PHOENIX — The first doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Arizona Monday, with the state expecting to have around 58,500 doses split between Maricopa and Pima counties first.
That arrival will be followed by several more shipments of the vaccine from Pfizer and Moderna coming in through the next week.
As our state starts to receive the much-anticipated vaccine, we know Arizona residents still have questions over safety, how the vaccine will be rolled out, and when can the general public really expect to receive it.
To help get answers, ABC15 hosted a live town hall Tuesday on ABC15 News at 6 p.m. A team including Valley doctors and health experts tackled your questions on what to expect as the COVID-19 vaccine arrives in our state.
Watch the town hall from Tuesday evening in the player below.
See coverage from our ABC15 Mornings town hall embedded below.