A risk level map from the Harvard Global Health Institute shows Arizona in the red category, meaning that according to the project's researchers the state is at a "tipping point" for coronavirus, and stay-at-home orders are needed.
The map was launched on July 1 to help officials and the public make informed decisions about the pandemic. It was updated July 10.
Arizona is one of eight states in the red category, meaning the seven-day average of new infections is greater than 25 per 100,000 people. Arizona's current infection rate is double that at 49.8, and higher than any other state or nation.
The map has four levels of concern, ranging from green to red. Currently no U.S. state qualifies as green, which means none is on track to contain the virus.