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Nearly all cases, hospitalizations and deaths are occurring among the unvaccinated. Vaccines are highly effective at preventing the spread of #COVID19. No vaccine is 100% effective, but the vaccinated normally have milder illness when breakthrough cases occur.
Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 2,090 cases and eight deaths. The Pfizer/Comirnaty vaccine has full @US_FDA approval for ages 16 and older. All COVID-19 vaccines are safe, free and highly effective at preventing severe illness and death. More:
COVID-19 vaccines are safe, free, highly effective, and available at convenient locations statewide. Find a location and #RollUpYourSleeve.
Arizona today hit a new milestone in the war on #COVID19: More than 4 million men, women and children over 12 have now received at least one dose of the vaccine. Learn more:…
One case, one hospitalization, one death is one too many when there are safe, free, and highly effective vaccines available today. They are at pharmacies, doctors’ offices, and other providers within minutes of almost every Arizonan 12 and older.
Jessica Rigler, our assistant director for preparedness, talks with @AZ360show about how full @US_FDA approval for the Pfizer vaccine for 16 and older helps AZ’s battle against #COVID19. Check it out:
Today’s COVID-19 dashboard update adds 3,893 cases and 55 deaths. More than 4 million people in Arizona are now vaccinated against COVID-19. Join them to protect yourself from severe illness, hospitalization and death. Vaccines are safe and free. More:
COVID-19 remains active in Arizona, and people continue to be hospitalized and die, in particular those who haven’t been fully vaccinated. If you haven't been vaccinated, it is time to #RollUpYourSleeve.
The National Weather Service has extended an Excessive Heat Warning for La Paz, Mohave, and Yuma Counties until 8 p.m. on August 29. Heat warnings will expire for all other counties today at 8 p.m. Stay cool!
You have the power to protect your children against serious diseases like measles and whooping cough, and cancers caused by HPV. View CDC’s parent-friendly immunization schedule to see which vaccines your children need.
Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 3,707 cases and 63 deaths. With these additional cases, Arizona has passed 1 million reported COVID-19 cases with over 18,000 deaths. The surest protection is getting vaccinated. #RollUpYourSleeve
Food Safety Alert: CDC is linking a salmonella outbreak to italian-style meats. Do not eat, sell, or serve Fratelli Beretta brand prepackaged Uncured Antipasto trays with “best by” dates on or before February 11, 2022. Details:
Announcements about boosters shouldn’t detract from the continuing need for everyone to get vaccinated and the fact that the recent increase in cases is primarily among those who aren’t vaccinated. #RollUpYourSleeve
UPDATE: The COVID-19 dashboards are back up on the website.…
.@AZDHS UPDATE: Don Herrington, a 21-year veteran of the Arizona Department of Health Services, will succeed Dr. Cara Christ as Interim Director. Together, Don and I selected Dr. Richard Carmona, a former U.S. Surgeon General, to serve as a senior advisor on COVID-19. 1/
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ADHS is providing training for prospective marijuana social equity program applicants. The FREE virtual Social Equity Ownership Training will be held live on Sept. 20-21 and then offered as recorded sessions with live Q&A on Oct. 12-13. Details here:
Our team is working to restore public access to the COVID-19 dashboards on the website, but they are currently unavailable. Thank you for your patience. Here is the summary data:
Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 3,621 cases and 13 deaths. CDC recommends that anyone with any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 get tested, regardless of vaccination status or prior infection. Learn more about testing:
While the vaccine you received continues to provide you with robust protection, recommending a booster dose takes into account that protection could diminish in the months ahead. Read more about recent recommendations:
Opportunities for FREE COVID-19 testing and vaccination are being provided by @EQHFoundation, @HeroZonaOrg, and other partners at multiple locations in Maricopa County. #RollUpYourSleeve
Have questions about recent announcements about COVID-19 boosters and what they mean for those of us who have received these vaccines? Today's blog post highlights what you can expect:
#VaxFact - #COVID19 vaccines don’t change or interact with your DNA. Neither mRNA (COMIRNATY/Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna) nor viral vector (J&J/Janssen) COVID-19 vaccines enter the nucleus of cells where DNA is kept. More:
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Each month PRAMS asks new mothers in Arizona to share their experiences before, during and after pregnancy, including questions on how the recent pandemic impacted them. If you receive a PRAMS purple packet in the mail, please complete it and send it back!
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for 11 counties, excluding Apache, Coconino, Navajo, & Yavapai, from 10 a.m. Wednesday until 8 p.m. Friday. Daytime highs up to 117 °F are expected. Stay informed about future heat alerts.
