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Virus May Be Slowing As Arizona Reports 600 Cases, 4 Deaths


Arizona health officials on Monday reported 600 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases with four more deaths amid slowing of the state’s coronavirus outbreak.

The Arizona Department of Health Services’ latest figures increased the state’s total confirmed COVID-19 cases to 187,523 and the reported death toll to 4,154. It’s the second day straight that fewer than 1,000 new cases have been reported. The last time new cases numbered in the triple digits was June 8. COIVD-19 hospitalizations and related usage of intensive care beds and ventilators in Arizona continued a downward trend that started in mid-July.

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