Page Hospital, Tuba City Health restricting visitors as Arizona COVID-19 cases jumps to 63

Page Hospital today announced visitor restrictions that will no longer allow visitors due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation also announced visitor restrictions to protect patients, families, visitors, and the hospital health care team.

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Flagstaff shuts down bars, dine-in services, businesses

All restaurants, food courts, cafes, coffeehouses, retail food facilities, and other similar businesses and establishments are prohibited from serving food and beverages for consumption on premises. Members of the public are prohibited from entering and remaining to dine or consume beverages. Businesses that typically offer food and beverages for on-premises consumption are instead encouraged to offer food and beverage using delivery, window, drive-thru or drive-up service. If a business chooses to offer this type of “to-go” service, members of the public may remain on its premises for the purpose of picking up their food or beverage orders.

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Contour Airlines at PGA still flying a full schedule

While nations across the globe have imposed travel restrictions to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, forcing airlines to cancel most flights and temporarily reducing staff, Contour Airlines at the Page Municipal Airport is still flying a full schedule, said Page City Manager Darren Coldwell.

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PUSD schools close through March 27

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent Kathy Hoffman announced Sunday the closure of state schools statewide, which includes Page Unified School District schools. The closures apply to K-12 schools, including charter and private schools, starting today (March 16) through Friday, March 27.

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BirdHouse offers takeout to stem coronavirus

BirdHouse on North Navajo Drive has shuttered for dine-in business, but the restaurant is allowing for takeout and offering a 25 percent discount to those who have lost work due to novel coronavirus concerns.

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A ray of hope amid coronavirus fears

Ken’s Tours’ Catching Dreams café, coffee shop, and gift shop are still open even after the Navajo Nation on Thursday closed all of its tribal parks and recreation areas, which impacted Ken’s Tours, Dixie Ellis’ Lower Antelope Canyon Tours, Carolene Ekis’ Antelope Canyon Tours, Tádídíín Tours’ Antelope Canyon X, and Adventurous Antelope Canyon Tours.

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Page Mayor Levi Tappan urges community to stay calm as anxiety builds around coronavirus

Page Mayor Levi Tappan is urging the community to remain calm in the face of fear about the spread of novel coronavirus in the U.S.

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Antelope Point Marina remains open amid coronavirus-related cancellations, precautions

While the novel coronavirus is taking a deep toll on the U.S. economy, prompting layoffs and halting events across the nearby Navajo Nation, which closed its tribal parks on Thursday, there is one business that is inviting visitors to Lake Powell to quarantine in style on a houseboat or on any other watercraft.

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