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AZ COVID-19 Case Update, Vaccination Pop-Ups In Flagstaff And Fredonia


After a lag in reporting due to the Memorial Day holiday, Arizona health officials confirm more than 900 new  COVID-19 cases and 20 known deaths. Vaccination numbers remain about the same with nearly 6 million vaccine doses administered to date. Over 3.3 million people have received at least one dose.

Meanwhile, another weekly vaccination clinic pop up clinic is scheduled Wednesday in Flagstaff outside the Coconino Health and Human Services building. Doses of the Moderna vaccine, along with the one-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine, will be offered for individuals 18 and older. County officials say a pop-up clinic in Fredonia is set for Thursday outside the town’s WIC  office. The county closed its fort tuthill vaccination site last month, as officials announced a pivot to smaller-scale inoculation efforts. Nearly half of eligible people in Coconino County have been vaccinated at 49.2 percent, according to county data, though daily administration rates have declined in recent weeks following a nationwide trend of lessening demand.