/ Modified feb 19, 2021 4:20 p.m.

Some COVID-19 vaccines go mobile in Arizona

The University of Arizona is rolling out mobile units to underserved and vulnerable communities.

Across Arizona, select pharmacies have begun to administer the COVID-19 vaccine. It’s part of a nationwide program with the CDC meant to increase access. In addition to that, students and staff with the University of Arizona are also working to get the vaccine to underserved communities through mobile options. We learned more from Dr. Nicole Henry, an assistant professor at the UA College of Pharmacy.

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