2 More Deaths in County
4 New Cases
Total Cases Now 120
12 Total Deaths in County
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ (April 30, 2020) The Mohave County Health Department (MCDPH) Nursing staff was notified this afternoon of two COVID-19 deaths and four new positive cases.
Of the four new cases, one is a 55-64 year age range person who is hospitalized in the Lake Havasu City service area and is linked to another confirmed case; another is in the Kingman Service area and is 65+ age range and is hospitalized and linked to another confirmed case; one is in the 20-44 year old age range in the Kingman service area, is in isolation and recovering at home, and is not linked to a previous case and not travel-related; and, finally, there is one in the “Other” service area (Other encompasses Beaver Dam, Littlefield, and Colorado City). The individual, is in the 55-64 year old age range, is in isolation and recovering at home. It has yet to be determined if the case is linked to another confirmed case or travel related. The contact investigation will soon be initiated by the county’s public health nurses.
Both deaths were in previously identified confirmed cases. Both are in the Kingman service are and 65+ . One is linked to another confirmed case and the other is not, nor travel related.
There are now 31 positive confirmed cases in the Lake Havasu City area, including three deaths, 78 in Kingman, with a total of eight deaths there and 11 in Bullhead City, including one death. There are a total of 12 deaths in the county from the disease.
As a reminder the Arizona Department of Health Services will be holding their Test Blitz in Kingman this Saturday from 7-1pm
Kingman High School
4182 N Bank St.
There are 500 tests available to determine if you are positive for COVID-19 (these are not the antibody tests) They will be free to the public and open to anyone who wants them with a cap at 500 tests.
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