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Even as some parts of the nation see a decline in coronavirus cases, the case count in Mohave County, along with the rest of Arizona, continues to rise dramatically.
The Veterans Affairs Department on Tuesday defended itself against criticism of past shortages of masks and other medical gear to protect employees from the coronavirus but acknowledged its current supplies may not be enough to handle a second wave.
Bullhead City COVID-19 cases continue to mount, with five of the six new cases confirmed the evening of Monday, June 8 being from that service area.
Six more deaths from complications of COVID-19 were revealed Friday, June 5 by the Mohave County Department of Public Health, raising the virus death toll to 55 in the county.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 Pima County Board of Supervisors has voted to amend some of its health code regulations intended to protect employees and customers as businesses begin to reopen across Arizona.