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KXCI Keeps You Connected

April 1, 2020
A stylized globe against a starry background. There are a web of connections

All of us at KXCI recognize that COVID-19 concerns are challenging. With your support, KXCI will strive to provide information, healing music, and a sense of connection in an uncertain time.

On Monday, March 30th, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey issued a “Stay Home” order effective 5pm on Tuesday, March 31st. Find details at this link.

All Arizona K-12 schools closed until the end of the school year, per Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Superintendent Kathy Hoffman. Here are links to resources for educators and families. They are available in English and Spanish.

Below are links where you can find updated information on COVID-19. We’ll continue to update this page. When you listen online, over the air, or to a podcast, you are part of the greater good of community media.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: COVID-19

World Health Organization: COVID-19

Pima County: COVID-19

Arizona Department of Health Services: COVID-19

We get it, often the news and events of the day can leave us feeling overwhelmed, sometimes even a bit hopeless. On KXCI, you find perspective and context to the news of the day, so you feel connected to community and empowered to make our community and world a better place.

Tucson Musicians COVID19 Relief

Organizers are setting up a fund to temporarily help those who could use some money for food, medicine, bills, childcare, and other essentials. Organizers have developed a detailed questionnaire and application process so that they can prioritize those who are in greatest need.  We have such a wonderful and vibrant music scene in Tucson, so please consider helping out! Every bit counts.

Local First Arizona Local Business Resources


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