COVID-19 cases are increasing nearly everywhere in Pima County, not just in certain "hotspots." The widespread nature of this ongoing surge creates a difficult environment for public health officials to fight the virus.
Public safety personnel, health-care workers, people traveling for their jobs or taking part in a list of essential activities would be exempt from 8 p.m.-5 a.m. nightly curfew, mayor says. Homeless would also be exempt.
A court ruled Monday that challengers to Joe Biden's victory in Arizona can get documents they contend will cast doubt on the tally, even as top officials from both political parties certified the state's election results as accurate the same day.
As of Friday, the Pima County Health Department has recorded over 9,800 coronavirus cases in November, nearly quadrupling the number of cases in October and surpassing the county’s previous peak in the summer.