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Arizona hospital executives issue plea as virus cases rise

Caroline Maloney stands outside HonorHealth’s Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center at the end of her overnight shift early Friday, June 26, 2020 in Scottsdale. Arizonans won’t be voting in November on a proposal to hike pay of hospital workers and guarantee that those with preexisting conditions can get affordable health insurance. (Matt York/ AP file)

Caroline Maloney stands outside HonorHealth’s Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center at the end of her overnight shift early Friday, June 26, 2020 in Scottsdale. Arizonans won’t be voting in November on a proposal to hike pay of hospital workers and guarantee that those with preexisting conditions can get affordable health insurance. (Matt York/ AP file)

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