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1,567 Additional Virus Cases In Arizona As Of Monday

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Officials have reported 1,567 additional COVID-19 cases with no deaths in Arizona as of Monday morning.

The fall surge of coronavirus cases has continued to elevate occupancy rates of increasingly stressed hospitals in Arizona closer to capacity. Since the pandemic began, officials have reported more than 365,000 cases resulting in 6,950 deaths in Arizona.

Gov. Doug Ducey has imposed restrictions that closed some establishments and requiring distancing and other precautions in others to stop spread of the coronavirus. But he hasn’t ordered a statewide mask mandate, a new stay-home requirement or curfews although many local governments have imposing masking requirements.

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