Clarkdale School Delays, School Closings & Parking Bans

School Delays, Closings and Weather Cancellations for Clarkdale AZ

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Check frequently for updated information on school delays, early dismissals, school closings, and school cancellations in Clarkdale Arizona due to winter and inclement weather, as well as other emergencies related to Clarkdale & the surrounding Yavapai County AZ area. Find out quickly below if snow, cold or other weather emergencies is causing winter snow delays or closings at your school in Clarkdale.

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Coronavirus News for Clarkdale

Live updates: Coronavirus hospitalizations soar in Arizona and rest of Sun Belt

Hospitals across the Sun Belt continue to be inundated with coronavirus patients, with Arizona reaching 89 percent capacity for ICU beds on Monday as Alabama, California, Georgia, North Carolina, ... More info »

Washington Post - 07/07/2020 05:34am

Arizona reports 3,653 more COVID-19 cases and 117 more deaths as hospitalizations continue to rise

Arizona reported another 3,653 COVID-19 cases and 117 more known deaths on Tuesday as the state continues to see record high numbers for COVID-19 hospitalizations. Identified cases rose to 105,094 and ... More info »

The Arizona Republic - 07/07/2020 04:43am

Arizona coronavirus cases top 105,000; 10,184 in Tucson area

This undated electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Also known as 2019-nCoV, the virus causes COVID ... More info »

Arizona Daily Star - 07/07/2020 03:45am

Coronavirus hospitalizations soar in Arizona; WHO to address findings about airborne spread

Hospitals across the Sun Belt continue to be inundated with coronavirus patients, with Arizona on Tuesday reporting a new high of more than 3,300. The state also reported that nearly 870 patients were ... More info »

SFGate - 07/07/2020 06:21am

Arizona legislator says she tested positive for the coronavirus

Goodyear, is the second state legislator and among more than 100,000 Arizonans known to have contracted COVID-19. More info »

The Arizona Republic - 07/06/2020 03:12pm

Arizona reports record daily coronavirus deaths and hospitalizations

The number of daily deaths in coronavirus hotspots across the Sunbelt has not reached the levels that New York saw at the peak of its outbreak, likely because many of the new cases are young people ... More info »

Axios - 07/07/2020 04:28am

News Update: 117 new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported in Arizona, new body came from Saturday shooting

There are 3,653 new COVID-19 in Arizona and a new record of deaths which are 117. There are now 1,927 deaths and 105,094 cases statewide. A new body cam video ... More info »

AZFamily - 07/07/2020 05:27am

Virus fears, regional spats snarl Arizona-Mexico route

Fears about possible coronavirus infections from hard-hit Arizona mixed together with local politics south of the U.S.-Mexico border saw American vacationers turned back on the road to the popular ... More info »

YAHOO! - 07/07/2020 07:58am

Navajo Nation Reports 74 More COVID-19 Cases, No New Deaths

Tribal Department of Health officials said 7,914 people on the vast reservation that spans parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah have tested positive with 378 known deaths as of Monday night. Health ... More info »

U.S. News & World Report - 07/07/2020 07:31am

Arizona Mayor Is 'Begging' for Help Amid Coronavirus Testing 'Crisis'

Mayor Kate Gallego of Phoenix said she asked for FEMA's help with community-based testing but the agency told her it is "moving away from that." ... More info »

Newsweek - 07/05/2020 09:14pm

Arizona healthcare workers say they're seeing severe coronavirus cases in people from their 20s to their 90s, but people aren't taking it seriously — in 'denial' they won't ...

"It's scary people aren't taking it seriously," physician's assistant Sarah Barr told Business Insider as Arizona's outbreak keeps getting worse. More info »

Business Insider on - 07/06/2020 05:26am

US coronavirus: Officials say states like Arizona and Texas reopened too quickly after soaring Covid-19 cases

After a muted holiday weekend -- which saw both measured celebrations and packed crowds -- the country faces a deep coronavirus crisis as cases continue to climb and more hospitals report they're ... More info »

CNN on - 07/05/2020 07:40pm
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