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Local businesses in Southern Arizona are pitching in and switching production to help the healthcare industry as well as the public amid shortages of food, medical supplies and lodging during the coronavirus pandemic. 

In response to a rapidly increasing number of COVID-19 infections and a lack of critical medical supplies at hospitals, a multidisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Arizona is designing and 3D printing medical masks for use at Banner Medical Center and beyond.

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In response to a rapidly increasing number of COVID-19 infections and a lack of critical medical supplies at hospitals, a multidisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Arizona is designing and 3D printing medical masks for use at Banner Medical Center and beyond.

Long before mass restaurant closures and event cancellations, the World Health Organization described an ongoing "infodemic" about COVID-19, citing a massive amount of both true and false information online that "makes it hard for people to find trustworthy sources and reliable guidance when…

At a Marana Town Council special meeting Feb. 25, town staff requested the council approve $300,000 in spending authority for renovations to the upcoming Marana Visitor Center and new Marana Chamber of Commerce headquarters.