Gov. Doug Ducey Strongly Urging Residents To Wear Masks Amid Rising Cases

On Thursday, Gov. Doug Ducey talked about the rise in COVID-19 cases in Arizona with a plea to residents to wear face masks.

"That will make a real difference in slowing the spread of this virus." he said.

Along with wearing masks, Ducey referenced other ways we can help stop the spread via social distancing, washing hands, and staying home when sick.

"Our time of getting hit is right now: June, July and August," he says. "This is Arizona's first wave and this will not be our last wave."

See the most recent press conference above:

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