Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Maricopa County COVID-19 Data

Data Collection Since January 22, 2020

Updated: 04/02/2020

Total Number 
of Cases

8,151 1

Up 97 from yesterday

Total Number 
of Deaths

368

Up 1 from yesterday

Hospital 
Admissions

1,075 (13%)

Intensive Care Unit
Admissions

299 (4%)

1. Total number of cases are cumulative. Case numbers include only those that have been lab-confirmed and include hospital and ICU admissions.
Note: Maricopa County daily counts may vary slightly from 
state reporting due to differences in data reporting download times.

Highlights

  • People aged 65 or older or those who have at least one chronic health condition make up 72% of those who have been hospitalized and 94% of deaths for COVID-19.
  • Supporting those at the highest risk for severe disease is essential so that they can stay home and away from others.
  • The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations are leveling off. This trend indicates social distancing measures seem to be working and we need to continue our efforts to keep flattening the curve.

Recent Updates

  1. Latest News 
  1. Maricopa County Public Health Launches Massive COVID-19 Investigation and Contact Tracing Effort

    Public Health is implementing a scalable plan to grow its existing disease investigation team Read on...
  2. Food Assistance and More: Maricopa County, Partners Alert Public to Available Services

    Maricopa County Human Services Department has launched or expanded several initiatives to support people who are facing additional hardship right now. Read on...
  3. Local Manufacturer Donates Surgical Gowns to Maricopa County Unified Command

    Today, the Maricopa County Unified Command Center received a donation of 2,500 surgical gowns from AmSafe Manufacturing. Read on...
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