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If public health conditions allow, the university may move into stage 2 of its instructional plan the week of Feb. 22, allowing classes of 50 or fewer students to meet on campus.
While numbers are improving, the state of Arizona remains a COVID-19 hot spot, and precautions are still necessary, University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins says.
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.
In addition to opening a drive-thru vaccination site this week, the university announced that it will ramp up COVID-19 testing, requiring dorm residents to get tested twice a week.
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.
As Americans began receiving Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine this week, UArizona immunobiologist Deepta Bhattacharya talked about the science, development and safety of the vaccine.
The University of Arizona's ultracold storage facility could play an important role in the state's plan for vaccine distribution.