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Coconino County health officials report continued high COVID-19 transmission

A health care worker holds a swab used for COVID-19 testing at the ProHEALTH testing site in Jericho, N.Y., March 24, 2020.
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A health care worker holds a swab used for COVID-19 testing at the ProHEALTH testing site in Jericho, N.Y., March 24, 2020.

Coconino County continues to show high rates of community transmission of COVID-19.

Health officials Friday released their weekly virus summary and reported 534 confirmed cases between Nov. 28 and Dec. 4.

The highest increase in cases was among tribal communities. The lowest percentage of fully vaccinated residents continues to be in Williams.

Meanwhile, in Yavapai County, health officials Friday reported 687 newly confirmed COVID infections and 36 deaths since Monday.

Arizona health officials Friday reported 3,924 new known cases of COVID-19 and 93 more deaths.

According to Johns Hopkins University, the seven-day rolling averages of daily deaths and new infections in the state rose over the past two weeks.

State hospitalizations peaked during the current surge earlier this week but have since declined slightly.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, all Arizona counties remain in high community transmission of COVID.