Arizonans Receiving Unemployment Benefits May Continue to Receive Benefits, but under Reinstated Requirements

State of Arizona Office of the Governor

Governor Doug Ducey issued an Executive Order to meet surging job demand and support job creators throughout Arizona as employment opportunities grow and the COVID-19 vaccine is available for anyone who wants it. The Order rescinds a March 2020 Executive Order that waived the requirement that an individual receiving employment benefits must be actively looking for work in … [More]

Arizona Reaches 5 Million Mark for COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Administered

Arizona Department of Health Services

Arizona has administered more than 5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine since December, with nearly 3 million individuals having received at least one dose and 2.27 million now fully vaccinated, Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) announced today. “Arizona is in a much different place than it was just months ago thanks to the many people … [More]

APS in Market for More Solar on Path to 100% Clean Energy

Arizona Public Service

Arizona Public Service Co. (APS), which serves one of the fastest growing service territories in the country, will soon serve customers with more solar power after expanding an existing all-source request for proposals (RFP). This addendum expands the project scope of an RFP issued in December 2020 that was broadly designed to serve APS’s growing customer base with clean, … [More]

82% of Parents Have a Greater Appreciation for Teachers since the Start of the Pandemic, Says Poll

University of Phoenix

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically disrupted the education system for all involved: teachers, students and their parents. Learning modalities have mostly shifted online and remote learning has become commonplace. As part of recognizing Teacher Appreciation Week, May 3-7, University of Phoenix commissioned The Harris Poll to conduct a survey of more than 2,000 Americans to … [More]

Their Take: The Surprising Connection Between Hearing Health and COVID-19

by Diane Nens

While COVID-19 most frequently affects the lungs, other parts of the body may also be impacted, such as a loss of taste and smell. For a smaller number of people, instances of hearing loss are emerging, according to the International Journal of Audiology. Of equal or greater concern is that some people with hearing loss may be opting to delay treatment, in part due to … [More]

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