- Dashboard Data
Updates are posted in the mornings by 10:00 a.m.
See the NEW Weekly Report (10/23/2020) for additional information. Also available, the Schools Update (10/23/2020).
This Weekly Report contains information about COVID-19 in Coconino County through September 26, 2020 (Week 39).
Executive Order 2020-43 requires businesses to adhere to Arizona Department of Health Services COVID-19 guidelines. Details are available on the Arizona Department of Health Services Business Dashboard. Under the requirements, certain businesses have been allowed to open when the three benchmarks fall within the Moderate range or below for a two-week period. The benchmarks include cases per 100,000 residents, percent positivity, and COVID-like illness as a percentage of hospitalizations. Coconino County has remained in the Moderate category for several months.
As Coconino County COVID-19 case numbers change over time, clarification regarding a move from the Moderate category to the Substantial category was requested by the County. ADHS confirmed this week that the all three benchmarks for transmission on the ADHS Business Dashboard must be met for 14 days, with a 12-day reporting lag, to move to a higher transmission phase. This is a change from previous guidance.
Coconino County is experiencing a substantial case incidence rate, however percent positivity and COVID-Like Illness are within the Moderate and Minimal range. Based on the ADHS guidelines, Coconino County remains within a Moderate level of community transmission.
Please be advised that the daily Social Media Snapshot and the full Data Dashboard will shift to being published Monday through Friday only starting Friday, October 23. Residents can continue to expect the Weekly Report and Weekly Schools Update to be published each Friday. COVID-19 reporting and visualization will continue to evolve as the pandemic continues.
The above graph is updated each week on Wednesdays by 10:00 a.m.