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July 3, 2020 In The News
Arizona Congressman Greg Stanton criticized the Maricopa County health department for contact tracing woes. The process can take a long time with the current testing.
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July 2, 2020 In The News
In 2017, then-Mayor Greg Stanton also made an effort to change those same two street names. At the time, the council approved the move but the changes didn't go through.
June 30, 2020 In The News
Positive results as a percentage of total tests performed continue to spike. U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton, D-Ariz, pushes for expanded contact tracing efforts throughout the state, calling the pandemic "the most acute crisis our state has ever faced."
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June 29, 2020 In The News
"Arizona is the new national hotspot for COVID-19 with more than 4,400 new cases in just the last 72 hours. Per capita, Arizona's infection rate is now more than three times higher than New York state. It's spreading like wildfire.," Rep. Greg Stanton said earlier this month.
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June 29, 2020 In The News
U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton, a Democrat who represents Tempe, Mesa, Chandler and parts of Phoenix and Scottsdale, has accused Maricopa County of violating the CDC’s “‘core principles’ of contact tracing for every positive COVID -19 case.”
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June 29, 2020 In The News
Case study: Arizona. “This [tracing] situation is a disaster,” Rep. Greg Stanton (D-Ariz.), whose Phoenix-area district is being swamped with new cases, wrote in a letter to local officials on Thursday. “From late March until early June, those who may have been exposed to an infected patient received no outreach at all from public health officials."
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June 28, 2020 In The News
U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton, a Democrat who represents Tempe, Mesa, Chandler and parts of Phoenix and Scottsdale, has accused Maricopa County of violating the CDC’s “‘core principles’ of contact tracing for every positive COVID -19 case.”
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June 28, 2020 In The News
"This [tracing] situation is a disaster,” Rep. Greg Stanton (D-Ariz.), whose Phoenix-area district is being swamped with new cases, wrote in a letter to officials in Maricopa County and Ducey on Thursday. “From late March until early June, those who may have been exposed to an infected patient received no outreach at all from public health officials."
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June 26, 2020 In The News
U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton accused Maricopa County officials of failing to conduct proper contact tracing of residents infected with COVID-19.
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June 25, 2020 In The News
Back in 2017, when Greg Stanton was mayor, Phoenix New Times reported that Stanton wanted to change the name of a street in the Valley: Squaw Peak Drive.

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