Critical COVID-19 trends

The novel coronavirus’ impact on Arizona, visualized. Stay up to date on the novel coronavirus in Arizona with continually updated graphs that provide insight and context on the pandemic in our state.

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AZ new cases by county 7-day trailing average

Check the weekly average of COVID-19 new cases reported by county. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

* On Oct. 13, Arizona Department of Health Services updated the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard. This has caused some adjustments to our Arizona graphs. More information.

AZ new cases by county per 100,000 people

Identify where new COVID-19 cases normalized to 100,000 people were reported today in Arizona counties. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

* On Oct. 13, Arizona Department of Health Services updated the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard. This has caused some adjustments to our Arizona graphs. More information.

AZ new cases by county

See how many new COVID-19 cases were reported today in your county. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

Arizona total cases

See Arizona’s cumulative COVID-19 cases by county. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

Arizona new cases versus total cases

This graph shows a moving average of new cases compared to total cases in Arizona. It displays the rate at which new cases are appearing. When the graph moves downward, there is a reduction in new cases. When the graph moves horizontally, new cases appear at a consistent rate. When the graph moves up and to the right, then the number of new cases per week is accelerating. Hover over a line to see information for a week and follow the progress of the epidemic over time. To select certain counties, use the county filter box. Alternatively (and for mobile selection) you can click counties in the legend you want to show. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services

On March 2, 2022, AZDHS changed from publishing cases data daily to weekly. Therefore, this chart combines historical daily data with estimated daily cases. Estimated cases are determined by taking the reported weekly cases for each county and dividing by 7.

Daily cases with 7-day trailing average

New COVID-19 cases for each day are marked with black Xs. Hover over each to see the number of cases reported per day. The average for the last 7-days is shown in gold. Hover over the gold line to see averages for each day. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

* On Oct. 13, Arizona Department of Health Services updated the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard. This has caused some adjustments to our Arizona graphs. More information.

AZ new cases by county per 100,000 people 7-day trailing average

This graph shows a moving average of new cases compared to total cases in Arizona. It displays the rate at which new cases are appearing. When the graph moves downward, there is a reduction in new cases. When the graph moves horizontally, new cases appear at a consistent rate. When the graph moves up and to the right, then the number of new cases per week is accelerating (that is, they are growing week-over-week).

Hover over a line to see information for a week and follow the progress of the epidemic in time. To select certain counties, click the county filter box to select which to display. Alternatively (and for mobile selection) you can click counties in the legend you want to show. A black line showing the total for selected counties will appear.
Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

New cases vs total cases by race per 100,000 people 14-day average

New cases (y axis) versus total cases (x axis) per 100,000 people. Races shown include Asian (maroon), Black (gold), Latino (black), Native American (green), White (blue). Cumulative total cases for Arizona Native Americans and Latinos outpace volume of cases experienced by other races. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services and U.S. Census data.

* On Oct. 13, Arizona Department of Health Services updated the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard. This has caused some adjustments to our Arizona graphs. More information.

Arizona total cases by county

Track the total number of cases for each Arizona county. Cases include confirmed cases as well as presumptive positive cases. Notice that the number of cases line becomes more maroon-colored as the number of deaths increase. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

Cumulative cases by race per 100,000 people

Track the total number of cases by ethnic race in Arizona. Cases include confirmed cases as well as presumptive positive cases. Notice that the number of cases line becomes more maroon-colored as the number of deaths increase.

AZ 7-day positive test rate by county

See the weekly average of COVID-19 new cases reported in your county and see how today’s rate compares to yesterday’s. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

* On Oct. 13, Arizona Department of Health Services updated the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard. This has caused some adjustments to our Arizona graphs. More information.

Arizona daily positive tests

The daily positive tests for Arizona over time. The marks are daily positive tests for each day, while the maroon line shows the 7-day trailing average for daily positive tests. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services
* On Oct. 13, Arizona Department of Health Services updated the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard. This has caused some adjustments to our Arizona graphs. More information.

AZ total deaths versus total cases

This graph shows a moving average of total deaths compared to total cases in Arizona. It displays the mortality rate relative to those who are infected. When the graph moves downward, there is a reduction in mortality. When the graph moves horizontally, total cases appear at a consistent rate. When the graph moves up and to the right, then the mortality rate is accelerating. Hover over a line to see information for a week and follow the progress of the epidemic over time. To select certain counties, click the county filter box. Alternatively (and for mobile selection) you can click counties in the legend you want to show. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services

On March 2, 2022, AZDHS changed from publishing cases data daily to weekly. Therefore, this chart combines historical daily data with estimated daily cases. AZDHS releases new data every Wednesday. Estimated cases and deaths are applied to the week number of the year. As an example, March 9, 2022, is the 11th week of the year. The estimated cases and deaths from this week are applied Monday through Sunday.

Cumulative cases vs deaths by race per 100,000 people

COVID-19 deaths (y axis) versus cases (x-axis) per 100,000 people for Asian (maroon), Black (gold), Latino (black), Native American (green), White (blue). Native Americans have been the hardest hit of any race in the state.

Arizona hospital beds

Hospital metrics indicate COVID-19’s demand on the Arizona health care system. These stacked bar charts display bed use overall, in intensive care units and emergency departments as reported by the Arizona Department of Health Services.

* On Oct. 13, Arizona Department of Health Services updated the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard. This has caused some adjustments to our Arizona graphs. More information.

Arizona emergency department beds

The stacked bar charts display emergency department bed use as reported by the Arizona Department of Health Services.

* More emergency department beds are reported as in use for COVID patients than the total number of emergency department beds in use. This is resulting in some of the data to display below the X axis.

