PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Arizona now has 71 reported cases of coronavirus, according to numbers released by the Arizona Department of Health Services Friday morning.
The man who died was a man in his 50s with underlying health conditions.
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There are 101 tests with pending results. Of the 343 people tested, 211 have been given the all-clear, according to the AZDHS online dashboard.
- Cochise County: 1
- Maricopa County: 34
- Pinal County: 10
- Pima County: 8
- Coconino County: 11
- Navajo County (not the Navajo Nation): 3
- Graham County: 1
- Santa Cruz County: 1
- Yavapai County: 1
- Yuma County 1
The agency reported 44 cases Thursday morning, but the number grew as the day went on. The Coconino County Health Department later posted that they had a total of eight cases. Yavapai County and Santa Cruz County later said on Thursday evening they had their first cases. And then late Thursday the Navajo Nation said they had 14 total cases, including the three that had been previously reported. On Friday, Cochise County reported their first case of coronavirus.
Navajo Nation president and vice president reportedly found out about the increase of coronavirus cases in their community through the Navajo Department of Health and Navajo Area IHS.
The Navajo Nation president has ordered a "shelter-in-place" quarantine for the Chilchinbeto community, which requires them to remain in their homes so slow spread of the virus.
The new case in Coconino County came from a test by TGen labs. The first in Yavapai County is a person from Sedona. Santa Cruz County only said the patient traveled to an area where community transmission is present.
Arizona Sen. Martha McSally said Friday morning that the federal government is working on a package that will put money in the hands of individuals and businesses to help them get through the coronavirus crisis. At the same time, the Arizona Legislature is in recess until Monday having failed to send a virus budget bill to the governor. While the Senate passed a $50 million measure, the House rejected it.
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This is the latest confirmed information about the coronavirus in Arizona. This page will be continuously updated by the Arizona's Family digital staff.