The vaccine, which was endorsed by an FDA expert panel on Feb. 26, could be a game-changer in Arizona's COVID-19 vaccination campaign.
The YMCA is teaming up with Uber and the Arizona Department of Health Services to provide free transportation to seniors who qualify for the COVID-19 vaccine. To schedule a ride, call 602-212-6088 or email email@example.com.
Arizona's top doctor, Dr. Cara Christ, touched on the state's efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday, Feb. 12.
Arizona health officials hold a news conference to mark the opening of the new COVID-19 vaccine site at Phoenix Municipal Stadium.
The second state-run site at Phoenix Municipal Stadium will open on Feb. 1. It will be open during daytime hours.
Recreational marijuana sales can start as early as this week and on Jan. 19, the Arizona Department of Health Services opened up applications for dispensaries to get licensed.
As the COVID-19 vaccine distribution progresses in Arizona, the state's online appointment system is flooded with those looking for an appointment.
Phase 1B of coronavirus vaccinations continues as health officials at State Farm Stadium continue to see a huge turnout. The Arizona Department of Health Services says over 200,000 people have been vaccinated thus far across the state.
Arizona Dept. of Health Services Director Cara Christ discusses how the state will be making COVID-19 vaccines available to residents 65 years and older starting Jan. 19.
It's a big step forward in the fight against COVID-19 as a 24/7 vaccination site will open at State Farm Stadium on Jan. 11.
The state of Arizona is receiving fewer vaccines than expected for the week of Dec. 20, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Compared to November 2019, flu cases in Arizona are lower and a doctor explains why that reason may be.
Arizona Department of Health Services Director Dr. Cara Christ speaks on rising COVID-19 cases across the state.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
According to a news release from the governor's office, Ducey will also make an announcement about partnering with food banks ahead of the holiday season.
Arizonans should continue to wear masks, practice social distancing and stay home when sick, Christ said.
Good news for bars in Arizona. They can now offer games and karaoke once again since being banned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
AZDHS can't say when a vaccine would be available and has based much of its plan on the 2009 H1N1 vaccine distribution and the agency's experience managing statewide vaccines for children.
After being shut down for over a month, Valley bars agree to follow health guidelines to be able to open their doors once again.
Some businesses in Tempe on Mill Avenue were reported by Arizona State University's President for alleged COVID-19 guidance violations.