancho Sahuarita together

Sunday, Nov. 1

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: Oct. 31

Week-to-week COVID cases jump 66% in Pima County

Talk of “herd immunity” alarms UA coronavirus researchers

Capacity limitations threaten small Tucson fitness studios

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