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Monday, April 19, 2021

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COVID-19 HOTLINE - (928)442-5103
Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. / 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

 
 

“Yavapai County is now officially vaccinating Yavapai County residents 18 years old and older. This includes ALL who were already eligible in previous phases.”

Yavapai County COVID-19 Update

4/19/2021 10:30:00 AM

 
Yavapai County
Confirmed Cases: 18542 Deaths: 496 Recoveries: 6838
Arizona
Cases: 854453 Deaths: 17153

Yavapai Case Locations

  Count Change
Ash Fork 100 +1
Bagdad 198 n/c
Black Canyon City 172 n/c
Camp Verde 1198 +3
Chino Valley* 1098 +2
Clarkdale 362 +1
Congress 49 n/c
Cornville 382 +1
Cottonwood 2434 +5
Crown King 8 n/c
Dewey* 795 n/c
Groom Creek 10 n/c
Humboldt 62 n/c
Iron Springs 7 n/c
Jerome 32 n/c
Kirkland 35 n/c
Lake Montezuma 5 n/c
Mayer* 309 +1
Paulden 268 +1
Peeples Valley 13 n/c
Prescott* 4720 +10
Prescott Valley* 4054 +2
Rimrock 384 +1
Sedona 771 +4
Seligman 51 n/c
Skull Valley 22 n/c
Spring Valley 11 +2
Village of Oak Creek 382 +2
Wickenburg 12 n/c
Yarnell 30 n/c
Other Quad-Cities 7 n/c
Other Verde Valley 0 n/c
Unknown 438 +3
*Mingus Mtn Academy   123
 

Yavapai Tests

Total Tested 111397  
Negative Tests 92855 83.4%
Positive Tests 18542  
     
New Tests Reported** 504
New Cases Yavapai*  39
Positivity Rate (PCR & Serology)**   12.4%

**ADHS #s    * Net +39

 
Two Week Positivity Rate** (ADHS) 3.0%
*4/5/2021 - 4/19/2021 7.5%

180 cases / 2408 tests 
(this positivity is thrown off by late-reported tests)  

 

 

Yavapai Case Details

Age Count Change Percent
0 to 5 190 n/c 1%
6 to 12 544 +2 3%
13 to 17 950 n/c 5%
18 to 24 1909 +4 10%
25 to 34 2512 +9 14%
35 to 44 2277 +7 12%
45 to 54 2339 n/c 13%
55 to 64 2866 +7 15%
65 to 74 2764 +8 15%
75 to 84 1572 +3 8%
85+ 611 -1 3%
Unknown  8   <1%

 

     
Female 9923 54%  
Male 8615 46%  
Unknown 4 0%  

Yavapai Hospitalizations

YRMC  6 1PUI (West Campus)
3 0 PUI (East Campus)
VVMC    6 0 PUI
VA  0 0 PUI
* A PUI is an in-patient who has been admitted for care that has been tested for COVID-19 with results still pending.
* These numbers are only COVID-19 related hospitalizations.

Yavapai Mortality

Case fatality rate 2.7%
 
Females 204 41%
Males 292 59%
     
Camp Verde 28 6%
Chino Valley 28 6%
Cornville 7 1%
Cottonwood 65 13%
Dewey 24 5%
Mayer 9  2%
Paulden 10  2%
Prescott 181 36%
Prescott Valley 84 17%
Rimrock 7 1%
Sedona 27 5%
Other Quad Cities 15 3%
Other Verde Valley  7 1%
Unknown 4 1%
     
0 to 44 5 1%
45 to 54 9 2%
55 to 64 41 9%
65 to 74 116 23%
75 to 84 153 31%
85 and older 172 34%
     

Testing Sites in Yavapai County 

Emergency Operations Center Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) Donations 

Yavapai County Community Health Services' COVID-19 Resources for Reopening
Please refer to Governor Ducey’s website for reopening timelines: https://azgovernor.gov/ 

ADHS Local Health Resources 

COVID-19 Q&A - Guidance for Schools 

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs 

COVID-19 Vaccine Briefings

In the News...

April 19th Update: Yavapai County reports 16 COVID-19 Cases and 2 Deaths.

Apache 11,270 Coconino 17,500 Cochise 11,829 Graham 5,531 Greenlee 568
Gila 6,861 La Paz 2,452 Maricopa 531,673 Mohave 22,426 Navajo 16,058
Pima 114,294 Pinal 50,584 Santa Cruz 7,898 Yavapai 18,542 Yuma 36,987

The county has tested 111,397 residents for COVID-19 with 18,542 positive cases and 496 deaths.

April 19th Press Release



April 16th Update: Yavapai County reports 16 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Death.

Apache 11,265 Coconino 17,452 Cochise 11,787 Graham 5,521 Greenlee 568
Gila 6,859 La Paz 2,449 Maricopa 530,405 Mohave 22,390 Navajo 16,032
Pima 113,998 Pinal 50,507 Santa Cruz 7,891 Yavapai 18,503 Yuma 36,957

The county has tested 110,893 residents for COVID-19 with 18,503 positive cases and 494 deaths.

