Arizona

Overview

Total AZ Vaccinations Administered

Total
2,043,739
March 6
+5,116

New AZ Cases

March 5
+2,276
Trend
Falling

New AZ Deaths

March 5
+84
Trend
Falling

Total AZ Cases

Confirmed cases
825,119
Deaths
16,323

Tests in AZ

Positive-Test Rate
3.8%

County Trends: Cases

Rising
2
Falling
10
Flat
3

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
County Cases New cases yesterday Deaths
Maricopa 515,211 1,097 9,314
Yavapai 17,956 517 473
Pima 110,345 215 2,261
Pinal 46,848 140 792
Apache 10,655 132 394
Navajo 15,740 40 505
Mohave 21,375 39 655
Coconino 16,728 39 315
Cochise 11,310 19 270
Yuma 36,551 15 799
Graham 5,317 11 75
Gila 6,418 6 218
Santa Cruz 7,652 5 170
La Paz 2,453 1 72
Greenlee 560 0 10

Timeline: The Race to Vaccinate

The White House has urged states to immunize people 65 and older as Biden aims for 100 million shots in his first 100 days.

UPDATES
2/28/2021
Single-dose Covid vaccine recommended by CDC advisory panel
2/27/2021
FDA authorizes one-shot Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine
2/27/2021
FDA panel endorses Johnson & Johnson vaccine in 22-0 vote
2/25/2021
Biden marked the administration of the 50 million dose of Covid-19 vaccine since his swearing-in
2/24/2021
FDA confirms safety and effectiveness of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine
2/20/2021
Pfizer commits to doubling vaccine supply in response to President Biden’s call for a quicker rollout
2/19/2021
'Vaccines are safe': Biden urges Americans to get vaccinated after touring Michigan Pfizer plant
2/19/2021
Pfizer says vaccine can be stored at higher temperatures, making distribution easier
2/16/2021
States to receive biggest boost yet in vaccine doses, White House says
2/11/2021
Biden says US will have enough doses to vaccinate every American by July

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE, The COVID Tracking Project, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.