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UPDATES: Tucson-area coronavirus developments, Nov. 25: What we know
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UPDATES: Tucson-area coronavirus developments, Nov. 25: 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.

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

Wednesday, Nov. 25

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: Nov. 24

TUSD, other Pima County public school districts cancel high school football seasons

El Indio, Tucson Mexican restaurant known for its soups, closes for good

Amphi Foundation delivers extra-large thank-you's to school employees

Saturday, Sept. 12

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county

• University of Arizona weighs new restrictions to combat surge in coronavirus cases

Parents may be asked to sign virus waiver if children return to classrooms

• Suicide prevention even more important during pandemic, Arizona officials say

• Tucson strip club is shut down by state for coronavirus-related violations

• Signs of our times: Tucsonans show their support in words

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Tuesday, August 4

Tucson's Border Patrol agents are catching more backpackers hauling meth through the desert. The shift comes amid a years-long decline in marijuana smuggling along Arizona's border with Mexico, as well as recent travel restrictions related to the coronavirus that cut down on the legitimate traffic that allows smugglers to sneak contraband through ports of entry.

• AZ health director: Not all guidance on coronavirus from White House task force followed in state.

Arizona Wildcats wide receiver Jaden Mitchell announced on Twitter on Monday morning that he was one of three UA football players who tested positive for COVID-19.

• From the weekend: At least 1,300 businesses and nonprofits in Pima County received upward of $450 million through the Paycheck Protection Program. Use the Star's database to search all PPP loans issued to Arizona businesses.  Meanwhile, Educators in Tucson decried  Arizona's 'lack of leadership' over school openings during the pandemic  and a public health professor at the University of Arizona says "things are getting better"  about the latest COVID-19 data here.

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