COVID-19: Here is what coronavirus case counts look like in Maricopa County, Arizona

In Maricopa County, the total number of cases is 6,011 as of May 12 (Community Impact staff)
In Maricopa County, the total number of cases is 6,011 as of May 12 (Community Impact staff)

In Maricopa County, the total number of cases is 6,011 as of May 12 (Community Impact staff)

The Maricopa County Department of Public Health and the Arizona Department of Health Services release daily COVID-19 case counts, both of which have climbed daily since mid-March.

Maricopa County cases account for roughly half of the state case count; Maricopa County is the largest county in the state and accounts for more than half of the state's total population.


Statewide, the total number of cases is 14,556 as of May 19.



In Maricopa County, the total number of cases is 7,409 as of May 19.


Health officials have been looking to the number of new cases per day to see if the number is getting smaller between each day. In Maricopa County and in the state, the case numbers have continued to increase daily, but the increase per day fluctuates.


The Arizona Department of Health Services is now releasing the rate of cases and rate of fatalities per 100,000 people across the state.


The state also breaks down the data by demographics like race and ethnicity, age and risk level.










The county also releases data by demographics.





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