PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona has administered more than half of its COVID-19 vaccine supply but is expected to get more than 1 million doses soon.
The Arizona Department of Health Services' daily vaccine report Tuesday shows the state has given out 59% of its vaccine doses, or more than 702,000.
But 1.2 million doses were expected to be shipped this week.
Meanwhile, COVID-19 hospitalizations and confirmed new infections are dropping.
Despite that, Arizona had the third-worst COVID-19 diagnosis rate in the U.S. over the past week.
The state reported over 2,900 new cases and 238 deaths Tuesday.