April 16th Press Release



Joint CDC and FDA Recommend a Pause in Janssen Vaccine

As of April 12, more than 6.8 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have been administered in the U.S. The CDC and FDA are reviewing data involving six reported U.S. cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot in individuals after receiving the J&J vaccine. A type of blood clot was seen in combination with low levels of platelets. All six cases occurred among women between the ages of 18 and 48 from 6 - 13 days after vaccination. CDC will convene a meeting on Wednesday to further review these cases and assess their potential significance. At this time, an immediate pause is being recommended. | PRESS RELEASE



April 12 Update: Yavapai County reports 28 COVID-19 Cases over the Weekend.

Apache 11,256 Coconino 17,346 Cochise 11,750 Graham 5,521 Greenlee 569
Gila 6,853 La Paz 2,450 Maricopa 528,888 Mohave 22,324 Navajo 15,998
Pima 113,764 Pinal 50,276 Santa Cruz 7,875 Yavapai 18,446 Yuma 36,930

The county has tested 110,170 residents for COVID-19 with 18,446 positive cases and 491 deaths.

April 12th Press Release



April 9 Update: Yavapai County reports 17 COVID-19 Cases.

Apache 11,221 Coconino 17,267 Cochise 11,715 Graham 5,515 Greenlee 567
Gila 3,846 La Paz 2,449 Maricopa 527,566 Mohave 22,295 Navajo 15,977
Pima 113,463 Pinal 50,155 Santa Cruz 7,857 Yavapai 18,423 Yuma 36,901

The county has tested 109,647 residents for COVID-19 with 18,423 positive cases and 491 deaths.

April 9th Press Release



April 8 Update: Yavapai County reports 19 COVID-19 Cases.

Apache 11,208 Coconino 17,238 Cochise 11,686 Graham 5,372 Greenlee 567
Gila 6,575 La Paz 2,448 Maricopa 527,197 Mohave 22,271 Navajo 15,759
Pima 113,375 Pinal 50,082 Santa Cruz 7,856 Yavapai 18,409 Yuma 36,874

The county has tested 109,432 residents for COVID-19 with 18,409 positive cases and 491 deaths.

April 8th Press Release



April 7 Update: Yavapai County reports 17 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Death.

Apache 11,202 Coconino 17,221 Cochise 11,669 Graham 5,370 Greenlee 567
Gila 6,573 La Paz 2,448 Maricopa 526,890 Mohave 22,252 Navajo 15,747
Pima 113,253 Pinal 49,996 Santa Cruz 7,851 Yavapai 18,388 Yuma 36,814

The county has tested 109,237 residents for COVID-19 with 18,388 positive cases and 491 deaths.

April 7th Press Release



April 6 Update: Yavapai County reports 14 new COVID-19 Cases and 2 Deaths.

Apache 11,191 Coconino 17,186 Cochise 11,655 Graham 5,371 Greenlee 566
Gila 6,570 La Paz 2,446 Maricopa 526,415 Mohave 22,238 Navajo 15,746
Pima 113,171 Pinal 49,900 Santa Cruz 7,851 Yavapai 18,378 Yuma 36,804

The county has tested 109,083 residents for COVID-19 with 18,378 positive cases and 490 deaths.

April 6th Press Release



April 5 Update: Yavapai County reports 39 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Less Death over the Weekend.

Apache 11,192 Coconino 17,117 Cochise 11,655 Graham 5,370 Greenlee 566
Gila 6,567 La Paz 2,446 Maricopa 526,070 Mohave 22,221 Navajo 15,744
Pima 113,102 Pinal 49,803 Santa Cruz 7,847 Yavapai 18,362 Yuma 36,799

The county has tested 109,000 residents for COVID-19 with 18,362 positive cases and 488 deaths.

April 5th Press Release



April 2 Update: Yavapai County reports 9 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Death.

Apache 11,112 Coconino 17,114 Cochise 11,629 Graham 5,367 Greenlee 564
Gila 6,558 La Paz 2,446 Maricopa 525,002 Mohave 22,168 Navajo 15,734
Pima 112,846 Pinal 49,651 Santa Cruz 7,829 Yavapai 18,325 Yuma 36,776

The county has tested 108,485 residents for COVID-19 with 18,325 positive cases and 489 deaths.

April 2nd Press Release



Mission Statement

Yavapai County Community Health Services will provide leadership, information, and services that contribute to improving the health and well-being of Yavapai County residents.

Vision

Yavapai County residents will have the opportunity to optimize their health and well-being.

 
 
Director of CHS

Leslie Horton

Director

Appointed 2017
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Prescott, AZ 86305
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Working Towards Healthier Communities

Guiding Principles

  • We serve the residents and visitors of Yavapai County by being effective stewards of taxpayer driven resources.
  • We promote and protect healthy communities through prevention and the provision of quality services and programs.
  • We collaborate with partners across the continuum in order to improve quality of life.
  • We align resources to achieve positive outcomes and hold ourselves accountable for achieving results.

Values

  • Display a Positive Attitude
  • Take Ownership and Be Accountable
  • Communicate Effectively
  • Honor and Respect Diversity
  • Respect and Be Sensitive to Client Privacy
  • Foster and Support Innovation
  • Commitment to Co-Workers
  • Be Courteous and Practice Established Etiquette
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