The number of new coronavirus cases in Arizona continued to surge on New Year’s Day, and another 125 infected people died. This is also the second consecutive day the number of confirmed cases of the new crown in Arizona reached the highest level since January last year.
The Arizona Department of Health Services (Department of Health Services) reported on Saturday (January 1) that there were 8,220 new cases of new crowns in the state that day, an increase from 7,720 on Friday, and another 125 deaths. As a result, the number of confirmed cases of new crowns in the state increased to 1,389,708, and the number of deaths increased to 24,354.
In Arizona, the number of new cases in a single day in January last year exceeded 8,000 in 13 days.
The Arizona Department of Health Services also reported that the number of hospitalizations related to the new coronavirus has declined for the second consecutive day. The number of hospitalizations for virus patients on Friday was 2,283.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the 7-day average of daily new coronavirus cases in Arizona has increased significantly in the past two weeks, from 3,058 on December 16 to 4,325 on December 30.