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Arizona Reports More Than 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases

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Arizona continues to record a steady increase in COVID-19 cases. Health officials today reported more than 1,044 new known cases and 14 more deaths.

In all, 241,165 Arizonans have been infected with COVID and 5,905 have died since the pandemic began. Meanwhile, the Navajo Nation has reported its first death in eight days from the virus. Health officials say two-dozen new cases were confirmed on the reservation Tuesday, bringing the total to more than 11,300 with 575 deaths since the pandemic began. A shelter-in-place order, mask mandate and daily curfews and weekend lockdowns remain in place on the reservation.

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