The Arizona Department of Health Services reported six new cases of COVID-19, but no additional deaths, in Mohave County on Sunday, Oct. 25.
Twenty-two Mohave County residents spoke against face coverings being required in county-owned buildings as a safety measure against COVID-19.
The U.S. coronavirus caseload has reached record heights with more than 83,000 infections reported in a single day, the latest ominous sign of the disease’s grip on the nation, as states from Connecticut to the Rocky Mountain West reel under the surge.
While the City of Kingman has lifted its mask mandate, Kingman Regional Medical Center announced Wednesday, Oct. 21 that it will continue to require masks in all KRMC facilities.
While the City of Kingman’s mask mandate has been removed, face coverings will still be required in city buildings, and local businesses remain under the direction of Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive orders
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people from all walks of life in a variety of ways for more than six months, and with today marking the final day of Kingman’s 14th Annual Walk Away from Drugs event, locals are being encouraged not to succumb to temptation that comes with times of struggle.
Arizona reported nearly 1,000 additional COVID-19 cases Thursday as the state health director said she expects a “significance increase” a week or two after Thanksgiving because of family gatherings and students returning home.
The death of a resident from the Bullhead City medical service area from complications of COVID-19, along with 12 new cases of the virus, were reported by the Mohave County Department of Public Health the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 20.
There were no new reported cases of COVID-19, and no additional deaths, in Mohave County on Sunday, Oct. 11, according to the Arizona Department of Public Health.
Five new cases of COVID-19, but no additional deaths, were reported in Mohave County by the Arizona Department of Health Services on Sunday, Oct. 18. The Mohave County Department of Public Health no longer issues updates on weekends.
Mohave County experienced 44 new cases of COVID-19, and another resident has died from the coronavirus, the Mohave County Department of Public Health reported on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 15-16.
Based on the number of comments Mohave County received via social media platforms concerning the mask mandate in county buildings, Supervisor Gary Watson of District 1 called for a town hall or a public workshop in place of the previously scheduled board of supervisors meeting at noon on Thursday, Oct. 22.
Just over a month has passed since Kingman City Council voted 5-2 to keep Mayor Jen Miles’ mask proclamation in effect until Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Arizona added 30,200 new jobs last month. But the question of what that means in an unemployment rate is a little less certain.
With 23 new COVID-19 cases reported on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 13-14, Mohave County has now experienced more than 4,000 cases of the coronavirus. Approximately 1.9% of the population has been infected, according to the Mohave County Department of Public Health.
Mohave County experienced no new COVID-19 cases for a second straight day, according to a news release from the Mohave County Department of Public Health issued the evening of Sunday, Oct. 11. There were also no new deaths to report.
President Donald Trump said Monday he's leaving the military hospital where he has been receiving an unprecedented level of care for COVID-19, declaring that despite his illness the nation should not be afraid of the virus that has killed more than 210,000 Americans.
There were no new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths reported by the Mohave County Department of Public Health the evening of Sunday, Oct. 4.
An adult age 60-69 from the expansive Kingman medical service area has tested positive for COVID-19. It was the only new case reported in Mohave County by the county Department of Public Health the evening of Saturday, Oct. 3.