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Coconino and Yavapai counties report continued high COVID-19 transmission

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Coconino County remains in a high level of COVID-19 community transmission.

That’s according to this week’s virus summary released today, which reports 341 confirmed cases during last full week in November.

The highest increase of infections was reported in tribal communities.

In addition, the lowest percentage of fully vaccinated residents in the county continues to be in Williams.

Meanwhile, Yavapai County officials say they’ve confirmed 885 COVID cases since Monday and 45 additional deaths, many of which were late-reported and occurred during November.

The county is also still experiencing high transmission levels of the virus, along with all other Arizona counties.