Vaccination site at Phoenix stadium moving inside ASU arena

Posted 4/8/21

PHOENIX (AP) — The state-run COVID-19 vaccination site at Phoenix Municipal Stadium will move indoors Monday as it relocates to Desert Financial Arena on Arizona State University's Tempe campus, …

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Vaccination site at Phoenix stadium moving inside ASU arena

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PHOENIX (AP) — The state-run COVID-19 vaccination site at Phoenix Municipal Stadium will move indoors Monday as it relocates to Desert Financial Arena on Arizona State University's Tempe campus, the Department of Health Services announced Thursday.

The relocation of the outdoor site in a parking lot near the Phoenix-Tempe border is the latest change in the state's mass vaccination program to account for rising temperatures.

Free parking is available in a parking lot near the ASU arena which is close to transit routes, the department said.

People who already have second-dose appointments scheduled at Phoenix Municipal Stadium for Monday and later are being informed of the new location, the department said.

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