Arizona tops 119,000 cases of COVID-19, with 2,151 deaths

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Posted 7/11/20

Arizona has added 3,038 cases and 69 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services.

As of the morning of Saturday, July 11, the ADHS reports 119,930 positive …

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Arizona tops 119,000 cases of COVID-19, with 2,151 deaths

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Arizona has added 3,038 cases and 69 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services.

As of the morning of Saturday, July 11, the ADHS reports 119,930 positive cases and 2,151 deaths of the new coronavirus.

Total COVID-19 deaths by Arizona county

Total deaths due to COVID-19 by county, as of the morning of July 11, are as follows. Data will not be shown for counties with fewer than three deaths:

• Maricopa County: 1,093
• Pinal County: 84

• Apache County: 101
• Cochise County: 22
• Coconino County: 98
• Gila County: 12
• Graham County: Fewer than 3
• Greenlee County: Fewer than 3
• La Paz County: 7
• Mohave County: 97
• Navajo County: 134
• Pima County: 326
• Santa Cruz County: 27
• Yavapai County: 11
• Yuma County: 136

For most people, the new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. But for some — especially older adults and people with existing health problems — it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia, and death.

For Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s guidance on restaurants, barbers and cosmetologists, retail establishments, pools, gyms and fitness providers, spas, places of worship, and casinos, go to the Arizona Department of Health Services website at azdhs.gov/preparedness/epidemiology-disease-control/infectious-disease-epidemiology/index.php#novel-coronavirus-home

COVID-19, Arizona

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