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ASU official calls state's coronavirus case growth 'unsustainable'

bizjournals Thursday, 9 July 2020
Arizona's coronavirus cases may not be growing exponentially, but the state has hit what Arizona State University researchers consider an "unsustainable plateau" that will continue to tax health care systems. ASU Biodesign Institute Director Dr. Joshua LaBaer discussed the state's continuing Covid19 crisis during a virtual press conference Wednesday to break down what's going on with the virus in the Valley and state.  He said the growing number of cases is putting more stress on the state’s…
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