COVID-19 Daily Update - May 11, 2020

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May 11, 2020



 May 11, 2020


Throughout the COVID-19 public health crisis, the team at Goodman Schwartz Public Affairs has been communicating, in real time, with our clients on all major announcements and circumstances impacting their specific sectors.  We will, of course, continue to rapidly provide such industry specific information, as such circumstances warrant.

As an additional resource for our clients and interested parties, this Arizona COVID-19 Daily Update is intended to provide a broader perspective on the COVID-19 response in Arizona.

By the Numbers  UPDATED DAILY

Number of Cases: 11,380 - as compared to 11,119 (5/10)

Number of Deaths: 542 - as compared to 536 (5/10)

Number of Tests: 150,241 - as compared to 137,739 (5/10)

Arizona Department of Health Services - Coronavirus Home

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases by Zip Code

Governor and Government Agency News Releases 


Political Potpourri  UPDATED DAILY
GOP Governors Reopening States Declare COVID-19 Victory - The Atlantic
Doctors Keep Discovering New Ways the Coronavirus Attacks the Body - The Washington Post
In Coronavirus War Of Words With The U.S., China Pulls No Punches - National Public Radio
Why Are Hospitals Seeing Fewer Heart Attacks During COVID-19? - US News & World Report
A Tale of Two Bristols: How Two states' Reopening Plans Have One Town Caught in the Middle - CNN
Surviving Covid-19 May Not Feel Like Recovery for Some - New York Times
The Coronavirus Pandemic Emptied America’s Roadways. Now Speeders Have Taken Over - The Washington Post

Arizona News Stories  UPDATED DAILY

Economists Predict Arizona Will See Recovery by Early 2021 - Arizona Daily Sun

Parishioners Don Masks to Receive First Holy Communion in 6 Weeks at Phoenix Church - The Arizona Republic

The Navajo Nation has officially lost 100 people to COVID-19 - The Arizona Republic 

Pascua Yaqui, Tohono O'odham Respond to Community Needs During Coronavirus Pandemic - Arizona Daily Star

National News Stories  UPDATED DAILY

Over 80% of U.S. Small Businesses Expect Longer Impact of Pandemic: Survey - Reuters

Coronavirus Cases Climb as Officials Debate Reopening the Economy - US News & World Report

As U.S. Meat Workers Fall Sick and Supplies Dwindle, Exports to China Soar - Reuters
Top Trump Economic Advisers say Unemployment Rate Could Surpass 20 Percent, Job Market Could Worsen - The Washington Post
Six Flaws in the Arguments for Reopening - The Washington Post

Fauci Enters Quarantine as U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 80,000 - US News & World Report

White House Scrambles to Stem Its Own Outbreak - New York Times

China Threatens Retaliation Over New U.S. Visa Restrictions for Chinese Reporters - Newsweek


The COVID Tracking Project  

COVID-19 - Receiving IRS Economic Impact Payments - Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation  NEW

COVID-19 State Action Center - National Academy for State Health Policy 

COVID-19 Screening Tool - Apple and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

COVID-19 Stimulus Bill:  What It Means For States - National Conference of State Legislatures  

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act:  Summary of Key Health Provisions - Kaiser Family Foundation  

Roadmap to Pandemic Resilience:  Massive Scale Testing, Tracing, and Supported Isolation (TTSI) as the Path to Pandemic Resilience for a Free Society - Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University

Gubernatorial Executive Orders Issued to Date

Reporting By Nursing Care Institutions, Residential Care Institutions, ICF-IIDs And DD Medical Group Homes To Residents And Families Regarding COVID-19 – May 4, 2020  

Building On COVID-19 Success - Resuming Additional  Business Operations for Barbers, Cosmetologists and Dine-in Restaurants – May 4, 2020  

Return Stronger — Amending the Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected Order – April 29, 2020  

Requesting Exemption From Executive Order 2020-10 Elective Surgeries – April 22, 2020 

Expanding Food Options for Commercial Vehicle Drivers - April 15, 2020

Enhanced Surveillance Advisory - April 14, 2020

Increased Telemedicine Access for Workers’ Compensation - April 14, 2020

On the Job Training for Assisted Living Facility Caregivers - April 14, 2020

The “Good Samaritan Order” Protecting Frontline Healthcare Workers Responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak - April 9, 2020

Remote Online Notarization - April 8, 2020

Flexible Food Item &. Sale of Goods at Restaurants - April 8, 2020

Requirements for Individuals Traveling to Arizona - April 8, 2020

Enhanced Surveillance Advisory - April 8, 2020

Protection of Vulnerable Residents at Nursing Care Institutions, Residential Care Institutions, ICF-IIDs and DD Medical Group Homes from COVID-19 - April 8, 2020

Prohibiting Small Business Evictions - April 7, 2020

Expanding Access to Pharmacies - April 2, 2020

Telemedicine for Pets and Animals - April 1, 2020

Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected - March 30, 2020

Continuity of Work - March 26, 2020

Increasing Hospital Capacity for COVID-19 Preparedness - March 26, 2020

Expansion of Telemedicine - March 25, 2020

Postponement of Eviction Actions - March 24, 2020

Enhanced Surveillance Advisory - March 23, 2020

Prohibiting the Closure of Essential Services - March 23, 2020

Ensuring Individuals Whose Employment is Affected by COVID-19 Have Access to Unemployment Insurance - March 20, 2020

Delaying Elective Surgeries to Conserve Personal Protective Equipment Necessary to Test and Treat Patients with COVID-19 - March 19, 2020

Limiting the Operations of Certain Businesses to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 - March 19, 2020

Limiting In-Person Motor Vehicle Division Visits for License Driver Renewals - March 19, 2020

Protective Measures to Protect Against COVID-19 - March 19, 2020

County Government Resources 

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