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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  Community Levels are determined based on three pieces of data: new COVID-19 hospitalizations, hospital capacity, and new COVID-19 cases. Categories for COVID-19 Community Levels include: Low (Green), Medium (Yellow), and High (Orange). Click here to monitor COVID-19 metrics.

Safety steps you can take to reduce your risk of infection of COVID-19 and reduce the possibility of spreading it to others. 
Following these precautions can protect you and others from illness:

  • Wash your hands frequently.
  • Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines and get tested if you have symptoms.
  • Stay home if sick except to seek medical attention.
  • Mask to your comfort and risk level. If you have symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19, wear a mask.
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Covid additional free tests

A third round of free at-home COVID-19 Tests is now open for a third round of ordering. U.S. households are now able to order an additional eight free at-home tests at—bringing the total number of free tests available to each household since the start of the program to 16.

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Answers to the Top Ten COVID-19 Questions for Businesses

This Sway provides COVID-19 specific information for all essential businesses related to prevention and symptoms of COVID-19, what to do if an employee has symptoms, how to determine who may have been exposed at the workplace, notification of employees who have been exposed and what they should do, determining which employees are at risk for severe illness and what they should do, and who you can contact if you need assistance.

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What to Expect When You Test Positive for COVID-19.

This Sway provides information on COVID-19 testing and guidance on what to expect if you test positive or believe you were exposed to someone who has COVID-19.

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Use and Disposal of N95 Masks

According to the CDC, health care workers can wear an N95 mask up to five times; however, how long the average person can safely wear an N95 mask will vary depending on how it's used. N95 masks are disposable and should be discarded when they are dirty, damaged, or difficult to breathe through. Please visit here for more information.


COVID-19 Resources

Monoclonal Antibodies (mAbs) and Antivirals

Monoclonal Antibodies fight COVID-19 and the virus that causes it (SARS-CoV-2) and are directly given to qualifying high-risk patients via IV or a series of injections. Evidence suggests that mAb treatment can reduce the amount of viral load in a person's body. Click here for more information.

Governor's Executive Order Updates

Click here to view All Executive Orders, Office of the Governor Doug Ducey