Note: These are the most recent numbers available, so they may not match the current Arizona Department of Health Services numbers, which are updated only once a day in the morning.
Arizona's number of cases is rising, but that's largely because of all the increase in testing procedures.
Is Arizona flattening the curve?
It is too soon to be sure. However, over the last few days, the projections for the total number of deaths have fallen by more than two hundred.
Cochise CountyWith the fourth COVID-19 case in Cochise County, they have confirmed community spread.
Fourth COVID case confirmed in Cochise County. First confirmed community spread. &mdash">https://t.co/Kdp6aY2GkM— CochiseCounty (@CochiseCounty) March 30, 2020
Yavapai County increased in number of COVID-19 cases to 31. The first minor has been diagnosed in Yavapai County.
31 Positive Cases
Quad Cities area: 19
Verde Valley area: 12
Seniors 65+ - 13
Adults 18-64 - 17
Minor - 1
There have been 3 hospitalizations in Yavapai County, but two of them have been discharged, leaving just one at Yavapai Regional Media Center.
It’s the most populous county in Arizona, and has the most cases of COVID-19. Approximately 18% of the cases are hospitalized, and more than a third of those are in the Intensive Care Unit.
Pima County has the second largest amount of COVID-19 cases. Out of the 217 cases, 35 are hospitalized and 13 are in the ICU.
The Navajo Nation, which crosses over into 3 states, almost has as many cases as Pima County with a total of 214 cases.
Coconino County reports 106 deaths, but of those, 60 are from tribal jurisdictions, with only 27 in the greater Flagstaff area.
County Health Department List & Links
Apache County: Website
Navajo County and Navajo Nation
Navajo County: Website
Total Cases: 88
Pima County: Website
Pinal County Website
Other Website Resources
Arizona Together: Arizona Together
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