NewsArizona News


Arizona reports nearly 2,400 more coronavirus cases in one day

KNXV COVID-19 Coronavirus Generic.jpg
Posted at 9:22 AM, Jun 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-16 15:20:19-04

PHOENIX — There were 2,392 new cases of coronavirus reported in Arizona since Monday, according to Tuesday numbers.

This has been the largest jump in cases in a single day in Arizona, according to ABC15 data analysts.

MAP: Coronavirus cases in Arizona by zip code

On Monday, Arizona Department of Health Services reported a total of 36,705 confirmed cases within the state. That number jumped to 39,097 cases by Tuesday.

The number of reported virus-related deaths increased by 25, from 1,194 on Monday to 1,219 on Tuesday.

About 10,000 more tests were conducted between Monday and Tuesday, according to state health officials, bringing the total number of tests to 489,286.

Take a look at the latest Arizona coronavirus statistics below:


These statistics were last updated on Nov. 28, 2020. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services*

Number of deaths: 6,624
Number of cases: 322,774
Number of total tested: 2,580,955 (at both private and state labs)
Community transmission: Widespread

Case locations by county:
Maricopa: 203,663
Pinal: 16,312
Coconino: 7,446
Pima: 39,298
Navajo: 8,035
Gila: 2,913
Yavapai: 5,181
Apache: 5,347
Cochise: 3,596
Graham: 2,158
Santa Cruz: 3,877
Yuma: 17,746
Greenlee: 218
Mohave: 6,156
La Paz: 828

As the transmission of coronavirus increases in Arizona, hospitals could reach their licensed bed capacity in about a month, according to several data experts.