Summit Medicine and Pediatrics is tracking the spread of COVID-19 in Arizona.

To date, the Johns Hopkins University & Medicine reports that there have been 9 confirmed cases, 8 of which are currently being treated for the disease and 1 of which has fully recovered from the disease; there have been no reported fatalities due to COVID-19 in the State of Arizona.

From the Johns Hopkins University & Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center :

On 11 March 2020, Arizona Gov. Dou Ducey (R) declared a State of Emergency: Office of the Governor: Doug Ducey

“There is no greater priority than the health and safety of Arizonans, and today’s efforts are a proactive approach to ensure the state has all the tools necessary to address the global spread of COVID-19. While our state is not currently facing the number of cases we’ve seen in some other states, we are anticipating additional positive cases — and we’re not taking any chances. Arizonans should not panic — our approach will be calm and steady. This Emergency Declaration and Executive Order continue our effort to protect public health and save lives.” — Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R)

To date, the Arizona Department of Health reports that there have been 12 confirmed cases among 183 tested, 121 of which have been ruled out and 50 of which have results pending; there have been no reported fatalities due to COVID-19 in the State of Arizona.

From the Arizona Department of Health :

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