Photo Gallery: A look at Health Sciences' COVID-19 response and relief efforts

Photo Gallery: A look at Health Sciences' COVID-19 response and relief efforts

By University of Arizona Health Sciences
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Members of University of Arizona Emergency Medical Services and other first responders gather outside the Cole and Jeannie Davis Sports Center, where COVID-19 testing has been offered.
Members of University of Arizona Emergency Medical Services and other first responders gather outside the Cole and Jeannie Davis Sports Center, where COVID-19 testing has been offered.

The University of Arizona Health Sciences has been leading a comprehensive response to COVID-19, with researchers, students, professors and staff jumping in to help.

From making masks to connecting the homeless population of Tucson with health care resources, community outreach efforts have aimed to serve unmet needs.

In Health Sciences labs, scientists have created kits to collect samples for active COVID-19 infection testing and developed an antibody test to discover the reach of the virus.

See photos of these efforts in a gallery posted on the Health Sciences Connect website.

A version of this story originally appeared on the Health Sciences Connect website.

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