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New COVID-19 Case Averages Climb Amid Continued Surge

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Arizona on Wednesday reported 3,234 additional COVID-19 cases and 10 more virus deaths as rolling averages for cases and deaths continued to climb during the current surge.

 

  

Johns Hopkins University data shows that Arizona’s seven-day rolling average of daily new cases rose over the past two weeks from 2,495 new cases on Aug. 9 to 2,969 on Aug. 23. The rolling average of daily deaths rose from 16.9 deaths to 24.4 during the same period.  A judge has scheduled a Sept. 13 hearing to hear arguments in a lawsuit challenging new Arizona laws restricting the power of local governments and school districts to impose COVID-19 requirements.

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