PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- The Arizona Department of Health Services said Monday morning that there are now 235 cases of coronavirus across the state. 

There have been three deaths from coronavirus in the state so far. All three involved patients with underlying health conditions. Two were men, one was in his 50s; the other was in his 70s. The third patient was a woman in her 50s in Pima County.

There are still six pending tests, according to the health department's website. AZDHS says 352 people have been tested and 309 have been ruled out. The agency said the number of people tested does not include those tested at private labs. The total number of positives, however, does include results from private facilities.

Maricopa County has the most cases, with 139 confirmed. The rest of the counties' numbers break down like this:

  • Apache: 4
  • Cochise: 1
  • Coconino: 17
  • Gila: 0
  • Graham: 2
  • Greenlee: 0
  • La Paz: 0
  • Mohave: 0
  • Pima: 24
  • Pinal: 17
  • Navajo: 25
  • Santa Cruz: 1
  • Yavapai: 3
  • Yuma: 2

ADHS expects to see more cases of COVID-19 in Arizona, and there could be additional deaths.


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