Despite vaccinations increasing and hospitalizations, infections and deaths from COVID-19 declining in the state, Arizonans are still getting sick and dying from COVID-19.
Arizona scientists study dogs and cats infected with COVID-19 / KNAU
A Translational Genomics Research Institute study has found 11 of 38 dogs and cats that are living in households where their owners or other household contacts have recently tested positive for COVID-19 have tested positive themselves.
The Delta variant, likely the most contagious version of the new coronavirus, is in Arizona and experts predict it will increase in prevalence among unvaccinated people here. Read more: Highly infectious Delta variant is spreading in Arizona
The toll of pandemics is often measured in hospitalizations, deaths, and lost jobs, but so much loss and instability exact a mental price, too—a cost beyond exhaustion, depression, and anxiety.
Tempe leans into wastewater analysis as fewer people seek COVID-19 tests / State Press
The city of Tempe is leaning on its wastewater testing program, a collaboration between Arizona State University Biodesign Institute and the city, to determine where COVID-19 is still prevalent.
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