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Arizona schools will delay reopening for in-person classes until at least Aug. 17

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Arizona schools will delay reopening for in-person classes until at least Aug. 17Gov. Ducey announces Arizona schools will delay reopening for in-person classes this year, until at least Aug. 17, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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School buildings will be closed until August 17 and virtual learning will be allowed as normal.

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