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Coronavirus in Arizona - Latest case numbers

Navajo Nation reports 354 total positive cases of COVID-19 and one more death is confirmed

Mohave County confirms 18th positive COVID-19 case.

The number of coronavirus-related deaths on the Navajo Nation is now 13, according to authorities.

The Navajo Department of Health and Navajo Area Indian Phoenix News Health Service announced one new death and 51 new confirmed cases.

Of the 321 confirmed positive cases, most are in Arizona including 137 in Navajo County.

Statistics show 30 COVID-19 cases in New Mexico’s San Juan County, 17 in McKinley County, seven in Cibola County and two in Socorro County.

The tribe’s vast reservation also stretches into Utah and seven coronavirus cases are reported in one county there.

April 5, 9 a.m.

Arizona now has 2,269 confirmed cases of coronavirus with the death toll at 64, authorities said Sunday.

According to the updated numbers from the state Department of Health Services, Arizona has reported 250 more cases and 12 more COVID-19 deaths since Saturday.

All 15 of Arizona counties have diagnosed coronavirus cases.

About half of the state’s cases and deaths have been in Maricopa County, which includes most of metro Phoenix.

Maricopa County released new statistics for their cases: 

President Donald Trump on Saturday approved Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s request for a major disaster declaration.

The approval opens the door for the state to receive additional federal assistance.

Mohave County reports 5 additional COVID-19 cases. There are now 17 confirmed cases in the county. One of the three newest cases resulted in the first COVID-19-related death in the county. 

There are 2,019 cases of coronavirus in Arizona and 52 deaths - a 250-case increase from April 3, according to new AZDHS numbers.



Officials with Coconino County say there are now 139 confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the county, an increase of 23. Two more deaths have been reported, raising the death toll to 10.

A13th positive case in Mohave County has been identified. The case is a patient from Lake Havasu who is currently being hospitalized.

Officials with the Navajo Nation say there are now 270 positive cases of COVID-19 within its territory, an increase of 29 cases. Four more people have died, raising the death toll to 12

Santa Cruz County is reporting its fourth confirmed case of COVID-19. Officials say the person infected is recovering well at home.

Mohave County has confirmed two additional cases of coronavirus. The Press Release Distribution Services In Phoenix first case involves an adult who is recovering in isolation at home in the Lake Havasu City area. Health officials say this person is epidemiologically linked to a previous case. The second is an adult near Kingman who is also in isolation and recovering at home.

A spokesperson confirms an individual who works on Fort Huachuca and is a resident of Cochise County is the installation's first positive case of COVID-19, making it the fifth confirmed case in the county.
Yavapai County confirms there are 41 COVID-19 cases, an increase of seven cases from the prior day.

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