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PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 619 new coronavirus cases Tuesday morning. Arizona's statewide total is now at 874,065 cases. 

ADHS added 14 deaths to its dashboard Tuesday morning. The total number of COVID-19 related deaths in Arizona is now 17,480.

As of Tuesday, the state has administered more than 5.5 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. More than 3.1 million people have received at least one dose, and just over 2.6 million are fully vaccinated.

ADHS has a map on their dashboard that shows how many people have been vaccinated in each ZIP code. Search your neighborhood here.

Coronavirus deaths:

  • January 2021: 4,353
  • December 2020: 3,245
  • February 2021: 1,791
  • March 2021: 560
  • April 2021: 261
  • May (so far): 60

ADHS says on any given day, illnesses diagnosed in the previous four to seven days might not be reported yet. Here are the latest case totals: 

  • May (so far) -> 8,475
  • April -> 21,028
  • March  -> 20,688
  • February -> 45,625
  • January  -> 199,820
  • December  -> 219,822
  • November -> 104,367
  • June -> 81,402
  • July -> 80,335

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Arizona changes guidelines

While other states place new restrictions on businesses to fight against the coronavirus, that will not be the case in Arizona.

The state's top health official acknowledged that she changed the guidelines, which are used to determine whether businesses should stay open during this pandemic. Those changes essentially guarantee that places like bars and restaurants will stay open for the duration of the pandemic, no matter how bad our numbers get.  

"There are other strategies that may come in before that, before we would recommend closing," Dr. Cara Christ, head of the Arizona Department of Health Services, said Friday when asked at what point she would recommend closing businesses.

This information is updated when the Arizona Department of Health Services releases new data, which happens every day at about 8:15 a.m.

 

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