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Ducey bans vaccine passports

Ducey issued an order banning government use of vaccine passports.

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Pima County stops using Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

The county is following CDC and FDA recommendations.

UA wants students vaccinated right away

Vaccines are not required but heavily encouraged for UA students.

More than 4 million COVID vaccine doses administered in Arizona

More than 2.5 million have received the first dose, more than 1.6 are fully vaccinated

COVID-19 vaccine clinic for Native Americans in downtown Tucson

If registered for the event, members of federally recognized tribes can get a shot at the Tucson Indian Center Saturday.

TMC COVID-19 vaccination site moving to Udall Park

With the temperatures increasing, TMC's outdoor COVID-19 vaccination clinic moves inside.

UA opening COVID-19 vaccines daily

Available vaccine slots will be announced daily.

Pima County opens up COVID-19 vaccine eligibility

Beginning April 5, anyone 16 or older is eligible for a vaccine.

Gov. Ducey eases more restrictions as virus cases wane

Executive order lifts some limits on elective surgeries and visitation at long-term care facilities

Global vaccine disparities pose unique challenges for border communities

Vaccinations are humming along in Arizona. But in neighboring Sonora, the pace is much slower.

Arizona vaccination rate for COVID passes 30% of population

Nearly 2.2 million Arizonans have received at least one dose, with nearly 1.4 million fully vaccinated

State Senate panel moves to ban COVID-19 vaccine requirements

Local government and business would be banned from requiring vaccines for employees and customers.

State Senate committee takes aim at abortion

The bill would ban abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy.

HEROES study: COVID vaccines 90% effective

First responders rank among workers with the highest risk

Pima County keeps mask mandate

County officials say the Governor has overreached his power.

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