The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health and county health departments.
The Department of Health Services reported 8,099 additional known cases and 229 additional deaths, increasing the state’s pandemic totals to 708,041 cases and 12,001 deaths.
Beginning January 25, Navajo Nation residents will be required to stay home 24 hours a day, with the exception of essential workers, or anyone who needs to get food or medicine.
The Phoenix Union and Tempe Union High School Districts are planning to provide thousands of education employees with the COVID-19 vaccine on Jan. 22 and 23.
The city of Mesa is offering employees the first round of the COVID-19 vaccine and several pop-ups have been scheduled throughout the city. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
Brenda Cancinos was a 34-year-old who worked at ValleyWise Health.
The Department of Health Services reported 9,398 additional known cases and 244 additional deaths, increasing the state’s pandemic totals to 699,942 cases and 11,772 deaths.
A venue in Downtown Phoenix has been ordered to close down by Arizona state health officials following a packed concert.
With COVID-19 being in the US for a year, according to reported cases, an Arizona health expert talks about where we are now with projections and spikes of cases.
The Director of ASUs Center for Public Health Law and Policy says while Former President Trump made big accomplishments in the development of the vaccine, he adds the response to the pandemic has been fragmented.
As the COVID-19 vaccine distribution progresses in Arizona, the state's online appointment system is flooded with those looking for an appointment.
Although most seniors were in the first phase of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution, many in living facilities are still catching the virus, and some are dying from it.
Health officials say there are 6,417 new COVID-19 cases. The totals in Arizona since the pandemic began are now 673,882 cases and 11,266 known deaths.
Arizonans aged 65 years or older can start to get vaccinated against COVID-19, starting on Jan. 19, due to updated guidance from state health experts.
The Chandler Police Department is mourning the loss of Officer Tyler Britt, who passed away after long battle with COVID-19.
An inmate at a county jail in Tucson has died after contracting COVID-19.
Yuma County’s soaring numbers come as Arizona’s COVID-19 diagnosis rate ranked the worst in the U.S. over the past week, at one in every 120 people.
Beginning Tuesday, January 19, thousands of people in Arizona will become eligible to register for the coronavirus vaccine.
Children are being hospitalized for COVID-19 at record numbers in Arizona, according to a Banner Health spokesperson on Jan. 17. She backs up her claim with data that looked at trending numbers for several months in 2020.
With the second phase of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan underway, health experts are talking about whether or not Arizona has enough second doses to give.