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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.
    Get answers to your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. Check our FAQ's to find up-to-date information on distribution, safety and much more.
    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.

    Health Advisories

    Pima County remains committed to ensuring our community in 2021 can resume enjoying the variety of cultural and social activities available before the pandemic that make this a special place.

    When necessary, the Health Department will issue health advisories designed to share information on the current status of the COVID-10 pandemic here, and to offer guidance to all residents and visitors to help reduce the effects of the virus.

    All health advisory updates are informed by an analysis of the increasing data and knowledge about COVID-19.

    Find the latest information on our Health Advisories page.

    Business & Community Violations

    The Board of Supervisors in December passed resolutions mandating masks and establishing a 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew. A recent court injunction prohibits enforcement of curfew resolution, rendering it voluntary for the time being.

    On Dec. 4 the Board of Supervisors also issued a proclamation updating the state of emergency in Pima County.

    On Dec. 21, the Pima County Health Department issued a new Public Health Advisory on COVID-19 that strongly encourages the temporary closure of some businesses and limits occupancy at others to 25 percent capacity.

    If a business is not following the mask mandate or the curfew, you still may report it here and our Consumer Health Food Safety team will contact the business and provide education and guidance. Thank you.

    For information on the specifics of the mask mandate, including potential fines, exceptions and FAQs visit our Face Coverings Page
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