Yavapai County is reporting a positive COVID-19 case at the Bob Stump Veterans Administration Health Medical Center. In addition, there are two patients that have been tested for COVID-19 and are waiting on results. Across the country, there are 4,097 Positive Veteran Cases.
A total of 67 cases have been reported in Yavapai County, with one death.
- Quad Cities area has 36
- Mayer has 5
- Verde Valley has 26
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The Institute for Health Metrics an Evaluation (IHME) has adjusted the projections for Arizona, and is now predicting that the Deaths per Day will peak at 26 on May 2. IHME is projecting a total of 1,005 deaths by August 4.
The Arizona Department of Health Services has added additional data on their website. At this point, they provide:
- Total Number of Cases
- Number of Deaths
- COVID-19 Cases by Age Group, Gender, Race/Ethnicity
- COVID-19 Testing
- COVID-19 Testing by County, Age Group, Results
- COVID-19 Deaths by County, Week, Age Group, Gender, Race Ethnicity
- COVID-19 Cases by Zip Code - a mobile version is also available. Click on this link to zoom in: Cases by Zip Code
Data from the Navajo Nation was not published on Easter Sunday, but tonight the number of COVID-19 cases is up to 813, with 28 deaths.
The Navajo Nation instituted a 57 hour curfew over the weekend, from 8 PM on Friday to 5 AM Monday morning. The Navajo Police issued over 115 citations for curfew violations in that time.
Coconino County is offering COVID-19 testing in Tusayan and Williams this Thursday and Friday.
County Health Department List & Links
Apache County: Website
Navajo County and Navajo Nation
Navajo County: Website
Total Cases: 210
Pima County: Website
Pinal County Website
Other Website Resources
Arizona Together: Arizona Together
New Google Website
Editor's note: We collect data from a variety of sources for this information, including state and county websites. We use the latest information we can find. This chart changes frequently throughout the day.