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Q&A with Arizona’s top health official on schools, testing and hospitals

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Arizona’s top health official said Friday that as the state is working to ramp up coronavirus testing access in the state, they are seeing encouraging trends in testing results.

Dr. Cara Christ, director for the Arizona Department of Health Services, told KTAR 92.3 FM’s The Mike Broomhead Show that the state will be adding CDC surge testing along with adding a partnership with Arizona State University to provide additional PCR testing.

As the start of the school year nears, Christ said the health department and the Department of Education will be analyzing local trends to determine what is safe for students to return to the classroom.

Here is a sampling of questions and answers from Christ’s interview:


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