Arizona Reports Coronavirus Cases Climbs Over 3,700

As of Monday morning, the Arizona health department reported 163 new cases of coronavirus in the state, with seven additional deaths That pushes the state’s totals to 3,702 positive tests and 122 fatalities from COVID-19. Arizona has tested a total of 43,347 patients.

On Sunday, as promised, the health department posted additional data to its existing COVID-19 information page, including cases by zip code and patient characteristics. Click here to search your zip code.

The most-populous county, Maricopa County has been the hardest-hit and saw an increase in the number of cases by 60 to 2,020. The Phoenix-area death total increased by four to a total of 52. 19% of Maricopa County patients have required hospitalization.

Of the cases in Arizona, as of Monday, April 13th, 53% have been female and 47% were male. Below is an updated list of known cases by county as reported by the state health department:

Maricopa County — 2,020
Pima County — 668
Navajo County — 345
Coconino County — 253
Pinal County — 168
Apache County — 89
Yavapai County — 65
Mohave County — 40
Yuma County — 17
Cochise County — 16
Santa Cruz County — 10
La Paz County — 4
Gila County — 3
Graham County — 2
Greenlee County – 2

Arizona Case by Age
Less than 20   129
20-44               1,360
45-54               676
55-64               633
65+                  899
Unknown         5

Of the deaths in Arizona as of Monday, April 13th, 38% have been female and 62% were male. Below is an updated list of deaths by county as reported by the state health department:

Maricopa County — 52
Pima County — 29
Navajo County — 8
Coconino County — 21
Pinal County — 4
Yavapai County — < 3
Apache County — 4
Mohave County — < 3
Yuma County — 0
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               2
45-54              12
55-64              24
65+                 84
Unknown         0

Nationally, As reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nationally there have been 20,486 deaths from 525,416 COVID-19 cases as of Sunday.

Johns Hopkins University has reported globally there were more than 1.8 million cases and over 116,000 deaths globally as of Monday morning.


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