Maricopa County sees large spike in flu, COVID-19 and RSV

Arizona has trailed the nation in COVID-19 vaccine acceptance, which experts say combined with the emergence of new virus variants to lead to a resurgence of infections. After falling to hundreds of cases a day in the summer, the state has averaged more than 3,000 new cases a day for the last three months – and 5,687 cases on Thursday alone. (Photo courtesy U.S. AID Indonesia)

Arizona has trailed the nation in COVID-19 vaccine acceptance, which experts say combined with the emergence of new virus variants to lead to a resurgence of infections. After falling to hundreds of cases a day in the summer, the state has averaged more than 3,000 new cases a day for the last three months – and 5,687 cases on Thursday alone. (Photo courtesy U.S. AID Indonesia)

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