Through the first two days of June, ADHS has reported 2,100 new COVID-19 cases and 64 coronavirus-related deaths.
The social media malady of not reading past the headline has created its fair share of confusion over the intent of Gov. Doug Ducey’s curfew order this week.
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 1,127 new COVID-19 positive tests between Monday and Tuesday.
For the second consecutive day, Arizona recorded its highest number yet of new COVID-19 positive tests Saturday.
Arizona recorded its highest number of new COVID-19 positive tests between Thursday and Friday as the state’s overall caseload surged past 18,000.
Arizona added 501 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. The state’s Health Services Department also confirmed 26 coronavirus deaths between Wednesday and Thursday.
Wednesday’s COVID-19 report from the Arizona Department of Health Services is a classic good-news, bad-news story.
With still no evidence of a decline in the acceleration of COVID-19 cases in Arizona, the state’s Department of Health Services reported 431 new cases in the past 24 hours, pushing the state’s total caseload to 16,039.
What the state’s jobless report fails to show is the number of people who are out of work by choice. They could be working.
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 418 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, pushing the state’s total caseload to 15,315. In addition, ADHS reported 16 coronavirus deaths in the past day, bringing the state’s death count to 763.
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Three consecutive weekends of COVID-19 “blitz” testing has resulted in a marked increase in Arizona’s caseload numbers.
The Arizona Department of Health Services documented 1,001 new COVID-19 positive tests over the weekend and 35 deaths.
In one full swoop, Danny Howe went from puffing out his chest to doing a classic duck-and-run. He went from hero to shrinking violet in the blink of an eye.
Three days after Gov. Doug Ducey announced he would let Arizona’s stay-at-home directive expire, the state’s Department of Health Services has reported 1,433 new COVID-19 cases and 89 deaths.
One day after Gov. Doug Ducey rescinded Arizona’s stay-at-home directive, the state’s Department of Health Services reported 440 new COVID-19 cases and 32 coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours.
With 25 new confirmed cases in the past 24 hours, Yavapai County now has documented more than 200 COVID-19 cases.
Arizona has seen a steady decline in the percentage ratio of positive COVID-19 cases since the state began its weekend “blitz testing.”
A Verde Village home has twice been the target of slashed tires and gun shots since April 25. The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in identifying those responsible.
Data processing from last weekend’s Arizona COVID-19 testing blitz resulted in more positive tests being recorded than at any previous time since testing began in January.
Arizona experienced both its highest number of new COVID-19 cases and deaths in the past 24 hours as the state’s overall caseload soared past the 10,000 mark.
Arizonans 65 and older now account for nearly 80% of the COVID-19 deaths in the state, according to the Thursday morning report from the state’s health services department.
Arizona has added nearly 800 new COVID-19 positive cases and recorded 64 coronavirus deaths in the past two days, according to the state health services department.
The Arizona Department of Health Services Tuesday reported 33 COVID-19 deaths in the past 24 hours, the highest single-day death tally since the state began coronavirus documentation.
Forty-six of those new cases were reported in Yavapai County; 44 of those were among women.
From a healthcare perspective, reopening Arizona’s economy on a statewide basis could be just as disastrous as keeping it closed has been economically.
Arizona recorded its highest two-day gain in new COVID-19 cases with 760 positive tests since Wednesday.
On the same day Gov. Doug Ducey extended the state’s stay-at-home order to May 15, Arizona recorded its highest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s plan to do COVID-19 "blitz'' testing of up to 60,000 Arizonans will include the Verde Valley.
Any level-headed person has to respect the sentiment on both sides of this debate. People are dying. People are also dying to go back to work.
During the worst of times we’ve seen the very best of the Verde Valley.
Arizona reported 310 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, the highest single-day increase since documentation began Jan. 26.
Arizona has added another 1,000 cases every four to five days.
In Arizona, that extrapolation of numbers has resulted in 1,000 new cases of coronavirus every four to seven days over the past 20 days.
COTTONWOOD — April 21 was supposed to be a day that Cottonwood’s Annabelle Archer and her three children would never forget.
The Arizona Department of Health Services confirmed 272 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, pushing the state’s total to more than 4,000 cases.
Since the onset of COVID-19 in America, health professionals have warned that elderly people face the highest risk from coronavirus.
Yavapai County Community Health Services Tuesday reported there are now 70 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county; 29 of them coming from the Verde Valley.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona continued their slower pace over the weekend with the state reporting 161 new cases in the past 24 hours.