The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 77 new weekly coronavirus cases in Goodyear’s 85338 and 85395 ZIP codes over the week ending Friday, May 14, up 19 over the 58 new weekly cases reported last Friday.
That brings the overall tally of cases in Goodyear to 11,565.
The agency said more than 90% of cases were mapped to the address of the patient’s residence:
Cases as of May 7: 11,488
Cases as of May 8: 11,520
Cases as of May 9: 11,517
Cases as of May 10: 11,531
Cases as of May 11: 11,542
Cases as of May 12: 11,554
Cases as of May 13: 11,554
Cases as of May 14: 11,565
Cases as of May 7: 7,847
Cases as of May 8: 7,514
Cases as of May 9: 7,507
Cases as of May 10: 7,521
Cases as of May 11: 7,530
Cases as of May 12: 7,539
Cases as of May 13: 7,539
Cases as of May 14: 7,547
Cases as of May 7: 4,001
Cases as of May 8: 4,006
Cases as of May 9: 4,010
Cases as of May 10: 4,010
Cases as of May 11: 4,012
Cases as of May 12: 4,015
Cases as of May 13: 4,015
Cases as of May 14: 4,018
To see full numbers across the state, click here.
Each Wednesday, the county updates the number of residents vaccinated, and the percentage of residents vaccinated by ZIP code at maricopa.gov/5671/Public-Vaccine-Data.
As of May 12, Maricopa County health officials reported that more than 40% of all residents and 50% of residents 15 and older had received at least one dose, and 46% of doses administered completed that resident’s COVID-19 vaccine series.
On Thursday, those ages 12 to 15 became eligible for the Pfizer vaccine, which is expected to increase the demand for vaccinations. Numbers should be reflected in next week's data.
According to the website, 3,102,171 vaccine doses had been administered in Maricopa County. Of those, 1,649,750 were first dose, 1,431,898 were second dose and 20,523 were unknown.
In Goodyear 85395, 65.2% of the eligible population had received their first dose and 55.8% had received their second dose. In Goodyear 85338, 56.5% of the eligible population had received their first dose and 46.1% had received their second dose.
For county vaccine updates, to learn whether you’re eligible for a vaccination, see how many point of dispensing (POD) vaccination sites are open or to find an appointment, click here.
As of May 14, the state reported the following in Maricopa County:
Countywide cases: 543,928 (540,547 last Friday); 730 new from the previous day (621 new last Friday)
Rate of cases per 100,000 people: 12,453.0 (12,375.6 last Friday)
Deaths: 9,947 (9,910 last Friday); seven new since the previous day (14 new last Friday)
Fatality rate per 100,000 people: 227.73 (226.89 last Friday)
Number of diagnostic tests conducted: 5,608,923 (5,524,382 last Friday); 11,579 new from the previous day (17,063 last Friday)
Test positivity: 10.7% (10.8% last Friday)
To view the data dashboard and statewide information on cases by age, ethnicity and gender; hospital and ventilator usage and availability; and hospital-specific COVID-19 metrics, click here.