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While some reports have emerged claiming that the omicron variant of COVID-19 isn’t as lethal as its predecessors, other reports suggest that it’s still may be too early to tell its true severity.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the first oral antiviral — called Paxlovid — for the outpatient treatment of mild to moderate COVID-19 in adult and pediatric patients 12 and older who are at high risk for progressing to severe COVID-19, including hospitalization or death.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has authorized Moderna and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 booster doses for eligible individuals.
It is a myth that if you are vaccinated for COVID-19, you won’t get sick.
Yavapai County reported 170 new COVID 19 cases and two deaths since last Friday.
Arizona is reporting nearly another 2,600 new COVID-19 cases as well as 38 more deaths.
Arizona is on pace to record its 1 millionth COVID-19 infection within the next week, and health experts fear that kids in schools and the looming Labor Day holiday will only make matters worse.
Yavapai County reports 228 COVID-19 cases and one death since Friday.
Arizona on Wednesday reported its largest daily number of additional confirmed COVID-19 cases in four months but public health officials attributed the rise to an “electronic reporting issue” that lowered numbers the two previous days.
Students go back to school in about a month, and there are still many questions about what COVID-19 protocols will look like.
Arizona on Saturday, July 10, reported 807 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases as the state passed the pandemic milestone of 900,000 virus cases.
Yavapai County reported 94 COVID-19 cases since Tuesday, July 7, for an average of 23 cases per day. There were 36 cases reported overnight Thursday — 32 of them in the Quad Cities.
Arizona on Wednesday reported 373 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases and four more deaths.
On Monday, June 28, Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) reported 30 COVID-19 cases and one fewer death since Friday, according to a news release.
Health officials in Arizona continue to see a bump in new daily COVID-19 case numbers.
For folks eager to return to life as it was before a global pandemic, there is good news and not-so-good news.
Nearly all recent COVID-19 cases in the state of Arizona are coming from unvaccinated individuals, Arizona Department of Health Services Director Cara Christ said in a recent statement.
Arizona authorities on Monday reported 394 additional COVID-19 cases but no deaths from the virus.
After a lag in reporting due to the Memorial Day holiday, Arizona is reporting more than 900 new confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Health officials in Arizona on Wednesday, May 19, reported 540 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 17 new deaths.
The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) dashboard indicates that Arizona has administered over 5.5 million doses of the three COVID-19 vaccines offered in the state with 43.8% of the state’s residents having received at least one dose.
Arizona is reporting 469 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths.
The Arizona Department of Health Services has advised health care providers to resume use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine now that the federal government has lifted an 11-day pause following a safety review.
According to the Arizona Department of Health Services dashboard, on Saturday morning, Yavapai saw 33 additional COVID cases and four deaths overnight.
While the overall outbreak of COVID-19 continues to slow in the state, the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) announced late Friday that three cases were discovered in Arizona of a fast-spreading variant of the coronavirus that was first discovered in Brazil.
Health officials in Arizona on Sunday reported 1,075 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 13 deaths as the state's death toll from the recently slowing coronavirus outbreak approached 16,000.
Yavapai County Community Health Services reported 51 new cases of COVID-19 overnight and no new deaths, according to a news release Friday morning.
Arizona on Saturday, Jan. 30, reported 5,119 additional known COVID-19 cases and 76 deaths.
Yavapai County Community Health Services reported 56 new cases of COVID-19, with four new deaths, according to a news release Tuesday afternoon.
Arizona remains a national COVID-19 hot spot with health officials on Sunday reporting more than 11,000 new cases for the third consecutive day plus 105 more deaths.
Arizona began 2021 by reporting over 10,000 additional known COVID-19 cases as the state's death toll from the coronavirus passed 9,000 and the surge kept hospitals nearly full.
A record number of COVID-19 patients are in the ICU in Arizona.
Arizona on Thursday, Dec. 24, reported more than 7,000 new known coronavirus infections as the state’s current surge continues to set pandemic-high records for COVID-19 hospitalizations.
Yavapai County Community Health Services reported 176 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths overnight, according to a news release Friday morning, Dec. 18.
Health officials in Arizona on Sunday reported 5,854 new COVID-19 cases and 35 more deaths.
Arizona health officials on Sunday reported 5,376 more COVID-19 cases and 25 additional deaths.
Arizona health officials on Sunday reported 2,383 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths.
Arizona health officials on Sunday reported 1,880 new COVID-19 cases and 17 additional deaths.
Yavapai County Community Health Services reported 85 new cases of COVID-19 over the Halloween weekend, according to a news release Monday afternoon.
Yavapai County Community Health Services reported 29 new cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Yavapai County overnight, according to a news release Wednesday morning.
Arizona health officials on Sunday reported 742 new confirmed coronavirus cases with three additional deaths.
Arizona health officials on Sunday reported 469 new coronavirus cases and nine additional deaths, increasing the statewide totals to 214,018 cases and 5,476 known deaths
Arizona Department of Health Services officials on Sunday reported 384 more confirmed coronavirus cases and seven additional deaths amid continued slowing in the coronavirus outbreak in the state.
Arizona health officials reported 250 new coronavirus cases on Sunday and 14 more deaths from COVID-19.
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Saturday, Aug. 22, reported 996 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases with 68 additional deaths, raising the state’s totals to 197,895 cases and 4,756 deaths as reports of infections and deaths continued to slow.
Arizona health officials on Sunday reported 816 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases with 13 more deaths amid slowing of the state's coronavirus outbreak.
In Yavapai County, COVID-19 is a firm reality and health leaders are working with congregate nursing and assisted-living facilities to limit and control outbreaks that have led to a number of deaths.
Arizona's death toll from the coronavirus outbreak has risen by 3 and the number of COVID-19 cases reported statewide is up by 1,233 as a surge of new cases continues.
Starting Wednesday, YCCHS began sharing a new location report that breaks out the number of confirmed cases at Mingus Mountain Academy, an all-girls residential treatment center in Prescott valley for at-risk teens and the site of the largest COVID-19 cluster in the county.
As the state prepares for an economic reopening, the total reported confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Yavapai County increased to 139, Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) reported Tuesday, May 5.
According to a Yavapai County Community Health Services release Sunday morning, the county is up to 91 confirmed cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Yavapai County has tested 2,237 residents, with 2,161 tests negative and 76 positives, six recoveries and one death, according to a release from Yavapai County Community Health Services on Sunday morning.
In Yavapai County, 2,037 residents have been tested with 1,966 negative for COVID-19, 71 positive with five recoveries, and one death, according to a Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) release Monday morning.
As of Wednesday afternoon, April 15, Yavapai County reports 71 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Statewide, there were an additional 11 deaths reported overnight.