The state Department of Health Services on Wednesday also reported 40 new deaths. bringing the total who have died of the disease in Arizona to 981. Hospitals reported a total of 1,092 people were being treated for the virus as of Tuesday, with 379 of those in intensive care and 239 on ventilators.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
Businesses in Scottsdale suffered millions of dollars in damages from thefts and extensive vandalism on Saturday night.
The state Department of Health Services says hospitals reported a total of 1,009 hospitalizations on Monday. It’s the first time the daily number has reached 1,000. The agency has been disclosing hospitalization data since April 9.
Officials with ADOT have just announced traffic restrictions in Downtown Phoenix, due to what they describe as a "law enforcement situation."
From now until June 8, Arizona will be under a statewide, 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. curfew.
The state Department of Health Services confirmed 187 additional cases with 11 more known deaths as of Monday, increasing the total number of cases statewide to 20,123 and the total number of deaths to 917.
Officers wearing riot gear fired tear gas and fireworks at protesters about 9 p.m. as they walked down 7th Street to Interstate 10, witnesses told FOX 10. The exact number of protesters who were arrested is unclear at this time.
Gov. Ducey's Executive Order has laid out a number of exemptions for the weeklong curfew that is set to take effect Sunday night.
Once again, protesters have gathered in Downtown Phoenix over the police-involved death of George Floyd.
Following Governor Doug Ducey's announcement of a weeklong, limited curfew in the aftermath of unrest in various Arizona cities, some government officials have voiced their concerns over the decision.
Ducey announced the reopening of schools even as the state sees an uptick in metrics used to track the progression of the disease, including the portion of tests that are positive and the portion of emergency room visits that are for COVID-19 symptoms. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
Gov. Doug Ducey announced a testing blitz for COVID-19 across Arizona.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is expected to brief the public Thursday on the state’s efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and he says the news will be good.
Some Arizona communities will receive coronavirus relief funding from the State government, under a plan announced by Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday.
Partygoers were out at local bars and restaurants over the weekend, and many of them were noticeably not wearing masks or following social distancing guidelines.
The Arizona Senate plans to return to the Capitol on Tuesday to deal with measures the House enacted this week. It also will take up 28 House bills that have been awaiting votes since the Legislature halted major work in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Arizona House voted Thursday to give businesses sweeping protections from lawsuits if their customers or employees get sick from the coronavirus and to eliminate criminal penalties for violating the governor’s public-health orders.
School back in session? That’s a long term hope according to the Arizona's Governor, according to a press conference Wednesday.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, along with state health and emergency officials, is holding a news conference as the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Arizona.