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Sun Cities new COVID cases on roller coaster

Following up week, now they are down

Posted 11/12/22

The Arizona Department of Health Services is now reporting the number of new cases by ZIP code in the last month through Nov. 11.

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Sun Cities new COVID cases on roller coaster

Following up week, now they are down

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The Arizona Department of Health Services is now reporting the number of new cases by ZIP code in the last month through Nov. 11. The ADHS website switched from daily to weekly reporting of COVID cases starting March 23. These reports will show the comparison for the current reporting week against the previous week.

Here are the number of COVID-19 case numbers since the last month for ZIP codes that include the Sun Cities and some surrounding areas, according to the ADHS. Arizona health officials said more than 90% of cases were mapped to the address of the patient’s residence:

Sun Cities totals

  • Oct. 29-Nov. 4 -- 198
  • Nov. 5-11 -- 147

DECREASE (51): 34%

85351 (Sun City)

  • Oct. 29-Nov. 4 -- 82
  • Nov. 5-11 -- 56

DECREASE (26): 46%

85373 (Sun City, some Peoria and Surprise)

  • Oct. 29-Nov. 4 -- 54
  • Nov. 5-11 -- 40

DECREASE (14): 35%

85375 (Sun City West)

  • Oct. 29-Nov. 4 -- 62
  • Nov. 5-11 -- 51

DECREASE (11): 21%

To see full numbers across the state, click here.

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