The state has administered 659,728 vaccines as of Jan. 31, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services—adding more than 250,000 new vaccinations in the last week.

Tens of thousands of inoculations have occurred at the state's 24/7 vaccination site at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. Feb. 1 marks the opening of a 24/7 vaccination site at Phoenix Municipal Stadium.

“We are getting more and more doses into the arms of Arizonans,” ADHS Director Dr. Cara Christ said in a statement. “The success of our State Farm Stadium vaccination site has made it clear that Arizona can efficiently and effectively administer vaccine to large numbers. Now the federal government has to step up its game and provide additional vaccine to support Arizona’s proven momentum.”

As of Jan. 31, Arizona has administered 545,860 COVID-19 partial vaccine doses and 101,352 complete doses.

The ADHS requested an ongoing 300,000 additional doses weekly from the federal government—but the request was denied, and the state, counties and tribal governments were only able to order 169,000 doses, according to the ADHS.

“Our message to our federal partners is simple: Give Arizona more vaccine, and we will make good use of it,” Christ said. “We have significant available capacity to expand where vaccine is offered, make more appointments available and move forward with protecting our vulnerable populations.”

All appointments at the two state-run sites are booked through February, though appointments have been reserved for those vaccinated at a state-run site to receive second doses.

As Arizona receives more vaccine doses and adds more appointments, those in groups prioritized for vaccination can register for appointments at State Farm Stadium and multiple other vaccination sites at Information about all vaccination sites across Arizona can be found at Those without computer access or who need extra help registering can call 844-542-8201 to be connected with someone who can assist.