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A medida que más personas se vuelven elegibles para la vacunación, un inmunobiólogo de UArizona responde preguntas comunes sobre qué esperar después de la inyección.
As more people become eligible for COVID-19 vaccination, and as the University of Arizona transitions to being a high-capacity state vaccination site, an immunobiologist answers common questions about what to expect after the first and second shots.
The UArizona COVID-19 vaccination site will eventually operate 24/7 and be able to serve up to 6,000 people per day. Eligible Arizonans can register for appointments beginning Feb. 16.
Como sitio estatal, eventualmente podrá operar 24/7 y servir hasta a 6,000 personas por día.
The test uses a smartphone microscope to analyze saliva samples and deliver results in about 10 minutes.
Researchers used progesterone metabolite levels combined with patient demographic and clinical data to predict significant neonatal morbidity, neonatal length of stay and risk for very preterm delivery.
Pima County is scheduling vaccination appointments for eligible individuals at two locations on campus: a drive-through site on the UArizona Mall and a walk-through clinic in the Ina E. Gittings Building.
As Pima County shifts to Phase 1B of its vaccination plan, UArizona will serve as a point of distribution for child care providers, K-12 employees, and university faculty and staff.
The university will serve as a point of distribution for COVID-19 vaccinations as Pima County moves into Phase 1B of its vaccine plan. Additional details will be announced as they become available.
Since its launch in August, the Covid Watch Arizona exposure notification app has helped reduce the average number of people infected on campus by as much as 12%.