Yavapai County Community Health Services

Baby Carrot Recall

Grimmway Farms has voluntarily issued a recall of certain carrot products because they may have been contaminated with Salmonella.

In addition to the retail-packed products listed in the table at the end of this press release, the company recalled certain shredded carrots and chopped (chunk) carrots that were sold to food manufacturers and food service distributors. All affected food manufacturers, food service distributors, and retail customers have been notified with much of the product having been recaptured before being available for consumption.

To date, no illnesses have been linked to this recall, but Salmonella is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.

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Friday, July 23 Update: Yavapai County reports 222 COVID-19 Cases and 3 Deaths since Monday

The county has tested 127,128 residents for COVID-19 with 20,452 positive cases and 536 deaths.

July 23rd Press Release


Monday, July 19 Update: Yavapai County reports 134 COVID-19 Cases over the Weekend

The county has tested 126,488 residents for COVID-19 with 20,230 positive cases and 533 deaths.

July 19th Press Release


Friday, July 16 Update: Yavapai County 289 COVID-19 Cases and 2 Deaths since Monday

The county has tested 125,956 residents for COVID-19 with 20,096 positive cases and 533 deaths.

July 16th Press Release


Yavapai County Urges Residents to Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19

With 138 COVID-19 Cases reported in Yavapai County since Friday, July 9th, the County leadership is very concerned for the welfare of its citizens.  Community mitigation measures have been relaxed, but the virus is still prevalent in our communities. | Press Release

Monday, July 12 Update: Yavapai County reports 23 COVID-19 Cases and 2 Deaths over the Weekend

The county has tested 124,994 residents for COVID-19 with 19,807 positive cases and 531 deaths.

July 12th Press Release


Friday, July 9 Update: Yavapai County Experiences the 4th of July Bump in COVID-19 Cases

The county has tested 124,650 residents for COVID-19 with 19,719 positive cases and 529 deaths.

July 9th Press Release


Tuesday, July 6 Update: Yavapai County reports 60 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Death since Friday

The county has tested 124,178 residents for COVID-19 with 19,690 positive cases and 530 deaths.

July 6th Press Release


Friday, July 2 Update: Yavapai County reports 51 COVID-19 Cases and 3 Deaths since Monday.

The county has tested 123,694 residents for COVID-19 with 19,630 positive cases and 529 deaths.

July 2nd Press Release


Yavapai County reports 56 COVID-19 Cases and 6 Deaths since Monday.

The county has tested 122,768 residents for COVID-19 with 19,549 positive cases and 527 deaths.

The Concern behind the Push for Vaccination against COVID-19

With the new Delta COVID-19 variant expected to be dominant in the US in the next few weeks, anyone who has had only one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine or who have chosen not to be vaccinated – particularly young adults could be at risk.  "Covid-19 vaccines are available for everyone ages 12 and up," CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Tuesday at a White House briefing. "They are nearly 100% effective against severe disease and death - meaning nearly every death due to Covid-19 is particularly tragic, because nearly every death, especially among adults, due to Covid-19 is at this point entirely preventable."

The Delta variant rates have doubled in the U.S. cases in the past two weeks, and while the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines work against it, they don’t hold up nearly as well if people only got one of the two doses required.  A new study found that having just one of the two doses only gives you 33% protection against the Delta variant. The two shots give you 88% protection.

June 25th Press Release


Yavapai County reports 30 COVID-19 Cases and 1 less Death since Friday.

The county has tested 123,157 residents for COVID-19 with 19,579 positive cases and 526 deaths.

June 28th Press Release


Wildfire Smoke from Northern AZ Fires Impacts Yavapai County

Today, AZ Department of EQ is forecasting smoke to disperse toward the southwest, with light to moderate smoke impacts possible in Paulden, Chino Valley, and Prescott. There is a chance for brief heavy impacts in these areas, especially if cloud cover moves over, allowing smoke to drop closer to the ground. Overnight, smoke is forecast to drain into the Verde Valley once again, as well as continue moving toward the west-southwest. 

