COVID19

City, county, district combine for mass vaccine event

Posted 3/5/21

In partnership with the city of Surprise, Fry’s Pharmacy and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health, the Dysart Unified School District hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for PreK-12 …

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COVID19

City, county, district combine for mass vaccine event

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In partnership with the city of Surprise, Fry’s Pharmacy and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health, the Dysart Unified School District hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for PreK-12 school employees and child care workers in late February at the district support facility.

About 780 educators throughout the West Valley received their vaccinations through the event.

In its March 2 COVID-19 update, the Dysart Unified School District reported 13 cases. The district also reported 13 cases Feb. 23 and 19 cases Feb. 16.

Here are the cases as of March 2:
• 3 — Rancho Gabriela Elementary School, Shadow Ridge High School.
• 2 - Mountain View Elementary School, Valley Vista and Willow Canyon high schools.
• 1 — Dysart High School.

Eighteen of the district’s elementary schools and Sundown Mountain Alternative School did not report a single case March 3.

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