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UA swimmer dies of bacterial infection

No connection to COVID or vaccine in ME's statement.

Three years on, COVID-19 no longer grabs headlines, still poses a threat

It hits the elderly hardest, it spikes in summer and winter, it killed men in Arizona at sharply higher rates t

Pima County to host vaccine clinics in Green Valley, starting Wednesday

Clinics will offer influenza and COVID shots, along with free at-home COVID tests.

Respiratory illnesses continue rise in Pima County

Officials are asking residents to update their vaccinations, wear masks and social distance.

Maricopa County sees large spike in flu, COVID-19, and RSV

Officials are urging that anyone 6 months or older get vaccinated for the flu and for COVID-19, especially with more gatherings during the holiday season.

COVID-19 infection rates return to high level in eight Arizona counties

The rise follows an increase in infections nationwide

COVID numbers rising in Arizona again

Most of the state is considered having a medium transmission rate.

Pima County passes national number in bivalent booster administration

Pima County currently has 9% of eligible people who are 12 and up vaccinated with the new shot.

Bivalent boosters approved for ages 5 to 11

The FDA and CDC approved the usage of the drug on Oct. 12.

University of Arizona aims to help teachers get students back on track after the pandemic

Psychology students and instructors offer their expertise to help the transition back to in-person learning.

Pima County teams up with UA for COVID vaccines

The clinic will offer the new bivalent vaccines.

Free COVID testing availaible

SonoraQuest labs is offering the service at 50 sites in Arizona.

Roll up your sleeves, Pima County receives new COVID boosters

Vaccines are available in local clinics as of Sep. 7.

New COVID Booster shots rolling out

Boosters were put on hold when FDA approved new vaccines.

Navajo Nation sees success in COVID-19 vaccination for children

More than half of the children are vaccinated.

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