/ Modified feb 19, 2021 4:19 p.m.

Arizona National Guard’s role in state’s pandemic response

Arizona National Guard’s role in state’s pandemic response

Operations at the state’s newest vaccination site kicked off this week at the University of Arizona. Already a hub for hundreds of vaccines daily, with the state’s backing officials hope it will eventually run as a 24/7 site that can administer up to 6,000 doses a day. The Arizona National Guard is standing by to assist if needed. Lorraine Rivera spoke to Maj. Gen. Michael McGuire about what the Guard’s role has been in the state’s pandemic response thus far.

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