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  • Pima County Combined COVID-19 Information and Resources

    Find COVID-19-related information and access to programs and opportunities available at the local, state and federal level and through the commercial and non-profit sectors intended to respond to the outbreak. The links below should help you know more, do more or help more.
    Find guidance for healthcare providers, and news, information and tips for everyone about how to stay safe and help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
    For people who lost jobs or need financial and other assistance; and for businesses needing help during the COVID-19-caused disruption of the economy. Also find food takeout or delivery options on Pima Eats.
    For individuals and organizations - particularly those with medical training - seeking to volunteer their time or expertise and how to donate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the Pima County Health Department.


    Back to School

    Back to School

    The Pima County Health Department is assisting area schools with their back-to-school plans while our community continues to struggle with the COVID-19 outbreak.

    Get all the details, visit the Back to School Information and Resources page.

    COVID-19 Hotlines

    Two phone lines have been set up to answer COVID-19 questions from the public and healthcare providers about testing, symptoms, and many other virus-related topics:

    1. For general information about COVID-19, including news, testing, prevention, and cleaning guidelines, call 2-1-1 from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily.
    2. Healthcare Providers or people who have questions about symptoms they or their patients are having can call 1-844-542-8201, anytime.

    Advisory: If someone in your family has tested positive for COVID-19, keep the entire household at home and contact your medical provider.

    Business & Community Violations

    On June 19, the Board of Supervisors passed a Resolution that requires everyone in Pima County wear a mask in public places, which includes business establishments. On May 21, the board passed a proclamation with specific protective measures that all area restaurants, pools, gyms, fitness centers, hotels and resorts and other businesses must follow. These rules apply in all jurisdictions of the County except the tribal nations. 

    If a business is not following the June 19 Resolution or the May 21 Proclamation, you can report it here and our Consumer Health Food Safety team will contact the business and provide education and guidance. Thank you.


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