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AZ governor's office assures residents its COVID infection rate lower than Brazil or Peru

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AZ governor's office assures residents its COVID infection rate lower than Brazil or Peru

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It's odd that the U.S. response to COVID has been disjointed among national, state, and municipal efforts. Peru had a strong, concerted national effort, but there are so many factors that are contributing to the spiraling infection rate including a day-to-day economy, and the lack of economic support for families. But for officials in Arizona to point the finger and say- hey we're doing better than...seems shameful. Our infection rates could be under control if we followed a systematic public health program. Instead, most businesses are so desperate to reopen like bars and restaurants that they don't really protect customers or staff. The rate of infection among young people started to creep up after Arizona reopened in May, and last week Tempe had to close its bars again to get the situation under control.

Date (Dublin Core)

July 8, 2020

Creator (Dublin Core)

Ryan Randazzo
@utilityreporter

Contributor (Dublin Core)

Katy Kole de Peralta

Tipo (Dublin Core)

Tweet

Publisher (Dublin Core)

Twitter

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English Economy
English Politics
English Government State
English Government Federal
English Health & Wellness
English Public Health & Hospitals
English News coverage
English Healthcare

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governor
Arizona
reopening
Tempe
Brazil
Peru
United States
infection rate

Collection (Dublin Core)

Peru

Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

07/09/2020

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

07/24/2020
03/21/2021

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This item was submitted on 9 de julio de 2020 by Katy Kole de Peralta using the form “Sharing” on the site “Las Americas”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/americas

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