Despite accelerated federal assistance, school closures, cancelations of public gatherings and businesses limiting services that require human contact, cases of COVID-19 in the United States continue to rise. The latest numbers in Friday’s report from the Arizona Department of Health Services showed there are now 63 reported cases in Arizona, up from 46 on Thursday.
On Tuesday, Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego declared a state of emergency for the city, resulting in the closures of bars and in-restaurant dining. Restaurants moved to takeout, and fast food places are drive-thru only. Similar declarations have been made in San Francisco and other major U.S. cities.
To help everyone navigate these uncharted waters, AZBio has helped create the new Coronavirus Hub that connects those companies that have relevant supplies, capacities, and resources to share, with those companies, researchers, or healthcare providers that need them. The new hub will enable users to post requests for urgently needed items, as well as to post the availability of supplies and capacity.
And to help keep you informed on the latest information on the crisis, here are links to all the stories azbigmedia.com has published in relation to the COVID-19 crisis. This should give you all the information that you need to know about the fast-spreading respiratory virus and how it impacts your life.