Arizona surpasses 20,000 COVID-19 optimistic checks | The Verde Impartial
Arizona pushed past 20,000 COVID-19 cases on Monday, and a dramatic drop in new cases was confirmed on Sunday.
The Arizona Department of Health’s coronavirus report on Monday shows 187 new positive tests, which has decreased significantly after three consecutive days of more than 600 new cases confirmed. In total, Arizona has confirmed 20,123 positive tests.
ADHD also reported 3,353 new tests documented in the past 24 hours, which is significantly lower than the test results of the previous days.
Arizona COVID-19 documentation can now be broken down into two 64-day cycles. It took the state 64 days to document Arizona’s first 1,000 COVID-19 cases. In the following 64 days, the state documented an additional 19,000 positive tests.
ADHD also reported 11 deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the state’s COVID-19 death toll to 917.
Of the state’s 20,123 positive tests, 12,475 were documented as of May. Of the 917 COVID-19 deaths in Arizona, 597 occurred in May.
Demographic breakdown of cases in Arizona
Monday morning’s ADHD data shows that the age bracket of 65 and over caused 714 of the state’s 917 deaths. There have been 110 reported deaths in people aged 55 to 64 years.
ADHD reports that women in Arizona are more likely to get the virus than men (53%), but more men than women die from COVID-19 (55%).
Place of the falls
Maricopa County has the highest number of coronavirus cases in Arizona at 9,937.
Pima County has 2,382 cases with the second highest incidence in Navajo County at 1,873 cases. Apache County has 1,526 documented cases. Coconino County has 1,155 positive tests.
ADHD Reports 321,926 Arizonans tested for COVID-19 with a positive test ratio of 5.6%.
People between the ages of 20 and 44 had the most positive tests (8,120) but the fewest deaths (44). Seniors aged 65 and over had 3,920 positive tests with 714 deaths.
The Arizona Department of Health’s website, www.azdhs.gov, has detailed information about the ethnicity of the Arizona coronavirus and a zip code map that shows the location of confirmed cases.
Yavapai County Community Health Services’ Monday morning report shows 299 confirmed positive tests on 143 patients who have now recovered from the virus. Six deaths have been reported in Yavapai County
YCCHS reports 61 cases in the Sedona-Verde Valley area, of which 20 have been confirmed in Cottonwood, 17 in Sedona, 14 in Camp Verde and 10 in the rest of the Verde Valley. There are 118 confirmed cases at the Mingus Mountain Academy’s girls’ school.
YCCHS reports that 11,293 people in Yavapai County have been tested for COVID-19, of whom 97.3% were negative.
According to YCCHS, women outperform men by 202-97 points in positive COVID-19 tests in Yavapai County.
On Monday, the Verde Valley Medical Center in Cottonwood reported a hospital census of 56 patients, eight of whom were in critical care. VVMC reports zero positive cases of coronavirus with 22 tests pending.
Flagstaff Medical Center reports 25 positive tests with 50 pending results. FMC enrolled 160 patients; 32 of these patients are in intensive care.
US and global totals
According to the most recent estimates of the US and global cases of COVID-19, the US case count stood at 1.83 million as of Monday morning. According to Johns Hopkins University, the number of U.S. deaths was 106,000, the highest of any nation in the world. More than 401,000 Americans have recovered from COVID-19.
The virus is spread in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, according to the CDC.
6.21 million cases have been reported worldwide, with 373,000 deaths and 2.66 million recoveries.
COVID-19 Confirmed Cases in Arizona
June 1, 20,123 cases
May 30, 19,255 cases
May 29, 18,465 cases
May 27, 17,262 cases
May 23, 16,039 cases
May 21, 15,315 cases
May 18 14,170 cases
May 15, 13,169 cases
May 13, 12,176 cases
May 10, 11,119 cases
May 8, 10,526 cases
May 5, 9,305 cases
May 2, 8,364 cases
April 29, 7,202 cases
April 24, 6,045 cases
April 20, 5,064 cases
April 16, 4,234 cases
April 9, 3,018 cases
April 4, 2,019 cases
March 30, 1,157 cases
January 26th First confirmed case in Arizona