Washington Post: Arizona halts partnership with experts predicting coronavirus cases would continue to mount

Washington Post: Arizona halts partnership with experts predicting coronavirus cases would continue to mount. “Hours after Doug Ducey, the Republican governor of Arizona, accelerated plans to reopen businesses, saying the state was ‘headed in the right direction,’ his administration halted the work of a team of experts projecting it was on a different — and much grimmer — course. On Monday night, the eve of President Trump’s visit to the state, Ducey’s health department shut down the work of academic experts predicting the peak of the state’s coronavirus outbreak was still about two weeks away.”