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Get the latest updates on the state of Arizona’s Safer at Home order and the reopening of businesses.

Stay connected with KXCI on the latest updates on COVID-19. Below are links where you can find updated information from the Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, Pima County, and Arizona Department of Health. 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

Arizona Department of Education provides guidance for Arizona’s public district and charter schools as they navigate COVID-19 response. The situation around COVID-19 is rapidly changing, so please continue to check the link below for updates and guidance. 

Arizona Department of Education COVID-19: Guidance and Suggestions

On June 29, 2020, Governor Ducey issued an Executive Order delaying the start of in-person instruction in school facilities until August 17, 2020. Schools can offer distance learning during this time, based on their regular academic calendars. For more information, please review our Executive Orders 2020-41 and 2020-44 FAQ.

Pima County has launched Pima Works for job seekers, newly unemployed or dislocated workers. You can find details about the Pima County One-Stop Job Center by calling 520-724-5735.


The quickly changing societal adjustments in response to COVID-19 is a stressful time for all of us. Fear and anxiety about this new virus can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. The University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry has compiled a list of resources that may be helpful for adjusting to these major challenges.

Mental Health & Coping During COVID-19

Local First Arizona promotes, supports, and celebrates a vibrant and sustainable Arizona economy by educating citizens about local business ownership, social equity, cultural diversity, environmental kinship, and collaboration.   Local First Arizona Local Business Resources 

With the COVID-19 outbreak, there has been an unprecedented loss of work for Tucson’s local musicians. Organizers have distributed over $35,000 to more than 90 working Tucson musicians who have lost work due to COVID-19. Thank you for your continued support!

Tucson Musicians COVID19 Relief

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Stem K-12 Online Learning Resources and activities


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