An adult in the 30-39 age range has died of complications from COVID-19, the Mohave County Department of Public Health announced Monday, June 1.
The coronavirus pandemic and the onset of summer have posed the Kingman Area Food Bank with a number of hurdles, but come Thursday, June 4, the nonprofit organization will reopen its doors.
The number of patients hospitalized with positive or suspected cases of COVID-19 in Arizona has reached an all-time high, according to state figures.
Arizonans won't be learning which nursing homes have residents who have contracted or died from COVID-19, at least not from the state.
Arizona's top school official released guidelines on Monday for reopening the state's K-12 schools that includes detailed suggestions on how the districts can decide whether to start traditional classes after summer break or switch to partly or fully digital learning models.
An adult age 30-39 is the youngest victim yet from the coronavirus in Mohave County.
For the third consecutive day, Arizona health officials are reporting a large number of additional COVID-19 cases that has pushed the state’s total to nearly 20,000.
About one-third of all U.S. deaths attributed to COVID-19 have been connected to long-term care facilities.
Mohave County Library District has reopened library facilities to the public with a number of changes due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Youth sports and summer day camps can resume, and schools will reopen in the fall following closures because of the coronavirus outbreak, Gov. Doug Ducey announced Thursday.
Another 19 cases of COVID-19, including 10 in the Bullhead City service area, were confirmed by the Mohave County Department of Public Health late Thursday, May 28.
Wading into a politically charged issue, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday preached the importance of wearing masks in public as the nation's economy reopens from the “cataclysmic" damage inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Laughlin, Nevada is scheduled to make a comeback next week with a planned Thursday, June 4 opening.
The ICU bed availability in Mohave County is still solid, Mohave County Public Health Director Denise Burley told the board of supervisors Thursday, May 28.
Customers aren't exactly filling the places up.
With a possible lawsuit looming, Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday finally let go of some of the federal cash he got for local communities.
An inmate at the Mohave County jail has tested positive for COVID-19, the first case of the virus recorded at the facility.
Only about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, a number that’s surprisingly low considering the effort going into the global race for a vaccine.
There were 17 more COVID-19 cases confirmed by the Mohave County Department of Public Health the evening of Wednesday, May 27, more than half of which were from the Bullhead City service area.
The fraught, freighted number of this particular American moment is a round one brimming with zeroes: 100,000.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez said Tuesday that recent data indicates the coronavirus peak for hospitalizations on the vast reservation occurred from April 21-26, a month earlier than initial projections.
Mohave County Department of Public Health has received 160 vials of Remdesivir that can be used to treat COVID-positive patients who are in intensive care, the county’s chief health officer Denise Burley told the Mohave County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, May 26.
Mohave County set a one-week high for the number of new COVID-19 cases, with 69 positive tests from May 19-25, according to figures compiled by the Mohave County Department of Public Health.
The Arizona Senate abruptly adjourned for the year Tuesday, leaving for an expected special session legislation protecting businesses from liability lawsuits if their employees or patrons contract the coronavirus.