Arizona Science Center Response to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Updated March 26, 2020
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As Arizona’s leading science learning center and a trusted community space, we are acting in an abundance of caution with the health and safety of our guests, team members and volunteers as our top priority and responsibility. There have been no cases of exposure to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) reported in connection with the Center. The closure includes the Center and all on and offsite programs and events. We will continue to monitor the situation and update you with any new developments.
This move allows us to support recommended social distancing. We have been and will continue to devote resources to deep cleaning our facility, and to intensive training of our team.
We are continuing to pay our employees throughout this closure.
Given the evolving nature of the outbreak, we will carefully reassess the situation in the coming weeks and share updates on our website and social media feeds (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter) as they become available.
While we are closed, we will work hard and creatively to bring Arizona Science Center to the public. Our goal will be to continue to inspire all generations through the wonders of STEM and to do our part to keep our community connected during this difficult time.
Please continue to take precautions to stay healthy and safe. We encourage everyone to refer to CDC recommendations about best practices.
Updates and Virtual Learning
Explore our online resources supporting at-home learning to inspire, educate and engage curious minds through science. From lesson plans to interactive videos, activities to articles, we are here to keep STEM learning alive today, tomorrow and beyond.
Our commitment to providing best in class science resources to our community is stronger than ever—and so is our unprecedented need for your support. Please consider making a donation today or becoming a member today.
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