Arizona Climbs Over The 4,000 Mark For Confirmed Coronavirus Cases

With the reported 272 new positive tests for the coronavirus, the Arizona health department, says the new state total is now more than 4,000.

Arizona now has confirmed 4,234. 47,398 tests have been given. The state also experienced eight more deaths, increasing the total to 150.

The state reported 3,962 cases and 142 deaths, with 45,310 tests given, on Wednesday

The number of cases in Maricopa County saw an increase of 118 cases in one day. 20% of patients have required hospitalization in Maricopa County.

The state now provides a daily updated detail of all the cases in Arizona by zip code. Click here to find your zip code.

As of Thursday, April 16th, below is an updated list of known cases by county as reported by the state health department:

53% Female
47% Male

Maricopa County — 2,264
Pima County — 760
Navajo County — 410
Coconino County —299
Pinal County — 197
Apache County — 118
Yavapai County — 68
Mohave County — 51
Yuma County —21
Cochise County — 18
Santa Cruz County — 14
La Paz County — 5
Gila County — 5
Graham County — 2
Greenlee County – 2

Arizona Case by Age
Less than 20   151
20-44               1,558
45-54               758
55-64               719
65+                  1043
Unknown         5

As of Thursday, April 16th, below is an updated list of deaths by county as reported by the state health department:

39% Female
61% Male

Maricopa County — 64
Pima County — 37
Navajo County — 11
Coconino County — 24
Pinal County — 5
Yavapai County — < 3
Apache County — 4
Mohave County — < 3
Yuma County — < 3
Cochise County — 0
Santa Cruz County — 0
La Paz County —  < 3
Gila County — 0
Graham County — 0
Greenlee County – 0

Arizona Death by Age
Less than 20   0
20-44               5
45-54              14
55-64              24
65+                 107
Unknown         0

Nationally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 24,582 deaths from more than 605,000 COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday’s daily U.S. update.

According to data compiled and regularly updated by Johns Hopkins University, there were more than 2 million cases and over 139,000 deaths globally as of Thursday morning.

 


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