Data Collection Since January 22, 2020 Case numbers are updated Tues-Sat around 9 a.m. Sat-Mon data is reported cumulatively in Tuesday's dashboard update.
Up 1,989 since yesterday
Up 3 since yesterday
239 per 100,000
Percent Positivity 3
1. Total number of cases and deaths are cumulative since data collection started 1/22/20. Effective 8/14/20 cumulative case counts include both probable and lab-confirmed cases 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. 2. Case rates are calculated by MCDPH for the most current calendar week of data 9/11-9/17. This data is updated on the dashboard above weekly on Thursday. 3. Percent positivity includes PCR and antigen tests for the most current calendar week of data 9/12-9/18. This data can be found for Maricopa County on the AZDHS COVID-19 lab reporting dashboard here Version OptionsCoronavirus disease (COVID-19)Headline. This data is updated on the dashboard above weekly on Thursday.
Pfizer Vaccine gets full approval: The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, now named Comirnaty, was granted full approval for ages 16 and up by the FDA. It is still under emergency use authorization for ages 12-15. For more, see the FDA's statement.
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In light of the rapid growth in positive COVID-19 cases, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved regulations related to wearing masks in an effort to slow the spread the disease. Read on...