TGen North in Flagstaff has launched a publicly accessible dashboard to track COVID-19 variants in Arizona and is analyzing up to 1,100 samples a day using genomic sequencing. The B.1.1.7 variant, first spotted in the U.K., is appearing in 60-80% of recent samples tested by Arizona State University. And vaccine appointments are becoming easy to find in many areas as supply is meeting demand.
TGen implements dashboard tracking COVID-19 variants in the state / Arizona Daily Sun
Spread of COVID variant concerning to ASU expert / Arizona Public Media
People in Arizona who want a COVID-19 vaccine have lots of choices / Arizona Republic
State-run vaccination clinic begins operations at Northern Arizona University / Arizona Daily Sun
NAU, ASU report over 100 active COVID-19 cases as spring semester nears end / Arizona Republic
Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center will expand into a Scottsdale neighborhood center with two of its intervention programs—the Comprehensive Behavioral Program and the Community School.
Maricopa County healthcare system, Valleywise, undergoes major overhaul / Chamber Business News
Valleywise Health, Maricopa County’s healthcare system for low-income, underserved and ethnically diverse populations, is undergoing a major transformation, including a major upgrade and a new 10-story tower for its public teaching hospital in central Phoenix.
University of Arizona researchers have started a three-year study of the health of women firefighters to determine if hazards on the job could put them at higher risk for cancer and miscarriages.