With More Than 2,000 Cases on Thursday, Arizona Reports Highest Number of New Cases since August 1st
November 06, 2020
As hospitalizations for the disease continue to increase, Arizona announced more than 2,100 new COVID-19 cases and 28 new known deaths on Thursday, November 5th, 2020.
The latest report on Thursday marks the first day that the state has documented more than 2,000 new cases since August 1st. For the first time, on Wednesday, the U.S. reported more than 100,000 new cases in a day.
As the virus has spread at its fastest rate in Arizona since June, the past few weeks have seen relatively higher daily case reports, while case numbers are still far below where they were during the summer peak. Arizona's governor, Doug Ducey told Arizonians to keep their guard up, however, he didn't announce any preventative measures or even strategies to keep those cases down.
Read the full article about this news here: Arizona Reports Highest Number of New Cases Since Aug. 1 as Hospitalizations Continue to Rise