29 New COVID-19 Cases Reported Friday
1 New Death
18,976 Total Positives
551 Total Deaths
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ (February 27, 2021) — The Mohave County Health Department (MCDPH) Nursing staff has been notified of 29 new confirmed COVID-19 cases reported Friday. There is 1 new death.
The one new death is a 70-79, previously reported positive case in the Lake Havasu City service area.
Of the 29 new confirmed cases, there are 20 new cases in the Bullhead City service area. There are 4 new cases in the Kingman service area. There are 3 new cases in the Lake Havasu City service area. There is 1 new case in the North County service area. There is 1 new case in an Undetermined area of the county.
Of the 20 new cases in the Bullhead City area, 18 of them remain under investigation. One is 0-10; three are 11-19; four are 20-29; three are 30-39; one is 50-59; four are 60-69; two are 70-79.
The remaining two cases in the Bullhead City area are recovering at home and are linked to another case. One is 20-29 and the other is 50-59.
ALL of the remaining cases are still under investigation.
Of the four confirmed new cases in the Kingman area, two are 20-29; one is 60-69; one is 70-79.
Of the three new cases in the Lake Havasu City area, one is 30-39 and two are 60-69.
The single new case in the North County area is 20-29.
The solitary case in an Unknown area of the county is 30-39.
TOTAL POSITIVE CASES –—–18,976
TOTAL RECOVERED: 12,301
NOTE: Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) has opened its COVID-19 vaccine clinic to the public― beginning with adults age 75 and older. In coordination with the Mohave County Department of Public Health, During the prior administration phases, KRMC vaccinated hospital staff (Phase 1A) and Protective Services Occupations. (Phase 1B,Category 1). Now, the hospital is transitioning to Phase 1B, Category 2, 75 Years and Older. KRMC is providing the COVID-19 vaccination BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. People ages 75 and Older can schedule an appointment by calling 928-263-3945. There is no charge for the COVID-19 vaccine. Photo ID and masks are required at time of service.
Mohave County Allocation:
Total amount of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine = 39,700 doses
- Bullhead City 10,700
- Ft.Mohave/Mohave Valley 3,300
- Kingman 11,200
- Lake Havasu City 12,800
- North County 1,700
Current Mohave County Vaccination Phases:
- Phase 1A & 1B Priority Population Vaccinations:
- 1A – Healthcare personnel, including frontline workers at increased risk for COVID-19. – Activated/Started
- 1A – Long-term care residents at highest risk for severe disease and death, including staff who interact with vulnerable populations. – Activated/Started
- 1B – Protective Services Occupations – Activated/Started
- 1B – Adults 75 and Older – Activated/Started
- 1B – Education and Childcare Workers – Activated/Started
- 1B – Adults 65 and Older – Activated/Started
- 1B – Essential Services/Critical Industry Workers – Pending/Not Started
- 1B – Adults with Risk Conditions in Congregate Settings – Pending/Not Started
*IMPORTANT NOTE: Extra help is in place with our County COVID Call Center for the 75 Years & Older sub-category who do not have access to the Internet and/or a computer. Those individuals can now help dealing with COVID-19 information. 928-753-8665.
The call center will also answer any other questions on COVID-19. There are 6 people answering the calls, so please be patient. They will get to you. Thank you!
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Mohave County Department of Public Health staff review case information for accuracy and completeness. There are a number of reasons for the adjustments, including the removal of cases that did not have a permanent address in Mohave County, reconciliation of cases reported twice or not originally reported, and removal of probable cases.
Steps you can take to prevent the spread of COVID-19 include:
ü Wear a mask over your nose and mouth
ü Stay at least 6 feet away from others who do not live with you
ü Avoid crowds
ü Avoid poorly ventilated spaces
ü Wash your hands often
ü Cover coughs and sneezes
ü Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces
ü Stay home if you feel sick
ü Monitor your health daily