* On Oct. 13, Arizona Department of Health Services updated the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard. This has caused some adjustments to our Arizona graphs. More information.

Arizona intensive care beds

The stacked bar charts display intensive care bed use in intensive care units as reported by the Arizona Department of Health Services.
* On Oct. 13, Arizona Department of Health Services updated the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard. This has caused some adjustments to our Arizona graphs. More information.

new by county

Each bar shows new vaccine doses by day. The colors within the bars indicate vaccines by county or state points of distribution. Hover over the sites to see the number of vaccines administered. Adjust the time span in the days to show box above the chart. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

new vaccines by gender

See vaccinations by gender over time in the bars displayed. Colored lines reflect the corresponding gender’s 7-day rolling average. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

new vaccines by age group

Watch the vaccine rollout using this chart. Colors in the bars reflect various age groups of Arizonans vaccinated by day. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

new vaccines by ethnicity per 100K

Colors reflect new vaccinations by ethnicity per 100,000 people by date. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

percent vaccinated

This chart shows the percent of Arizonans who are fully vaccinated, have received a single dose and have not vaccinated. Hovering over each wedge will reveal the percentages, while cumulative totals are shown below. Sources: Arizona Department of Health Services and County Population Totals, 2010-2019, U.S. Census Bureau.

total by age

Bar colors show the cumulative number vaccinated by age group by day. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

total by gender

Bar colors show the cumulative number vaccinated by gender by day. Females are in maroon, and males are in gold. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

total vaccines by ethnicity per 100K

See the cumulative number vaccinated by race per 100,000 people over time. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

total vaccines by ethnicity

Bar colors show the cumulative number vaccinated by ethnicity by day. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.

circulating variants

The stacked bar chart colors represent the proportion of SARS-CoV-2 variants circulating in Arizona by week. Data of COVID-19 cases are genetically sequenced to monitor variant distribution. Source: Efrem Lim, Biodesign Center for Fundamental and Applied Microbiomics and other laboratories who obtained samples, generated data share via GISAID and NCBI.

variants of concern

This table shows variants of concern and variants of interest by descending order of cases for each. Variants of concern are those that show evidence of an increased transmissibility or more severe disease. Whereas variants of interest have genetic changes with potential impact to transmissibility or disease severity. Source: Efrem Lim, Biodesign Center for Fundamental and Applied Microbiomics and other laboratories who obtained samples, generated data share via GISAID and NCBI.

data table

For a complete set of Arizona data, download or view this table, which includes county-level COVID data published by the Arizona Department of Health Services 3/20/2020-2/26/2022.

US new cases versus total cases by state

This U.S. graph shows a moving 7-day average of new cases compared to total cases. It displays the rate at which new cases are appearing. When the graph moves downward, there is a reduction in new cases. When the graph moves horizontally, new cases appear daily at a consistent rate. When the graph moves up and to the right, then the number of new cases per day is accelerating (that is, they are growing day-over-day).

To see information for each date and follow the progress of the epidemic in time, hover over a line. To select certain states, click the state filter box to select which to display. Alternatively (and for mobile selection) you can click states in the legend you want to show. A black line showing the total for your selection will appear. Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

US total deaths versus total cases by state

This U.S. graph shows a moving average of new cases compared to total cases. It displays the rate at which new cases are appearing. When the graph moves downward, there is a reduction in new cases. When the graph moves horizontally, new cases appear at a consistent rate. When the graph moves up and to the right, then the number of new cases per week is accelerating (that is, they are growing week-over-week).

To see information for each week and follow the progress of the epidemic in time, hover over a line. To select certain states, click the state filter box to select which to display. Alternatively (and for mobile selection) you can click states in the legend you want to show. A line showing the total for your selection will appear. Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

US 7-day average positive test rate by state

See which states have the most cases reported. Source: The COVID-19 Tracking Project.

Test turnaround time

The grey bars represent normalized average times between COVID-19 diagnostic test collection and processing completion for each day and a 7-day rolling average for tests processed in our lab. Source: ASU Biodesign Clinical Testing Laboratory data.

Testing volume

This bar chart shows daily volume of tests processed. Gold bars represent ASU student tests. Maroon bars represent the number of employee and public tests. The blue line is the 7-day rolling average of COVID-19 diagnostic tests processed by our lab. Source: ASU Biodesign Clinical Testing Laboratory data.

S gene dropouts

This bar chart displays the number of COVID-19 samples collected by week that are suspected as the B.1.1.7 UK variant. Note, in order to confirm the S gene dropout samples are the variant, requires genetic sequencing. Source: ASU Biodesign Clinical Testing Laboratory data.

S gene dropout per 100 tests

This bar chart displays the percentage of COVID-19 samples for every 100 collected by week, beginning Dec. 1, 2021, that are suspected as the omicron variant. Note, confirmation requires genetic sequencing. Source: ASU Biodesign Clinical Testing Laboratory data.

Positive daily tests

This chart shows the daily positive test rate of COVID-19 tests processed in our lab. The gold marks are positive tests for each day, while the maroon line shows the 7-day trailing average for daily positive tests. Source: ASU Biodesign Clinical Testing Laboratory data.

Sources

COVID-19 metrics and data for Arizona: Data Dashboard. Arizona Department of Health Services

COVID-19 metrics and data for the United States: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Efrem Lim, Biodesign Center for Fundamental and Applied Microbiomics and other laboratories who obtained samples, generated data share via GISAID and NCBI.

Lab data: ASU Biodesign Clinical Testing Laboratory

A dose of facts

Get answers to your COVID-19 questions and see our vaccine infographic.