The state Department of Health Services reported 2,971 new cases Tuesday along with 77 more deaths.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health and county health departments.
The latest daily virus figures brought the tribe’s totals to 39,403 cases and 1,542 known deaths since the pandemic began.
UArizona gave its final COVID-19 update of the year just as the new omicron variant is growing around the world. Researchers say this isn't a time to panic.
The state Department of Public Health Services released the latest virus figures on Nov. 29, which now have Arizona at a total of 1,266,809 cases and 22,230 deaths.
Researchers at the University of Arizona are keeping a close eye on the new omicron COVID-19 variant. FOX 10's Matt Galka has the details.
Arizona health experts are warning of a COVID-19 surge as vacationers are coming back from holiday trips. The omicron variant has added an extra layer of worry as pharmaceutical companies are working to adapt vaccines to fight the new variant.
The state Department of Public Health Services released the latest virus figures Sunday, which now have Arizona at a total of 1,264,848 cases and 22,229 deaths.
Arizona’s seven-day rolling average of daily new cases rose over the past two weeks, increasing from 3,494.7 on Nov. 11 to 3,681.86 on Thursday.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey also faces major pushback from the federal government for what officials say is an inappropriate use of federal COVID-19 relief funds.
As the omicron variant of COVID-19 sparks global fears, an Arizona public health expert is weighing in on the steps being taken so far to try and stop the variant's spread.
Patients without COVID-19 are facing waits of 48 to 96 hours to be transferred to large hospitals in Tucson.
As the number of new COVID-19 cases continue to remain high, more children are experiencing a rare and potentially life-threatening symptom.
City of Phoenix officials say they will reconsider a decision to enact a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for its employees amid concerns over negative impact on city services.
Customers at My Sister's Closet will be asked to pull down their masks before shopping so security cameras can record their faces. The policy is in place following two, high-priced thefts at different locations.
COVID-related hospitalizations are over half the Jan. 11 pandemic high of 5,082, with 2,574 virus patients occupying inpatient beds as of Nov. 23.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s COVID-19 adviser and hospital leaders held a briefing Tuesday afternoon on "how Arizonans can help preserve hospital capacity during the holiday season."
Doctors said Brian Argo, who was battling COVID-19, had a five percent chance to survive. On Nov. 21, three months after the start of his battle, he was reunited with his family and friends.
The latest numbers pushed Arizona’s totals to 1,241,878 cases since the pandemic began and 21,940 known deaths.
The additional 5,103 cases and 53 deaths reported by the Department of Health Services’ coronavirus dashboard increased the Arizona’s pandemic totals to 1,238,249 cases and 21,939 deaths.