COVID-19 Management Updates

May 18, 2022

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

VISITOR INFORMATION - UPDATED APRIL 28, 2022

While COVID-19 numbers throughout the state of Arizona are low, out of an abundance of caution, ADCRR is still adhering to CDC guidelines due to our congregate settings. Therefore, ADCRR will continue to implement activities to minimize the impact of COVID-19 at our facilities with the following updates:

  1. During visits, inmates may have up to six visitors (previous limitation was three visitors per-inmate).
  2. Inmates and visitors may also share a brief embrace at the beginning and end of a visit.

PLEASE NOTE: Masks are still mandatory and may not be removed during visits. Visitation blocks remain the same. Phase 1 inmates are currently not authorized for in-person visits.

ADCRR will continue to review COVID-19 protocols and modify them as needed.

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January 7, 2022

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR OFFERING BOOSTER SHOTS TO INMATES

(PHOENIX) — The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation, and Reentry (ADCRR) is offering booster shots to inmates who have been fully immunized.  The booster shot will help improve immunity against COVID-19, including new variants.   The boosters are currently being rolled out across all ten state prison complexes as well as ADCRR’s six private contract facilities.  Booster shots have additionally been offered onsite at each state prison facility to ADCRR officers and professional staff who have been fully immunized.    

ADCRR continues to mandate face coverings for inmates in indoor settings when outside of their housing unit.  Ongoing COVID-19 protocols also remain in place for both staff and inmates.  Inmates who have not yet received the COVID-19 vaccine are being encouraged to do so, but the vaccine remains voluntary. 

“We remain grateful to Governor Doug Ducey and our partners at the Arizona Department of Health Services, for their ongoing commitment in providing COVID-19 resources for our staff and those in our custody,” said ADCRR Director, David Shinn. “The COVID-19 booster shots, particularly amid the latest variant, will go a long way in helping our outstanding correctional officers and professional staff, as we continue our work to mitigate COVID-19 within our congregate correctional setting.”

The Department continues COVID-19 testing for inmates across its state and private prison facilities, as well as at the Department’s intake centers.

COVID-19 data is updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard. Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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October 27, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR VACCINATES MORE THAN 80% OF ITS INMATE POPULATION

(PHOENIX) - The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry has fully vaccinated more than 80% of its inmate population against the COVID-19 virus.

Among the Department’s current inmate population of 34,690 inmates, there are currently a total of 12 positive COVID cases system-wide, or less than 0.035% of the population. And of the inmates who have tested positive since the pandemic began early last year, more than 99% have recovered. 

“ADCRR takes care of its inmates," said Director David Shinn. "This exceptional success would not have been possible without the dedication and hard work of many. Our corrections officers and professional staff made fighting COVID a top priority and these numbers show just how good they are at their jobs."

ADCRR remains one of only a handful of state correctional agencies in the nation to mass test their entire inmate population, not only once, but twice.  The Department continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates across its state and private prison facilities as well as at the Department’s intake centers.

"The two greatest resources we received were tests and vaccines," Director Shinn said. "I am thankful to Governor Doug Ducey, our partners at the Arizona Department of Health Services, and the Arizona Army National Guard, for the resources and support they have provided to us throughout the pandemic. The successful rollout of the vaccine and the high vaccination numbers we have at ADCRR are a testament to how seriously we have taken this once-in-a-lifetime public health challenge.

COVID-19 data is updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard. Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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September 24, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Begins Phase IV Reopening

(PHOENIX) - The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) is expanding its in-person visitation hours as part of the Department's Phase IV reopening. Effective immediately,visitation rooms may operate at 100 percent rated capacity. Vending machines are also now available again in the visitation units. 

Due to the new visitation hours, Phase II inmates will be eligible to now receive two, four-hour blocks of in-person visits per week. Phase III inmates continue to be eligible to receive two, four-hour blocks of in-person visits per week. In-person visits will need to be scheduled in advance with the complex unit visitation office and will continue to be limited to two adult visitors and one minor child, or three people.

Video visits also remain available.

Since the phased reopening began, ACI and Intergovernmental Agreements have also been reinstated.  Inmate work crews and staff will continue the use of mandatory face coverings while working off-site and CDC social distancing guidelines continue to be maintained.  Returning inmate work crews will continue to be closely monitored in collaboration with Centurion, ADCRR’s contracted medical vendor. Mandatory wellness checks also continue for all ADCRR staff entering facilities.  

The Department continues to follow state and CDC guidelines for congregate care settings to protect those in our custody. 

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August 13, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Begins Phase III Reopening

(PHOENIX) - The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) has revised its in-person visitation hours as part of the Department's Phase III reopening.  The new hours will be effective August 21, 2021.  Phase II inmates will be eligible to receive one, four-hour block of in-person visits per week. Phase III inmates will be eligible to receive two, four-hour blocks of in-person visits per week.  In-person visits will need to be scheduled in advance with the unit visitation office. Video visits also remain available and in-person visits will continue to be limited to two adult visitors and one minor child, or three people.