#WellChildWednesdays: #DYK the #COVID19vaccine can be given at the same time as other #vaccines? While getting #BackToSchool physicals, kids can catch up on routine immunizations, and kids age 12 & up can get the #COVID19 #vaccine. More: #VaccinesWork
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Please note: The COVID-19 dashboards are currently unavailable due to ongoing server maintenance. We will give an update when the dashboards are restored on our website.
Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 3,234 cases and 10 deaths. The approved vaccines offer the surest protection against a virus that continues hospitalizing and killing those who aren’t vaccinated. #RollUpYourSleeve
Training provided by ADHS is the only instruction that meets program requirements for those eligible to seek social equity licenses, & prospective applicants should be wary of other entities that falsely claim to offer approved training. More here:
Coconino County Health and Human Services will be hosting a pop up vaccination clinic TODAY August 24th from 3 - 6 pm at NAU south campus quad, 308 E. Pine Knoll Dr., Flagstaff, AZ. No appointment is needed for this event. See flyer for more details.
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COVID tests are FREE. Today from 1 to 5 p.m. our testing team will be at Vida Nueva Church of God, 330 W. Nebraska St. If you think you may have been exposed to COVID or are displaying symptoms please get tested as soon as possible to help stop the spread.
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Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 2,595 cases and 38 deaths. The recent FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine is another reason to get vaccinated today against COVID-19. To find a provider, please visit
During July and the first half of August, better than 86% of COVID-19 cases have occurred among those who aren’t fully vaccinated. Being vaccinated is an important step in responding to the pandemic
If the term “emergency use authorization” has kept you from getting vaccinated against COVID-19, it’s time to join millions of Arizonans who protected themselves, their families, and their communities. Pfizer vaccine has been granted full FDA approval
COVID-19 vaccine has received full FDA approval. Pleae take this opportunity to get vaccinated to protect yourself and those around you. Find a vaccine:…
Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 2,632 cases and no deaths. COVID-19 can have serious, life-threatening complications, and there is no way to know how it will affect you. Get vaccinated to help protect yourself and your family.
Today’s #COVID19 dashboard adds 3,307 cases and three deaths. Know someone with questions about COVID-19 vaccines? @CDCgov helps separate fact from myth. Vaccines are safe, free and highly effective against Delta and other COVID-19 variants.…
You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y'all. Stop it.…
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Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 3,195 cases and 36 deaths. COVID-19 vaccines are safe, free and proven to reduce the risk of severe illness, hospitalization and death. #RollUpYourSleeve to protect yourself and your community. Learn more:
The isolation caused by the pandemic has had clear effects, especially on Arizonans who may have already been experiencing a lack of social connection. Our new campaign encourages people to start a conversation. #PSA
Coconino County Health and Human Services will be hosting a pop up vaccination clinic TODAY August 20th from 11am - 1pm, at the Coconino County Courthouse lawn, 200 N. San Francisco St., Flagstaff, AZ. No appointment is needed for this event. See flyer for more details.
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Our new public awareness campaign highlighting the positive effect of social connection on physical and mental health launches today. Read about this important initiative:
Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 3,109 cases and 53 deaths. Need to be tested? FREE saliva testing continues throughout Arizona in partnership with @ASUBiodesign. Use agency code SALIVATEST to register:
“A giant in Arizona state government.” Thank you, @dougducey, for visiting this afternoon to honor @drcarachrist’s six-plus years as director and 13 years total with ADHS. Dr. Christ received the Governor’s Outstanding Service Award.…
Thanks to @HeroZonaOrg, @EQHFoundation and other One Community Initiative partners for today’s #COVID19 vaccine forum. @drcarachrist joined @equalityhealth’s Dr. Edmond Baker and Dr. Duane M. Wooten of Wooten Healthcare Group to promote safe, free and effective COVID-19 vaccines.
Registration is now available for required ADHS training for those seeking licenses to own and operate adult-use marijuana establishments under the social equity program. Visit for information related to the upcoming virtual training.
Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 3,546 cases and four deaths. Every person who chooses to get vaccinated brings us a step closer to moving past the pandemic. Have questions about the vaccine? Visit for FAQs.
Don’t wait! Talk to your loved ones about getting a #COVID19 vaccine before it’s too late. Vaccines help prevent COVID-19 infection, severe illness, hospitalization, and death. Help the people you care about decide to get vaccinated today. More:
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The CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccination for everyone 12 and older, including those who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or might become pregnant in the future.
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