Arizona reopening tripled the projected number of COVID-19 deaths

The projected number of COVID-19 deaths in Arizona by August almost tripled after the state opened up for business again. That’s according to one set of metrics often cited for national evaluations. So what can we expect as people begin to venture out again? We asked Will Humble, former director of the state health department.

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