Early mornings are usually the worst time for wildfire smoke. As temperatures warm during the day, there are stronger winds which disperses smoke. As temperatures cool at night, winds generally calm down and smoke settles to the ground, flowing from higher elevations to lower elevations, much like water. However, smoke can deviate from this typical pattern depending on weather conditions. | Wildfire Smoke Alert


Wildfire Smoke Forecast from ADEQ

ADEQ provides wildfire smoke forecasts when Arizona wildfires have the potential for extended air quality impacts as determined in coordination with Federal/State Land Managers.  When activated, online smoke forecasts will be available 24/7 and updated daily each morning to provide information about expected smoke impacts for the next 48-hours. ADEQ will provide smoke forecasts until data show significantly reduced risk of health impacts.

ADEQ has activated two Wildfire Smoke Forecasts which may impact air quality in Yavapai County:

Early mornings are usually the worst time for wildfire smoke. As temperatures warm during the day, there are stronger winds which disperses smoke. As temperatures cool at night, winds generally calm down and smoke settles to the ground, flowing from higher elevations to lower elevations, much like a water. However, smoke can deviate from this typical pattern depending on weather conditions.

If you can see less than 5 miles, the air quality is unhealthy for young children, adults over age 65, pregnant women, and people with heart and/or lung disease, asthma, or other respiratory illness; they should minimize outdoor activity. These people should reschedule outdoor recreational activities to a day with better air quality. It is okay for adults in good health to be out and about, but they should periodically check visibility and reduce strenuous outside activities, especially when fires are nearby. | Wildfire Smoke Forecast


Yavapai County reports 22 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Death since Friday.

The county has tested 122,264 residents for COVID-19 with 19,493 positive cases and 521 deaths.

June 21st Press Release


June 4th Update: Yavapai County reports 35 COVID-19 Cases and 3 Deaths since Tuesday.

Apache 11,412 Coconino 17,866 Cochise 12,090 Graham 5,632 Greenlee 577
Gila 6,946 La Paz 2,480 Maricopa 551,710 Mohave 23,137 Navajo 16,457
Pima 117,001 Pinal 53,090 Santa Cruz 8,052 Yavapai 19,342 Yuma 37,250

The county has tested 119,612 residents for COVID-19 with 19,342 positive cases and 507 deaths.

June 4th Press Release


June 1st Update: Yavapai County reports 36 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Less Death since Friday.

Apache 11,409 Coconino 17,864 Cochise 12,084 Graham 5,625 Greenlee 574
Gila 6,937 La Paz 2,480 Maricopa 550,602 Mohave 23,077 Navajo 16,444
Pima 116,910 Pinal 52,877 Santa Cruz 8,039 Yavapai 19,307 Yuma 37,244

The county has tested 119,163 residents for COVID-19 with 19,307 positive cases and 509 deaths.

June 1st Press Release


May 28 Update: Yavapai County reports 62 COVID-19 Cases and 2 Deaths since Monday.

Apache 11,403 Coconino 17,857 Cochise 12,069 Graham 5,616 Greenlee 574
Gila 6,933 La Paz 2,478 Maricopa 549,729 Mohave 23,052 Navajo 16,434
Pima 116,485 Pinal 52,752 Santa Cruz 8,035 Yavapai 19,271 Yuma 37,226

The county has tested 118,551 residents for COVID-19 with 19,271 positive cases and 509 deaths.

May 28th Press Release


May 24th Update: Yavapai County reports 37 COVID-19 Cases since Friday.

Apache 11,397 Coconino 17,872 Cochise 12,053 Graham 5,612 Greenlee 574
Gila 6,924 La Paz 2,473 Maricopa 547,645 Mohave 22,963 Navajo 16,390
Pima 116,320 Pinal 52,568 Santa Cruz 8,029 Yavapai 19,162 Yuma 37,206

The county has tested 117,800 residents for COVID-19 with 19,162 positive cases and 507 deaths.

May 24th Press Release


May 21st Update: Yavapai County reports 93 COVID-19 Cases and 3 Deaths since Monday.

Apache 11,379 Coconino 17,870 Cochise 12,045 Graham 5,613 Greenlee 574
Gila 6,922 La Paz 2,470 Maricopa 543,928 Mohave 22,927 Navajo 16,371
Pima 116,231 Pinal 52,143 Santa Cruz 7,989 Yavapai 19,125 Yuma 37,191

The county has tested 117,307 residents for COVID-19 with 19,125 positive cases and 507 deaths.