On June 19, 2021, as part of the Department’s Phase I reopening, in-person inmate visits along with in-person attorney visits, volunteer service activities and the Department’s Second Chance Centers, also resumed. 

Since the phased reopening began, ACI and Intergovernmental Agreements have also been reinstated. Inmate work crews and staff will continue the use of mandatory face coverings while working off-site and CDC social distancing guidelines continue to be maintained.  Returning inmate work crews will continue to be closely monitored in collaboration with Centurion, ADCRR’s contracted medical vendor. Mandatory wellness checks also continue for all ADCRR staff entering facilities.  

The Department continues to follow state and CDC guidelines for congregate care settings to protect those in our custody. 

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July 9, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Begins Phase II Reopening

(PHOENIX) — The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) has resumed all Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) work programs as part of its Phase II reopening which began earlier this week.  ADCRR’s Maricopa and Pima Reentry Centers have also reopened along with in-person immigration hearings at all facilities.  

Arizona Correctional Industries (ACI) has also resumed work crew activities as part of the reopening. Crews have resumed work with multiple contracted partners including L & L Manufactured Components, Ascent Aviation Services, Erickson Framing, Du-Brook Dairy, and Fiesta Canning, among others.  ACI, a division of the ADCRR, was developed more than 35 years ago to provide structured programming to create opportunities for offenders to gain valuable job skills and strong work habits.  ACI inmate programs allow inmates to be paid for their work.  

The work crews and staff will continue the use of mandatory face coverings while working off-site and CDC social distancing guidelines will also be maintained.  All returning inmate crews are also being closely monitored in collaboration with Centurion, ADCRR’s contracted medical vendor.  

On June 19, 2021, in-person visits resumed as part of the Department's Phase I reopening. In-person visits are currently limited to two adult visitors and one minor child, or three people. The first phase reopening also recommenced in-person attorney visits, volunteer service activities and the Department’s Second Chance Centers.  

ADCRR continues to follow state and CDC guidelines for congregate care settings to protect those in our custody.  
                                                                                       

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June 11, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

Over 72% of ADCRR Inmates Fully Vaccinated

(PHOENIX)— The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities.  

More than  26,000 inmates, or 72.52% of the population, are fully vaccinated.  The Department has received 44,880 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered a total of 44,891 first and second dose vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. The private prisons have administered a total of 10,473 vaccines to date. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard. Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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June 4, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

Over 71% of ADCRR Inmates Fully Vaccinated

(PHOENIX) - Nearly 26,000 inmates, or 71.37% of the population, are fully vaccinated.  The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 44,880 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered a total of 44,452 first and second dose vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. The private prisons have administered a total of 10,357 vaccines to date. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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May 28, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

More Than 70% of ADCRR Inmate Population Now Fully Vaccinated

(PHOENIX) - In partnership with Centurion, our medical healthcare vendor, we are pleased to announce that more than 25,000 inmates, or 70.4% of the population, are fully vaccinated.  The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 44,880 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered a total of 44,215 first and second dose vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered a total of 10,273 vaccines to date. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will continue to provide weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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May 27, 2021

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 ADCRR Begins Phased Reopening With In-Person Visits

 

(PHOENIX)— The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) is resuming in-person visitation and launching a phased reopening of inmate work programs.

In-person visitations will resume June 19, 2021. Visits will be limited to two adult visitors and one minor child, or three people. The phased reopening also recommences in-person attorney visits, volunteer service activities and the Department’s Second Chance Centers.  

The resumption of work programs is scheduled to begin the week of June 6, which initiates a phased rollout of work programs over the next two months. All returning inmate crews will be monitored closely in collaboration with Centurion, ADCRR’s contracted medical vendor.  

“We recognize the significant challenges and sacrifices that everyone has experienced over the past year and I want to particularly thank Governor Doug Ducey and Dr. Cara Christ, Director of the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), for their continued support and timely resources,” said ADCRR Director David Shinn. “We appreciate everyone’s patience as we reopen in phases and continue to follow state and CDC guidelines for congregate care settings to protect those in our custody.”

