Arizona COVID-19 Cases At 1,769 With 41 Deaths

COVID -19, commonly known as coronavirus [Slide courtesy CDC]

PHOENIX – Arizona health officials reported 1,769 cases of COVID-19 in Arizona, and 41 deaths, as of April 3. According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, 24,673 tests for COVID-19 have been completed in public and private labs in Arizona.

Over 23,080 suspect cases were ruled out.

COUNTYCASES
Apache17
Cochise5
Coconino126
Gila2
Graham2
Greenlee1
La Paz2
Maricopa1049
Mohave9
Navajo148
Pima280
Pinal77
Santa Cruz3
Yavapai35
Yuma13

On Friday, April 3, Governor Doug Ducey changed his earlier Executive Order with a redefinition of essential services. As a result, salons, barbers, tattoo parlors, massage parlors, spas and other previously exempt businesses must cease operations by 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 4.

The Governor’s Office clarified that many essential services, such as day care centers and personal hygiene services, such as in-home assistance with bathing and cleaning, may continue operations but under careful measures.

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