Arizona COVID-19 Instances Beneath, February Deaths | The Verde Unbiased

COVID-19 infections in Arizona fell significantly so far in February.

The state’s death rate for coronavirus is at its highest level since testing began.

The Arizona Department of Health data from Monday morning shows 2,250 new cases on Sunday with seven documented deaths. This brings the cumulative total to 20,742 cases and 931 deaths in February. Since testing began in January 2020, 782,887 COVID-19 cases and 14,055 deaths have been documented in Arizona.

The state’s cumulative positive test rate is currently 14.3%. Hospital bed capacity for Arizona hospitals has decreased to 87%.

Arizona COVID-19 Cases and Deaths per Month

-12,475 cases and 597 deaths in May 2020.

-63,920 cases and 803 deaths in June 2020.

-92,930 cases and 1,977 deaths in July 2020.

-25,307 cases and 1,297 deaths in August 2020.

-16,361 cases and 600 deaths in September 2020.

-28,216 cases and 306 deaths in October 2020.

-89,658 cases and 733 deaths in November 2020.

-197,887 cases and 2,340 deaths in December 2020.

-231,878 cases and 4,109 deaths in January 2021.

– So far as of February 20,742 cases and 931 deaths.

Arizona’s Daily Average for New COVID-19 Cases Per Month

– May 2020: 415 new cases per day.

-June 2020: 2,130 new cases per day.

-July 2020: 2,997 new cases per day.

-August 2020: 816 cases per day.

-September 2020: 545 cases per day.

-October 2020: 910 cases per day.

-November 2020: 2,988 cases per day.

December 2020: 6,383 cases per day.

-January 2021: 7,479 cases per day.

-February 2021: 2,963 cases per day.

Demographic breakdown of cases in Arizona

Monday morning’s ADHD data shows the age group 65 and over caused 10,529 of the state’s 14,055 deaths. There have been reported 2,025 deaths in people aged 55 to 64 years.

ADHD reports that women in Arizona are more likely to get the virus than men (52%), but more men than women die from COVID-19 (58%).

Place of the falls

Maricopa County continues to dominate the concentration of COVID-19 cases in the state, at 488,687 since testing began.

Current cumulative case numbers in Arizona include:

-Pima County has 104,921 cases.

-Pinal County, 43,947 cases.

-Yuma County, 35,751 cases.

-Mohave County, 20,145 cases.

-Yavapai County, 16,932 cases.

-Coconino County, 15,735 cases.

-Navajo County, 14,936 cases.

Test data

ADHD reports that 3.97 million Arizona people have been tested for COVID-19, with the state’s positive testing rate at 14.3%.

People between the ages of 20 and 44 had the highest number of positive tests with 604 deaths (343,985). Seniors 65 years and older had 104,321 positive tests with 10,529 deaths.


Yavapai County

On Monday, Yavapai County reported 145 new COVID-19 cases and seven deaths over the weekend.

This included 50 new cases in the Verde Valley; 24 from Cottonwood and 11 from Camp Verde.

Since testing began, Yavapai County has confirmed 16,932 cases of coronavirus, with 403 deaths and 7,007 recoveries.

Yavapai County Community Health Services has confirmed 5,649 cases in the Sedona-Verde Valley area since testing began. This sum includes:

-2,324 confirmed in Cottonwood.

-1,121 at Camp Verde.

-738 in Sedona.

-373 in Rimrock.

-362 in Cornville.

-348 in the village of Oak Creek.

-343 in Clarkdale.

-35 in Jerome.

– Five in Lake Montezuma.

YCCHS reports that 95,420 people in Yavapai County have been tested for COVID-19, of whom 82.6% were negative.

Of the total cumulative positive cases in Yavapai County, 54% were women. Of the total COVID-19 deaths in Yavapai County, 59% were men.


Hospital reports

Verde Valley Medical Center reported the admission of 17 COVID-positive patients on Monday. Cottonwood Hospital showed a census of 63 patients with seven in intensive care.

Flagstaff Medical Center reported 44 positive tests with 11 results pending. FMC enrolled 203 patients; 35 of these patients are in intensive care.


US and global totals

According to the latest estimates of the US and global cases of COVID-19, the cumulative US case number as of Monday morning was 27 million. According to Johns Hopkins University, the US death toll was 463,000, the highest of any nation in the world.

More Americans have now died of COVID-19 than the deaths from the 1957-58 Asian pandemic flu (116,000 US deaths) and the 1968 Hong Kong pandemic flu (100,000 US deaths). It still pales in comparison to the deaths from the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic that killed 675,000 Americans and at least 50 million worldwide.

AIDS kills about 13,000 US lives each year.

In total, there are an estimated 106 million cases worldwide, with 2.32 million deaths and 59.3 million recoveries.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases in Arizona

January 31, 2021 – 762,145 cases and 13,124 deaths.

Jan. 22, 2021 – 708,041 cases and 12,001 deaths.

Jan. 15, 2021 – 658,186 cases and 11,040 deaths.

December 31, 2020 – 530,267 cases, 9,015 deaths.

January 26, 2020 – First confirmed case in Arizona.

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