Arizona reports lower COVID-19 numbers as hospitalizations continue 4 weeks of declines


Arizona reported just 600 new COVID-19 cases and four new known deaths on Monday, as hospitalizations for the disease continue four weeks of steady declines.

Inpatient hospitalizations, ICU beds in use and ventilators in use all dropped on Sunday, continuing general downward trends over the past month, according to hospital data reported to the state. 

Identified cases rose to 187,523 and known deaths totaled 4,154, according to the daily report by the Arizona Department of Health Services. 

Monday’s dashboard shows 80% of inpatient beds and 81% of ICU beds were in use, which includes people being treated for COVID-19 and other patients. Overall, 36% of ventilators were in use.

Most people who get the disease are not hospitalized. The state does not report the number of recovered cases, although it does report hospital discharges. US SPREAD GOOD NEWS!

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