PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona on Saturday reported over 2,800 further confirmed COVID-19 instances and almost 60 extra deaths as rolling averages for new instances and deaths rose once more.
The further 2,843 further instances and 57 deaths reported by the Department of Health Services’ coronavirus dashboard elevated the state’s pandemic totals to 1,166,060 instances and 21,153 deaths.
The dashboard additionally reported that COVID-19-related hospitalizations inched upward, with 1,720 virus sufferers occupying hospital inpatient beds as of Friday.
According to Johns Hopkins University knowledge, the seven-day rolling averages of each day new instances and each day deaths each elevated over the previous two weeks.
The rolling common of each day new instances rose from 2,204.7 on Oct. 14 to 2,574.4 on Thursday whereas the rolling common of each day deaths elevated from 29.7 to 57.4 throughout the identical interval.
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