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Vaccination leaders welcome promise of better communication

Biden promises three week notice on vaccine shipments.

More than a half-million COVID-19 vaccines distributed in AZ

The rate of second dosages is still slow.

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Arizona report 5,918 additional COVID-19 cases, 195 deaths

State remains a national coronavirus hotspot

Arizona reports 4,748 virus cases one year after 1st case

The Department of Health Services announced the state’s first case on Jan. 26, 2020

Vaccine supply concerns Pima County leaders

Dr. Cullen says the county needs bigger shipments of COVID-19 vaccines.

Arizona begins second year of COVID-19

Arizona’s first case of the virus was reported a year ago.

UA increasing rate of vaccine rollout

Up to 800 people a day could get vaccinated at the university this week.

Arizona reports 7,217 new COVID-19 cases and 68 more deaths

State again leads the nation in weekly COVID-19 infection rate

Language barriers, wariness make vaccinating immigrants hard

Poor communication, misinformation and lack of trust create fear and uncertainty

Vaccine appointment error fixed, more vaccines headed to Pima County

The county says 77,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses will be in hand next week, the 'vast majority' going to new appointments.

Arizona pandemic toll tops 12,000 deaths, over 700,000 cases

More than 8,000 new cases reported statewide since yesterday, with nearly 230 new deaths

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