May 21st Press Release


May 17th Update: Yavapai County reports 37 COVID-19 Cases since Friday.

Apache 11,392 Coconino 17,882 Cochise 12,009 Graham 5,611 Greenlee 574
Gila 6,903 La Paz 2,468 Maricopa 545,051 Mohave 22,874 Navajo 16,338
Pima 116,007 Pinal 52,143 Santa Cruz 7,989 Yavapai 19,032 Yuma 37,173

The county has tested 116,609 residents for COVID-19 with 19,032 positive cases and 504 deaths.

May 17th Press Release


May 14th Update: Yavapai County reports 82 COVID-19 Cases since Monday.

Apache 11,384 Coconino 17,875 Cochise 11,990 Graham 5,607 Greenlee 573
Gila 6,897 La Paz 2,464 Maricopa 543,928 Mohave 22,854 Navajo 16,332
Pima 115,906 Pinal 52,087 Santa Cruz 7,980 Yavapai 18,995 Yuma 37,162

The county has tested 116,068 residents for COVID-19 with 18,995 positive cases and 504 deaths.

May 14th Press Release


May 10th Update: Yavapai County reports 62 COVID-19 Cases since Friday.

Apache 11,358 Coconino 17,851 Cochise 11,970 Graham 5,568 Greenlee 573
Gila 6,922 La Paz 2,460 Maricopa 542,072 Mohave 22,810 Navajo 16,297
Pima 115,805 Pinal 51,815 Santa Cruz 7,932 Yavapai 18,913 Yuma 37,148

The county has tested 115,307 residents for COVID-19 with 18,913 positive cases and 504 deaths.

May 10th Press Release


May 7th Update: Yavapai County reports 120 COVID-19 Cases and 2 Deaths since Monday.

Apache 11,344 Coconino 17,812 Cochise 11,958 Graham 5,561 Greenlee 573
Gila 6,923 La Paz 2,460 Maricopa 540,547 Mohave 22,779 Navajo 16,256
Pima 115,607 Pinal 51,736 Santa Cruz 7,922 Yavapai 18,851 Yuma 37,127

The county has tested 114,797 residents for COVID-19 with 18,851 positive cases and 504 deaths.

May 7th Press Release


May 3rd Update: Yavapai County reports 17 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Death since Friday.

Apache 11,336 Coconino 17,752 Cochise 11,926 Graham 5,552 Greenlee 571
Gila 6,903 La Paz 2,460 Maricopa 538,633 Mohave 22,709 Navajo 16,218
Pima 115,361 Pinal 51,398 Santa Cruz 7,920 Yavapai 18,731 Yuma 37,101

The county has tested 113,952 residents for COVID-19 with 18,731 positive cases and 502 deaths.

May 3rd Press Release


April 30th Update: Yavapai County reports 76 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Death since Monday.

Apache 11,315 Coconino 17,717 Cochise 11,908 Graham 5,547 Greenlee 571
Gila 6,881 La Paz 2,459 Maricopa 537,105 Mohave 22,659 Navajo 16,193
Pima 115,133 Pinal 51,316 Santa Cruz 7,919 Yavapai 18,714 Yuma 37,082

The county has tested 113,415 residents for COVID-19 with 18,714 positive cases and 501 deaths.

April 30th Press Release


April 26th Update: Yavapai County reports 38 COVID-19 Cases over the Weekend.

Apache 11,298 Coconino 17,655 Cochise 11,889 Graham 5,543 Greenlee 570
Gila 6,869 La Paz 2,454 Maricopa 533,982 Mohave 22,580 Navajo 16,151
Pima 114,892 Pinal 51,019 Santa Cruz 7,912 Yavapai 18,638 Yuma 37,049

The county has tested 112,739 residents for COVID-19 with 18,638 positive cases and 500 deaths.

April 26th Press Release


April 23rd Update: Yavapai County reports 16 COVID-19 Cases and 2 Deaths.

