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There are now 2,269 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Arizona

There are now 2,269 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Arizona, with 64 coronavirus-related deaths, according to the state's latest numbers.

Cases are up from 2,019 confirmed cases on Saturday with 52 deaths. 

One week ago, the state had 919 cases and 17 deaths. 

Here's a county breakdown:


  1. Maricopa: 1,326
  2. Pima: 372
  3. Pinal: 103
  4. Coconino: 155
  5. Navajo: 195
  6. Apache: 23
  7. Mohave: 16
  8. La Paz: 3
  9. Yuma: 13
  10. Graham: 2
  11. Cochise: 8
  12. Santa Cruz: 4
  13. Yavapai: 43
  14. Gila: 3
  15. Greenlee: 1

Maricopa County's official numbers on their website show 1,318 cases Phoenix News of coronavirus in the county as of Sunday morning.

According to the county, there are 28 cases in ages 0-19. 

The new 20-44 age group has 39% of cases, 36% cases fall between 45 and 64 years old and 23% of cases are 65 years and older, as of Sunday morning.

Among Maricopa County cases, 244 (19%) were hospitalized and 84 (6%) were in the intensive care unit. 31 (2%) people have died in Maricopa County.

321 cases, 13 deaths for the Navajo Nation
According to the Navajo Nation's latest numbers, there are 321 cases and 13 deaths related to COVID-19. In total, 258 of those cases are in Arizona (Navajo County: 137, Coconino County: 90, Apache County: 31).

On Saturday, the Navajo Police Department began issuing citations and fines for individuals who violate the Navajo Nation’s “Stay at Home Order” and daily curfew that requires all residents to be home between 8:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. 

Arizona’s major disaster declaration approved
President Trump has approved Gov. Doug’s Ducey’s request to declare a major disaster. This will make federal resources available to the state to help contain the coronavirus outbreak.

Mohave County confirms its first COVID-19 related death
Mohave County Department of Public Health confirmed the county's first COVID-19-related death was a resident over the age of 65 who had other underlying health conditions. 

MCDPH  also stated that the county now has 18 confirmed Press Release Distribution Services In Phoenix cases of coronavirus, with nine positive confirmed cases in the Lake Havasu City area, six in Kingman, and two in Bullhead City.

Nail salons, barbers, other services close
Gov. Doug Ducey is re-defining "essential businesses" to close more places during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Under the original executive order early last week, "personal hygiene services" like barbershops and beauty salons were considered essential and allowed to stay open. 

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