May 11, 2020 / Modified aug 31, 2020 10:04 a.m.

Arizona coronavirus map

Maps explore COVID-19 numbers released by the state.

These regularly updated maps are created using daily COVID-19 numbers reported by the Arizona Department of Health Services. The first map gives a snapshot of what has happened in the last week in Arizona. Keep scrolling to see a map with cumulative totals over time. Explore different measures by choosing layers in the bottom left corner of the maps. Click on a county for detailed information. Health experts say the information reported by the state might not capture the extent of the spread due to testing availability.

Arizona COVID-19 one-week snapshot, Sept. 25

This map tracks changes in reported COVID-19 numbers over a one-week period.Since last week, Arizona reported 3,425 new cases (2% increase), 136 more deaths (2% increase) and a statewide positive test rate of 4.6%. The state reported a daily average of 489 cases and 19 deaths. Choose a Layerlayer and click on a county to learn more.
Credit: Nick O'Gara/AZPM. Sources: ADHS, county health departments, Census 2018 Quick Facts. *Test numbers are totals including diagnostic and serology tests. Positive test rate is calculated using reported case and test totals. Daily reports may not reflect recent data, the state says.

Arizona COVID-19 cumulative counts, Sept. 25

Cases: 216,367 | Deaths: 5,587
The state reported 515 more cases and 28 deaths on this day. Choose a Layerlayer and click on county for more.
Credit: Nick O'Gara/AZPM. Sources: ADHS, county health departments, Census 2018 Quick Facts. *Test numbers and rates utilize total test numbers (diagnostic and serology). Cumulative totals are based daily numbers posted by the state. Daily changes don't necessarily reflect the previous 24 hours.
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