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Coconino County reports 249 confirmed cases Oct. 11-17

Coronavirus testing (Stock photo)

Coronavirus testing (Stock photo)

As of Oct. 26, there are four active cases of COVID-19 in the city of Williams and 11 active cases in the 86046 zip code.

There has been a cummulative total of 96 cases within the 86046 zip code since the initial spread of the virus in Arizona in early spring, according to Coconino County officials.

Active cases are removed from the list after 14 days, the time experts believe the virus is no longer present.

Ash Fork has 1-5 cases reported since March, and Parks has 14. Grand Canyon Village/Tusayan has recorded 63.

Coconino County reported 249 confirmed cases and 2,337 negative cases from Oct. 11 - Oct. 17.

The county has had 4,975 confirmed cases since the onset.

Arizona is seeing a slow increase in the average number of coronavirus cases since a decline that lasted through August and September appears to be ending.

Arizona was a national hotspot for the virus in June and early July, but numbers began to drop last month. Officials with the Arizona Department of Health Sciences said there have now been 238,964 COVID-19 cases and 5,875 deaths statewide since the pandemic began.

A COVID-19 testing and flu shot clinic will be held in Munds Park Oct. 29 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Pinewood Country Club, 395 E Pinewood Blvd, Munds Park, Arizona.

Free saliva-based diagnostic COVID-19 testing is available at Northern Arizona University (NAU) and Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff.

Testing will be available beginning Sept. 2 through Nov. 24 at the NAU Fieldhouse and beginning Sept. 8 at Fort Tuthill County Park.

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