As President Trump prepares to travel to Arizona tomorrow, here’s a look at the coronavirus trends in that state:
- Arizona continues to see its new case numbers climb. The state averaged about 2,412 new reported cases per day over the week ending June 21, up about 94% from the previous 7-day period, according to a CNN analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University.
- Arizona is one of 10 states that saw their highest 7-day average of daily new coronavirus cases on June 21 according to data from Johns Hopkins. The others are California, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Utah.
- According to Johns Hopkins data, Arizona had the fourth most new reported coronavirus cases during the week that ended June 21, following California, Texas and Florida.
- The number of people hospitalized with coronavirus in Arizona has been climbing since the start of June, according to data collected by the COVID Tracking Project.
- Maricopa County, where Phoenix is located, is reporting 29,891 total coronavirus cases and 602 deaths. In its most recent report (dated June 20), the Maricopa County Department of Public Health reported.