Maricopa County program brings COVID-19 vaccines to underserved communities

Getting a leg up on everyone else in his age group, Gov. Doug Ducey got his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday. But his press aide insists he wasn’t jumping the line./Photo by Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services

By Miguel Torres | Arizona Republic

The Maricopa County Department of Public Health in partnership with University of Arizona’s Mobile Health Units delivered COVID-19 vaccines to underserved community members at the Fillmore Gardens in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday. 

Residents trickled down to get vaccinated under canopies set up in the courtyard of Fillmore Gardens, which is subsidized housing run by the city for people 62 or older and people with disabilities.

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