Novel Coronavirus Resources

Our top concern and priority right now is that Arizona families stay healthy, safe and economically secure.


Please use the medical, economic and community resources on this page to stay up to date on this evolving public health crisis.

If you feel sick with fever, cough, or have shortness of breath (see symptoms), and have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19, or if you live in or have recently traveled to an area affected by COVID-19, you should:


  • Avoid contact with others

  • Do not travel while sick

  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing

  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol immediately after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose

  • Call your health care professional. Your healthcare provider will then be able to determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19

  • If you don't have insurance or a current healthcare provider: you can search for a community health center near you at the Arizona Association of Community Health Centers or call 2-1-1 to talk to a healthcare professional


Medical Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The CDC is the best source for recommended safety precautions and national U.S. guidelines.​

Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS)

ADHS's COVID-19 website is updated daily with information about the impacts of Coronavirus in Arizona.

Arizona’s Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS)

AHCCCS's FAQs regarding COVID-19

An Arizona Statewide COVID-19 Hotline has been set up to answer questions from 8 am- 8 pm seven days a week. Please call 2-1-1 to talk to a healthcare professional about testing, symptoms, or other concerns.

There is also a Northern Arizona Healthcare Hotline. Residents with questions about COVID-19 exposure, transmission and/or testing, can call: 928-773-2301

Mental Health and Safety

If you, or someone you care about, are feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression, or anxiety, feel like you want to harm yourself or others, or if you feel like you are in distress:​

Local LD6 Medical Resources by County/City: 

Coconino County Health and Human Services 

Coconino County COVID-19 hotline: 928-679-7300

Coconino County has drive-up COVID-19 swab testing at Fort Tuthill from 9 am- 4pm. For more information click here or call 928-679-7300

Flagstaff City Government

City of Flagstaff COVID-19 Emergency Proclamation and Expanded Closures and Cancellations

Gila County Health and Emergency Management

Gila County Emergency Management Call Center: (928) 402-8888

(open weekdays 8 am to 5 pm) 

Daily updates about COVID-19 from Gila County Health and Emergency Management


Navajo County Public Health Services

Navajo County Public Health COVID-19 webpage

Navajo County Call Center:  1-844-542-8201

If you have clinical questions or concerns, you can reach a Navajo county nurse at the Emergency Response Hotline (24/7): 928-241-0593


Yavapai County Community Health Services

Yavapai County Emergency Phonebank (open weekdays 8 am-5 pm).

Call 928-442-5103 for up-to-date local information, resources, and guidance.

Sedona City Government  and Sedona Community Resources

Tribal Nations COVID-19 update

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) published a FAQ about the process for Tribal Governments to request a Presidential Declaration

National Supply Service Center will be providing test kits for Tribal Nation clinics

Navajo Department of Health COVID-19 Resources

Economic Resources

Below is a list of programs and resources related to food assistance, unemployment insurance, and other economic resources for those struggling financially due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Arizona Department of Economic Security services related to COVID-19

Please visit Arizona Together for a comprehensive list of community and economic resources for families, individuals, and businesses navigating COVID-19.


Food Assistance

Arizona Food Bank Network- Find a food bank near you

Meals for kids during Coronavirus school closures

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)-federal program that combats hunger by providing critical assistance to low-income families.


Arizona Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)- provides nutrition, food, health and social services to pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women;infants and children under the age of 5.

The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)-Federal program that provides emergency food assistance to low-income Americans.

Commodity Senior Food Program-federal program that provides low-income seniors age 60+ with food assistance.

Meals on Wheels-Area Agencies on Aging provides meal delivery services to seniors.

Employment, Income, and Business Assistance


Unemployment Insurance & Benefits

On March 20, 2020, Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order and administrative action aimed at providing certainty and economic relief for those facing financial hardship because of COVID-19, increasing access to unemployment benefits. These resources are applied retroactively to hardships experienced after March 11, 2020. Applications will be accepted beginning March 23, 2020.

For an explanation of eligibility requirements, please click here.


Apply here for unemployment with the Arizona Department of Economic Security

The Unemployment Insurance Call Center is extending its hours Monday through Friday, 7 am - 6 pm Call 1 (877) 600-2722 for assistance.

Employee Paid Leave Rights

Coconino County Employee Related Items

Arizona Business Resources during COVID-19

FAQ about the $2 trillion economic relief plan that congress passed in response to Coronavirus

Education Resources

This section contains resources for children in K-12. If you're looking for information about student loans, you can visit the Federal Student Aid website here.

Arizona Department of Education Guidance for schools and families during COVID-19

Arizona Department of Education Virtual Learning Hub

Free educational resources for kids stuck at home

Special Education Resources & Guidance for COVID-19

Other Resources

Quick Facts & Global Coronavirus Dashboard (updated every minute): this website is a Live breakdown of coronavirus cases by country and U.S. states

Global Interactive Map by Johns Hopkins University

The Risks -Know Them- Avoid Them (article by Erin Bromage Ph.D.)

Covid Act Now: This website projects estimated dates of when our hospitals will become overloaded and estimated deaths based on different interventions

Flattening the Coronavirus Curve

The more we slow down the spread of the virus by wearing a cloth mask in public, properly washing our hands, self-isolating when we're sick, and by physically distancing (avoiding in-person gatherings and physical contact with other people when possible), the less likely we are to overwhelm our hospitals and healthcare system.

The image below shows how collective community actions like those mentioned above, can keep the daily number of coronavirus cases at a manageable level for medical providers and healthcare workers.

You can learn more about why it's critical to #FlattentheCurve here.

Together, we can slow the spread of this virus, so we don't overload our hospitals and save lives.

Flatten the curve image from CDC and the

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