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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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Hospital executives and public health authorities across Arizona pleaded Tuesday for people to get vaccinated and do everything possible to avoid spreading the coronavirus as they gird for another surge in cases that threatens once again to overwhelm the state’s health care system.

By JONATHAN J. COOPER and PAUL DAVENPORT, Associated Press November 24, 2021
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With COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations on the rise again and the holiday season approaching, the head of one of Phoenix's biggest hospital systems renewed pleas Wednesday for the unvaccinated to get inoculated.

By Associated Press November 17, 2021
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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.

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