COVID-19 cases in Goodyear nearing 2,300

By Independent Newsmedia
Posted 7/31/20

The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Goodyear was 2,297 as of Friday, July 31, a 12.54% increase over last Friday and a 2.27% increase over Thursday.

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COVID-19 cases in Goodyear nearing 2,300

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The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Goodyear was 2,297 as of Friday, July 31, a 12.54% increase over last Friday and a 2.27% increase over Thursday.

The agency said more than 90% of cases were mapped to the address of the patient’s residence:

Goodyear total

Cases as of July 25: 2,041
Cases as of July 26: 2,076
Cases as of July 27: 2,081
Cases as of July 28: 2,164
Cases as of July 29: 2,208
Cases as of July 30: 2,246
Cases as of July 31: 2,297

85338 ZIP code

Cases as of July 24: 1,302
Cases as of July 25: 1,338
Cases as of July 26: 1,363
Cases as of July 27: 1,367
Cases as of July 28: 1,424
Cases as of July 29: 1,452
Cases as of July 30: 1,480
Cases as of July 31: 1,514

85395 ZIP code

Cases as of July 24: 684
Cases as of July 25: 703
Cases as of July 26: 713
Cases as of July 27: 714
Cases as of July 28: 740
Cases as of July 29: 756
Cases as of July 30: 766
Cases as of July 31: 783

To see full numbers across the state, click here.

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