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AZDHS twice-monthly report on COVID-19 outcomes by vaccination status, which includes data from January when Omicron was firmly established as the dominant variant, now looks at the impact of booster doses on COVID-19 infection, hospitalization and death.
Throughout the pandemic, the state government and Arizona’s hospitals have worked together to provide data critical to understanding and responding to the invisible enemy that is COVID-19.
Every home in the U.S. is now able to order free rapid tests at www.covidtests.gov.
Yavapai County Friday reported 1,262 COVID-19 cases and 17 deaths since Monday, Jan. 10.
Arizona on Wednesday reported 3,411 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases and 27 more virus deaths as several pandemic metrics showed decreases.
Arizona health officials are reporting 2,176 new confirmed COVID-19 cases but no additional deaths.
Yavapai County reports 615 COVID-19 cases and 20 deaths since Monday, Nov. 8, 2021. The county has tested 98,241 residents for COVID-19 in the past six months, and there have been 30,102 positive cases and 735 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.
Arizona on Saturday reported over 3,000 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases for the third straight day as virus-related hospitalizations reached their highest level since late September.
Arizona on Friday reported over 3,000 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases, one of the highest number of infections reported on a single day his month, as the rate of additional deaths increased slightly.
Arizona on Thursday reported 2,529 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases and 32 more deaths as the state’s pandemic totals increased to 1,111,359 cases and 20,282 deaths.
Yavapai County on Friday reported 388 COVID-19 cases and seven deaths since Monday.
Arizona health officials are reporting 2,855 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and another 27 related deaths.
Arizona on Thursday reported nearly 2,500 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases as virus-related hospitalizations remained over 2,000 for the 10th straight day.
Health officials in Arizona on Sunday reported 2,090 more confirmed COVID-19 cases and eight additional deaths.
Arizona reported 2,632 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 but no new deaths Monday, Aug. 23.
Yavapai County reports 177 COVID-19 cases since Friday, while the state reported 2,191 new confirmed cases but no new deaths Monday.
Arizona is seeing another significant leap in new COVID-19 infections, with more than 2,800 reported Friday while Yavapai County reports 382 new cases and six deaths since Monday.
With 138 COVID-19 cases reported in Yavapai County since Friday, July 9, the county leadership is very concerned for the welfare of its citizens. Community mitigation measures have been relaxed, but the virus is still prevalent in our communities.
Arizona authorities on Tuesday reported 423 additional COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths from the virus.
Arizona's seven state-run vaccination sites on Thursday began offering the Pfizer COVID-19 shot to children ages 12-15.
As of the first week of May, 50.1% of people who are eligible in Arizona have received the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Arizona on Wednesday reported 742 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases and five more deaths as the state's rates of new cases and deaths moved in different directions.
Pima County and the Federal Emergency Management Agency launched two mobile vaccination units on Monday, May 3, in an eight-week effort to provide vaccinations in the hardest-to-reach communities.
Following a thorough safety review, including two meetings of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have determined that the recommended pause regarding the use of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S. should be lifted and use of the vaccine should resume, according to a news release.
With only 56.1% of Yavapai County’s 65-and-older population vaccinated, many community partners are stepping up to assist seniors in obtaining their vaccine, but another valuable resource includes residents encouraging their friends and neighbors to get an appointment right away.