TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - While many cities and states across the country, have reopened or are considering such a move, Tucson’s Mayor, Regina Romero says the city is not ready to do so.
“We are not seeing a decrease in cases, we are not seeing a decrease in deaths,” says Romero. “So we have to tread lightly.”
But just how lightly to tread at this time is the issue.
According to Centers for Disease Control guidelines and the ones followed by Pima County, before opening a community should have a decrease in cases for 14 straight days.
That is not the case in Tucson, which is one of the Mayor’s concerns.READ MORE HERE