9:15 AM Mar 30, 2020 MST

Roundup: Coronavirus updates to know this week in Chandler

Here are the latest city, county and state COVID-19 updates you need to know this week.


9:57 AM Mar 31, 2020 MST

DATA: See the case numbers in all Arizona counties and a breakdown of how coronavirus has impacted Maricopa County

The coronavirus has spread across the nation and Arizona in the course of a few weeks. Here is a data breakdown of the virus in Arizona and Maricopa County.

Chandler woman starts statewide Facebook group to make masks for Arizona health care workers

A Facebook group has made more than 2,000 masks for health care workers. They still need to make more.



5 recent stories from the Gilbert and Chandler areas readers should know

Read local news from Community Impact Newspaper's coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.


SanTan Brewing Company to recycle beer, create medical-grade hand sanitizer

SanTan Brewing Company is turning its beer into hand sanitizer to help provide for the community.


TIMELINE: How COVID-19 has impacted Arizona since the first case was reported

View an interactive timeline to see how the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted Arizona.


Chandler dance studio adapts to virtual classes amid coronavirus outbreak

The owner of Classic Image Dance is finding ways to connect with students during social distancing.



Chandler's d’Vine Gourmet focuses on buying, shopping local

A Chandler business owner has a love for all things local.


Read recent Gilbert and Chandler news regarding the coronavirus

Here are some Chandler and Gilbert-area coronavirus-related stories Community Impact Newspaper staff have written recently.


Chandler-based StrongMind offering districts, charters free online programs amid school closures

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.


Chandler officials encourage residents to participate in 2020 census

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.


ADOT announces closures, restrictions on Loop 101 for March 31-April 3

Here are the closures and restrictions on Loop 101 this week.


UPDATES: Here are this week's business and restaurant offerings during the COVID-19 outbreak

Here are the latest business and restaurant offerings in Chandler.


'Stay home, stay healthy and stay connected': Arizona governor issues statewide stay-at-home order

Gov. Doug Ducey announced the state will shelter in place due to COVID-19.



'We don't have the ability to pivot': Downtown Chandler's SoHo63 grapples with COVID-19 closure

Wedding and event venues are among some of the places forced to close during the coronavirus.


Banner Health looking for supply donations

The Banner Health Foundation is collecting donated medical supplies and personal protective equipment in partnership with Project C.U.R.E. in Tempe.


State officials announce Arizona schools will close for the remainder of the school year

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.


Mesa Public Schools governing board announces superintendent finalists

There are three finalists for the superintendent position at Mesa Public Schools.



Chandler USD expands curbside meal service

Chandler USD announced the district will expand its curbside meal service.


Rita's Burritos looks to help Chandler community during outbreak, offers free meals to health care workers, first responders

Darcie and Gilbert Meraz, owners of Rita's Burritos in Chandler, said they are looking to help the community in any way they can.


Chandler USD announces March 30 as start of remote learning for students

Chandler USD announced the district would move to remote learning March 30.


Chandler USD announces March 30 as start of remote learning for students

Chandler USD announced March 27 the district would move to remote learning March 30.



Chandler City Council authorizes extended temporary signage use for business promotion during outbreak

Chandler City Council voted March 26 to allow businesses to use temporary signage to promote their endeavors.


ADOT announces closures on Loop 101 through Chandler for March 27-31

ADOT announced Loop 101 closures and restrictions for the weekend of March 27.