Apache 11,294 Coconino 17,592 Cochise 11,863 Graham 5,540 Greenlee 569
Gila 6,867 La Paz 2,452 Maricopa 533,368 Mohave 22,524 Navajo 16,127
Pima 114,721 Pinal 50,906 Santa Cruz 7,911 Yavapai 18,600 Yuma 37,027

The county has tested 112,192 residents for COVID-19 with 18,600 positive cases and 500 deaths.

April 23rd Press Release


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


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


April 1 Update: Yavapai County reports 26 new COVID-19 Cases.

Apache 10,959 Coconino 17,076 Cochise 11,600 Graham 5,365 Greenlee 563
Gila 6,546 La Paz 2,443 Maricopa 524,386 Mohave 22,122 Navajo 15,703
Pima 112,677 Pinal 49,475 Santa Cruz 7,818 Yavapai 18,328 Yuma 36,751

The county has tested 108,230 residents for COVID-19 with 18,328 positive cases and 488 deaths.

April 1st Press Release


March 31 Update: Yavapai County reports 11 COVID-19 Cases Overnight.

Apache 10,959 Coconino 17,076 Cochise 11,600 Graham 5,365 Greenlee 563
Gila 6,546 La Paz 2,443 Maricopa 524,386 Mohave 22,122 Navajo 15,703
Pima 112,677 Pinal 49,475 Santa Cruz 7,818 Yavapai 18,325 Yuma 36,751

The county has tested 108,010 residents for COVID-19 with 18,325 positive cases and 488 deaths.

March 31th Press Release


March 30 Update: Yavapai County reports 1 COVID-19 Case Overnight.

Apache 10,807 Coconino 17,073 Cochise 11,594 Graham 5,364 Greenlee 564
Gila 6,542 La Paz 2,444 Maricopa 524,077 Mohave 22,093 Navajo 15,653
Pima 112,562 Pinal 49,408 Santa Cruz 7,812 Yavapai 18,316 Yuma 36,751

The county has tested 107,890 residents for COVID-19 with 18,316 positive cases, 6,838 recovered, and 488 deaths.

March 30th Press Release


March 29 Update: Yavapai County reports 58 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Death over Weekend

Apache 10,801 Coconino 17,051 Cochise 11,588 Graham 5,361 Greenlee 564
Gila 6,538 La Paz 2,441 Maricopa 523,808 Mohave 22,075 Navajo 15,644
Pima 112,477 Pinal 49,264 Santa Cruz 7,808 Yavapai 18,328 Yuma 36,752

Since last March, the county has tested 107,797 residents for COVID-19 with 18,328 positive cases, 6,838 recovered, and 488 deaths.

March 29th Press Release


March 26 Update: Yavapai County reports 2 new COVID-19 Cases

Apache 10,790 Coconino 16,995 Cochise 11,546 Graham 5,359 Greenlee 563
Gila 6,521 La Paz 2,441 Maricopa 522,624 Mohave 22,041 Navajo 15,636
Pima 112,134 Pinal 49,136 Santa Cruz 7,780 Yavapai 18,270 Yuma 36,703

Since last March, the county has tested 107,234 residents for COVID-19 with 18,270 positive cases, 6,838 recovered, and 487 deaths.

March 26th Press Release


March 25 Update: Yavapai County reports 2 new COVID-19 Cases

Apache 10,785 Coconino 16,978 Cochise 11,563 Graham 5,355 Greenlee 563
Gila 6,510 La Paz 2,440 Maricopa 522,285 Mohave 22,003 Navajo 15,627
Pima 112,045 Pinal 49,087 Santa Cruz 7,776 Yavapai 18,291 Yuma 36,679

Since last March, the county hastested 107,008 residents for COVID-19 with 18,291 positive cases, 6,838 recovered, and 487 deaths.

March 25th Press Release


March 24 Update: Yavapai County reports 5 new COVID-19 Cases

Apache 10,774 Coconino 16,972 Cochise 11,557 Graham 5,355 Greenlee 563
Gila 6,504 La Paz 2,438 Maricopa 522,323 Mohave 21,989 Navajo 15,613
Pima 111,998 Pinal 49,004 Santa Cruz 7,770 Yavapai 18,289 Yuma 36,680

Since last March, the county has tested 106,745 residents for COVID-19 with 18,289 positive cases, 6,838 recovered, and 488 deaths.

