UArizona Preps For More Students On Campus, Classes Of Up To 100 Students Permitted

March 24, 2021

The University of Arizona plans to  allow classes of up to 100 students to meet face to face beginning next week according to President Robert C. Robbins.

From March 15 to March 19, the university administered 8,756 COVID-19 tests, with 26 positives – a positivity rate of 0.3%.

Meanwhile, the UArizona COVID-19 vaccination POD , or point of distribution, still has appointments available this week for people age 55 and older. Those eligible for vaccination can register and schedule an appointment through the Arizona Department of Health Services website. Those who need assistance can email covidhelp@arizona.edu (link sends e-mail) or call 602-542-1000 or 844-542-8201 for help in both Spanish and English.

Beginning Wednesday, March 24, at 8 a.m., any Arizonan age 16 or older will be able to register for a vaccination appointment at state sites, including the UArizona POD, the Arizona Department of Health Services announced Monday .

The university also is partnering with the Maricopa County Public Health Department, the city of Phoenix and the Phoenix Revitalization Corporation on a community pop-up vaccination site for residents 55 and older, Robbins said.

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