For more details on the phased reopening, please click on the following link here

 

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May 21, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Has Administered Over 53,000 Vaccines to Inmates

(PHOENIX) - The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 43,580 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered a total of 43,587 first and second dose vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered a total of 9,792 vaccines to date. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will continue to provide weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on the ADCRR dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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May 14, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Has Administered Over 44,000 Vaccines to Inmates

(PHOENIX) - The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 43,580 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered a total of 36,494 first and second dose vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered a total of 8,095 vaccines to date. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will continue to provide weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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May 7, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Has Administered Nearly 28,000 Vaccines to Inmates

(PHOENIX) - The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 31,580 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered 22,795 vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered 5,179 vaccines. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will continue to provide weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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April 30, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Has Administered Over 27,500 Vaccines to Inmates

(PHOENIX) - The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 31,180 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered 22,575 vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered 5,079 vaccines. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will continue to provide weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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April 23, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Has Administered Over 25,000 Vaccines to Inmates

(PHOENIX) —The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 27,980 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered 21,193 vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered 4,511 vaccines. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will continue to provide weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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April 16, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Has Administered More Than 18,000 Vaccines to Inmates

(PHOENIX) —The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 19,980 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered 13,903 vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered 4,233 vaccines. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will continue to provide weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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April 9, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Has Administered More Than 12,000 Vaccines to Inmates

(PHOENIX) - The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 11,690 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered 10,091 vaccines at our ten state prison complexes to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered 1,964 vaccines. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will continue to provide weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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April 2, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

ADCRR Inmates Have Received Over 6,800 Vaccines

(PHOENIX) - The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its state as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 6,540 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered 5,499 vaccines to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered 1,361 vaccines. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will provide weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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March 26, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

COVID-19 Inmate Vaccines Update

(PHOENIX)—The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) is offering COVID-19 vaccines to inmates at its 10 state complexes as well as private prison facilities. The Department has received 3,940 doses thus far from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and has administered 3,337 total vaccines to date. Additionally, the private prisons have administered 1,034 vaccines to date. Currently, ADCRR has an inmate population of 36,768. We will continue to offer the vaccines as they are allocated to the Department and will be providing weekly updates on the total number of vaccines administered.

“We are grateful for the support of Governor Doug Ducey and our ongoing collaboration with ADHS Director, Dr. Cara Christ, in offering our inmate population the vaccine, especially those who are at higher risk for severe outcomes from COVID-19,” said ADCRR Director David Shinn. “ADCRR continues to work closely with ADHS to ensure that inmates interested in receiving the vaccine are given the opportunity to do so. It is another significant step towards keeping inmates, correctional employees and our communities safe.”

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at: https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard.  Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February 2020.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.

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January 15, 2021

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION AND REENTRY

COVID-19 Management Strategy Update

(PHOENIX) — COVID-19 vaccinations are underway at ASPC-Perryville for correctional officers who are part of the 1B protective services personnel group. The officers began receiving the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccination on a voluntary basis early this morning. Next Monday, vaccinations will also begin at ASPC-Perryville for Centurion healthcare workers who are part of the 1A frontline healthcare group.  Centurion is the health care provider for the ADCRR inmate population. Many Centurion healthcare providers serving ADCRR complexes have already received vaccines through state run POD locations, with some having completed the two-dose series. ADCRR Correctional Officers are also eligible to receive the vaccine through the POD locations that are available in each Arizona county, such as the 24/7 vaccine POD located at State Farm Stadium in Glendale.   

As ADCRR facilities acquire additional vaccines, distribution will begin for correctional officers (1B) and healthcare workers (1A) at other complexes. ADCRR has also formulated a comprehensive distribution plan in close collaboration with ADHS for the vaccination of inmates, starting with individuals based on age or medical conditions most at risk for complications if infected by COVID-19.   The anticipated administering of vaccines to our vulnerable inmate population is dependent on the number of vaccines received, and locations where they are received.  Receiving the vaccine is voluntary.  

In another proactive step against COVID-19, on Tuesday, January 19, ADCRR will begin offering a second round of widespread PCR testing to its nearly 38,000 inmates. The testing, in collaboration with the Arizona Department of Health Services, will take place at all 10 complexes as well as ADCRR’s private prison facilities. Last August, ADCRR became one of only a handful of state correctional agencies in the nation to mass test their entire inmate population and continues to remain in this category with a second round of mass testing.

The broad testing allows the department to identify asymptomatic spread and then isolate and group inmates as needed to mitigate COVID-19 spread in its facilities. Each test is then recorded in the individual inmate’s medical record. More than 85,000 inmate tests have been conducted across our state and contract prison facilities since COVID-19 emerged last year.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Department has been in compliance with CDC and ADHS guidelines in taking broad-steps to mitigate the risk and impact of COVID-19 in all of our facilities. Keeping our staff, inmates and communities safe continues to be our top priority. 

COVID-19 data continues to be updated on ADCRR’s dashboard at https://corrections.az.gov/adcrr-covid-19-dashboard. Please note the data on the dashboard is cumulative back to February.  For the latest regarding ADCRR’s COVID-19 management strategy, please also visit: https://corrections.az.gov/covid-19-management-updates.


 

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