COVID-19

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It was announced in early April that $135 million was coming to Arizona from the American Rescue Plan and it is now being disbursed to help community health center's fighting COVID-19. 

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By Howard Fischer
Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX -- Reversing course, the state's top health official agreed Friday to let Pima County work with the federal government to set up its own vaccination sites that could inoculate about 210,000 residents.

By Howard Fischer
Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX -- Declaring the COVID-19 pandemic under control and the need for restrictions over in Arizona, Gov. Doug Ducey is abolishing all the limits that still remain on businesses and public gatherings.

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By Howard Fischer
Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX -- Insisting there's plenty of vaccine available, state health officials said anyone age 16 or older can begin signing up this week to get inoculated.

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The Yuma County Public Health District announced late Wednesday that it is now in Phase 1B of the COVID-19 vaccination schedule allowing anyone 55 years or older to get inoculated. 

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