The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 159 new cases in Goodyear in the week ending in July 23, bringing the total number of cases to 12,280 compared to 12,121 last Friday.
Daily Goodyear case numbers are calculated by adding together the ADHS reported case numbers in ZIP code 85338 and ZIP code 85395.
Cases as of July 16: 12,121
Cases as of July 17: n/a
Cases as of July 18: n/a
Cases as of July 19: 12,185
Cases as of July 20: 12,206
Cases as of July 21: 12,232
Cases as of July 22: 12,251
Cases as of July 23: 12,280
While Arizona COVID-19 death rates have remained stagnant since late May, the rate of positive COVID-19 tests have increased from 5.2% on July 2 to 10.82% on July 21, which has more than doubled in 19 days according to Mayo Clinic data.
According to ADHS data, Maricopa County has seen 573,082 total cases since the start of the pandemic, an increase of 5,412 cases since last Friday.
Thirty-five people have died in that same period, bringing the total to 10,408 countywide COVID-19 fatalities since pandemic began, according to ADHS data.
Percent positivity is at 12%, which county health officials consider “substantial transmission.” Last Friday, percent positivity was at 9%.
Data collected between July 11 and July 17 show 114 positive cases per 100,000—a “high transmission” rate according to county health officials. Last week Friday, ADHS reported just 77 positive cases per 100,000.
Each week, the county updates the number of residents vaccinated, and the percentage of residents vaccinated by ZIP code at maricopa.gov/5671/Public-Vaccine-Data.
About 65.6% of the eligible population have received their first dose and 60% have received their second or final dose, in Goodyear ZIP code 85395.
59.8% of the eligible population have received their first dose and 53.9% have received their second or final dose, in Goodyear ZIP code 85338.
According ADHS, 3,924,330 vaccine doses had been administered to Maricopa County residents as of July 20.
49% or 1,983,407 doses, was the first dose of a two-series vaccine (Pfizer–BioNTech and Moderna). 51%, or 1,907,829 doses was the second dose of a two-series vaccine, or a dose of a single-shot vaccine (Janssen). The status of 0.8%, or 33,094 administered doses, was unknown.
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