April 16th brought reports that Arizona had recorded its 4,000th positive test for coronavirus. Just four days later, the state health department announced Arizona has crossed the 5,000-case mark.
The state reported Monday morning there has been 135 new cases and three additional deaths.
Arizona now has 5,064 confirmed positive tests for COVID-19 and 187 deaths. Of the 54,500 tests given to patients in Arizona, 8% have been positive.
According to Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 tracking, twenty-one states crossed the 5,000-mark before Arizona. According to 2019 estimates, Arizona is the 14th-largest state by population.
As of Sunday, nationally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 37,202 deaths from more than 720,000 COVID-19 cases.
Johns Hopkins University, reported as of Monday morning, there were more than 2.4 million cases and over 166,000 deaths globally as of Monday morning.
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 Monday, April 20th, below is an updated list of known cases by county as reported by the state health department:
|Santa Cruz County||20|
|La Paz County||5|
Arizona Cases by Age
|Less than 20||184|
As of Monday, April 20th, below is an updated list of deaths by county as reported by the state health department:
|Yavapai County||< 3|
|Mohave County||< 3|
|Yuma County||< 3|
|Santa Cruz County||0|
|La Paz County||< 3|
Arizona Deaths by Age
|Less than 20||0|