COVID 19 RESOURCES & INFORMATION

This page is managed by Supervisor Adelita Grijalva's office representing District 5.

For the most up to date information from the Health Department, please visit pima.gov/covid19

COVID-19 and District Five:

  • Total COVID-19 cases: 26,555 (3/25/21)

  • Total COVID-19 vaccine doses administered: 78,314 (3/24/21)

  • Residents who have received at least one vaccine dose: 50,069 (3/24/21)

  • Residents who were fully vaccinated (2 doses or Johnson & Johnson) – 29,547

Where to Sign up for your COVID Vaccine

If you are 16 years and older, you are eligible to schedule your COVID 19 Vaccine in Pima County and the State of Arizona.

Tucson Medical Center (TMC), Tucson Convention Center (TCC), & El Pueblo Center

Phone Number to Register:

  • (520) 222-0119

Link to Register:

https://register.vaccine.pima.gov/

Address: 

TMC:

5301 E. Grant Road, Tucson, Arizona 85712

TCC:

260 S Church Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701

El Pueblo Center*:

101 W. Irvington Rd, Tucson, AZ 85746

*This site is for 18+ 

Banner Tucson South– Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium 

Phone Number to Register:

  • (833) 509-0908

Link to Register:

bannerhealth.com/staying-well/health-and-wellness/wellness/covid/pima-county-vaccine

Address: 

Kino: 

2500 E Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85713 

Phone Number to Register:

  • 1 (844) 542-8201

Link to Register:
https://podvaccine.azdhs.gov

Address: 

Drive thru: The east end of the University of Arizona Mall. From North Campbell Avenue, turn west onto University Boulevard. Follow the signs that are posted along the Mall.

Sit in: Ina E. Gittings Building, 1737 E. University Blvd., Room 129, which is on the north side of the Mall, just west of North Campbell Avenue.

Other Sites for Vaccinations

There are various ways to receive your COVID vaccine, please refer to the above information regarding where you can sign up. For the most up to date information on how to schedule your COVID 19 vaccine, please visit pima.gov/covid19vaccine.

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COVID 19 Testing 

  • The Board approved contracts to continue COVID testing in Pima County

  • Testing has gone down, however, CDC guidelines and the Health Department has stated that testing and vaccines go hand in hand in ensuring we continue to keep track of the spread of COVID 19 in our community 

FEMA site coming to Pima County! 

  • With FEMA assistance, Pima County is projecting more than 500,000 Pima County residents fully vaccinated by the end of April

  • Pima County was ranked 3rd in the nation for reaching undeserved communities with vaccines.  Special thanks to the Pop-up sites for their efforts.  Supervisor Grijalva has volunteered at five pop-up vaccine clinics and has been very impressed with outreach!

Masks still required in  Pima County

  • Although Governor Ducey has lifted the statewide mask mandate, Pima County will continue to enforce the mask mandate until herd immunity is reached

For the most up to date information on COVID 19, vaccinations, and testing, please visit the Pima County Health Department's website.