Coronavirus cases rise, 'Ladies in the Headlights' performance: News from Gilbert and Chandler

Physical comediennes The Ladies are bringing their pop-up drive-in show, "Ladies in the Headlights," to Chandler, according to a news release. (Courtesy Michael Simon)
Physical comediennes The Ladies are bringing their pop-up drive-in show, "Ladies in the Headlights," to Chandler, according to a news release. (Courtesy Michael Simon)

Physical comediennes The Ladies are bringing their pop-up drive-in show, "Ladies in the Headlights," to Chandler, according to a news release. (Courtesy Michael Simon)

Read the latest news from the Phoenix area.

Gilbert

COVID-19: Gilbert sees 159 new cases over weekend; county has increase of 1,311 cases and four deaths July 27

Across Gilbert's six ZIP codes, there were 3,897 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on July 27, according to data from the state. That's an increase of 159 cases from over the weekend. That represents an increase of 11.6% across the town in the past seven days.

Club eNRG Barre Cardio opens across Gilbert border in Queen Creek



Club eNRG Barre-Cardio opened June 13 at 8495 S. Power Road, Ste. 103, Queen Creek, just across the Gilbert border. It offers a Barre-inspired cardio workout that is low-impact and high-energy in a group fitness environment for 75 minutes.

Chandler

COVID-19: Chandler sees 204 new COVID-19 cases across its ZIP codes over weekend, Maricopa County sees increase of 1,311 cases and four deaths July 27

Across Chandler's six ZIP codes, there were 5,513 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on July 27, according to data from the state—204 newly reported cases from over the weekend. That overall number of cases represents an increase of 10.55% across the city in the past seven days.

'Ladies in the Headlights' coming to Chandler for drive-in performances

Physical comediennes The Ladies are bringing their pop-up drive-in show, "Ladies in the Headlights," to Chandler, according to a news release.

Statewide

COVID-19: See the data behind the number of coronavirus hospitalizations across Arizona

The Arizona Department of Health Services has tracked COVID-19 hospitalization data since early April, and in recent days and weeks the number of confirmed or suspected COVID-19 patients admitted to a hospital has climbed. Of the 878,333 COVID-19 tests in Arizona, 14.6% have yielded positive results as of July 27. This accounts for diagnostic test results, not antibody test results.

Alexa D’Angelo and Tom Blodgett contributed to this report.



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