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All CCC buildings will be closed to public access through April 30

In response to the governor’s order, instruction will continue at Coconino Community College, but starting March 31, 2020, at 5 p.m., all buildings will be closed to public access through April 30. No students, except special circumstances, will be able to access any of our sites throughout the county.

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NGS donates medical supplies to Page Hospital, Canyonlands Healthcare

Two Salt River Project employees’ quick thinking inspired Navajo Generating Station to donate two recovered pallets of medical respirators, gloves, eye protection and other medical items to Page Hospital and to Canyonlands Healthcare.

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Where the buck stops

Yes, the current novel coronavirus is dangerous, will take lives and leave some with permanent lung damage. We just don’t know the extent. We don’t know who’s next or how long we’ll have to hole-up in our homes, afraid of everyone and every situation that involves being around people.

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Is the horse out of the barn for COVID-19?

Coconino County COVID-19 response team said they are running out of test kits and pleading for help from state and federal agencies.

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PUSD initiates breakfast and lunch program during school closure

The Page Unified School District last Monday began a program preparing and distributing free breakfasts and lunches to all of its students in need during the state-mandated school closure due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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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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