When, Where, Why and How To Get the COVID Vaccine in Arizona

The COVID-19 vaccine’s speedy development has left many Arizonans skeptical, but experts have proven this shot to be safe and effective. We’ll get you up to speed on where, when and how to get vaccinated — and why nearly everyone in the state should do it as soon as they can.

When, Where, Why and How To Get the COVID Vaccine in Arizona

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  • As Arizona’s numbers decline, the COVID-19 vaccine will likely be available to the general public by the end of May 2021, according to the rollout schedule. Check the ADHS site regularly for eligibility updates.
  • The COVID-19 vaccine has been proven safe and effective by the country’s top medical experts. It offers up to 95% protection from symptomatic illness and nearly 100% protection from severe illness.
  • You need two doses of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine and one for Johnson & Johnson. Once you have both, it’s still important to wear a mask, social distance and wash your hands to build herd immunity.

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