Here are the coronavirus updates to know this week in Chandler.
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The city is asking residents to give back during Chandler Gives Week.
Despite shutting down due to the coronavirus outbreak, the owners at Helluva Brewing Company are working to help the community.
See what area residents and companies are doing to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
Catch up on some of the latest coronavirus updates for the Gilbert and Chandler areas below.
A Facebook group has made more than 2,000 masks for health care workers. They still need to make more.
Read local news from Community Impact Newspaper's coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.
SanTan Brewing Company is turning its beer into hand sanitizer to help provide for the community.
View an interactive timeline to see how the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted Arizona.
The owner of Classic Image Dance is finding ways to connect with students during social distancing.
A Chandler business owner has a love for all things local.
Here are some Chandler and Gilbert-area coronavirus-related stories Community Impact Newspaper staff have written recently.
On March 30, Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced all schools in Arizona would be closed for the remainder of the school year due to coronavirus concerns.
April 1 is National Census Day, and Chandler officials are urging all Chandler residents to participate.
Chandler police, fire departments find a place to train, collaborate in city's Public Safety Training Center
The second phase of the city's Public Safety Training Center is nearly complete. Hear what public safety officials think of the new training facility.
Here are the closures and restrictions on Loop 101 this week.
Here are the latest business and restaurant offerings in Chandler.
Gov. Doug Ducey announced the state will shelter in place due to COVID-19.
Wedding and event venues are among some of the places forced to close during the coronavirus.
The Banner Health Foundation is collecting donated medical supplies and personal protective equipment in partnership with Project C.U.R.E. in Tempe.
Here are the latest city, county and state COVID-19 updates you need to know this week.
Gov. Doug Ducey and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced March 30 that the state is closing all Arizona schools through the remainder of the school year.
There are three finalists for the superintendent position at Mesa Public Schools.
Chandler USD announced the district will expand its curbside meal service.