March 24th Press Release


March 23 Update: Yavapai County reports 11 new COVID-19 Cases and 2 Deaths

Apache 10,772 Coconino 16,963 Cochise 11,547 Graham 5,350 Greenlee 563
Gila 6,499 La Paz 2,436 Maricopa 521,908 Mohave 21,968 Navajo 15,604
Pima 111,950 Pinal 48,935 Santa Cruz 7,763 Yavapai 18,310 Yuma 36,684

Since March of last year, the county has tested 106,627 residents for COVID-19 with 18,299 positive cases, 6,838 recovered, and 488 deaths.

March 23rd Press Release


March 22 Update: Yavapai County reports 29 new COVID-19 Cases and 3 Deaths over the Weekend

Apache 10,772 Coconino 16,956 Cochise 11,543 Graham 5,348 Greenlee 563
Gila 6,497 La Paz 2,430 Maricopa 521,585 Mohave 21,938 Navajo 15,599
Pima 111,912 Pinal 48,840 Santa Cruz 7,761 Yavapai 18,299 Yuma 36,694

The county has tested 106,527 residents for COVID-19 with 18,299 positive cases, 6,838 recovered, and 486 deaths.

March 22nd Press Release


March 19 Update - Yavapai County reports 27 new COVID-19 Cases

Apache 10,753 Coconino 16,916 Cochise 11,475 Graham 5,350 Greenlee 563
Gila 6,467 La Paz 2,426 Maricopa 520,919 Mohave 21,794 Navajo 15,589
Pima 111,582 Pinal 48,593 Santa Cruz 7,708 Yavapai 18,270 Yuma 36,651

The county has tested 105,956 residents for COVID-19 with 18,270 positive cases, 6,838 recovered, and 483 deaths.

March 19th Press Release


March 18 Update - Yavapai County reports 4 new COVID-19 Cases

Apache 10,750 Coconino 16,904 Cochise 11,453 Graham 5,346 Greenlee 562
Gila 6,465 La Paz 2,423 Maricopa 520,784 Mohave 21,777 Navajo 15,587
Pima 111,507 Pinal 48,468 Santa Cruz 7,702 Yavapai 18,155 Yuma 36,643

The county has tested 105,790 residents for COVID-19 with 18,155 positive cases, 7,606 recovered, and 477 deaths.

March 18th Press Release


March 17 Update: Yavapai County reports 11 New COVID-19 Cases

Apache 10,726 Coconino 16,894 Cochise 11,439 Graham 5,344 Greenlee 562
Gila 6,461 La Paz 2,422 Maricopa 521,251 Mohave 21,715 Navajo 15,572
Pima 111,427 Pinal 48,063 Santa Cruz 7,698 Yavapai 18,151 Yuma 36,604

The county has tested 105,583 residents for COVID-19 with 18,151 positive cases, 7,606 recovered, and 477 deaths.

March 17th Press Release


March 16 Update: Yavapai County reports 8 new COVID-19 Cases and 1 Death

Apache 10,725 Coconino 16,891 Cochise 11,427 Graham 5,343 Greenlee 562
Gila 6,457 La Paz 2,420 Maricopa 521,093 Mohave 21,676 Navajo 15,575
Pima 111,400 Pinal 47,884 Santa Cruz 7,694 Yavapai 18,143 Yuma 36,601

The county has tested 105,029 residents for COVID-19 with 18,143 positive cases, 7,606 recovered, and 477 deaths.

March 16th Press Release


March 15 Update: Yavapai County reports 14 new COVID-19 Cases over the Weekend

Apache 10,724 Coconino 16,885 Cochise 11,418 Graham 5,331 Greenlee 562
Gila 6,456 La Paz 2421 Maricopa 520,861 Mohave 21,657 Navajo 15,567
Pima 111,344 Pinal 47,733 Santa Cruz 7,695 Yavapai 18,135 Yuma 36,602

The county has tested 104,937 residents for COVID-19 with 18,135 positive cases, 7,606 recovered, and 476 deaths.

March 15th Press Release


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Director of CHS

Leslie Horton

Director

Appointed 2017
Yavapai County Community Health Services' logo
1090 Commerce Drive
Prescott, AZ 86305
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  • 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.

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