Coronavirus kills 6 extra Yuma County residents

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Newly reported cases remain relatively low

YUMA, Arizona (KYMA, KECY) – Coronavirus has killed six more in Yuma County, bringing the death toll to 238 since the pandemic began.

The Yuma County Public Health Department (YCPHD) confirmed 128 new cases Tuesday. It’s a relatively low number in a month that peaked at 284 new cases every day on July 5.

Yuma Regional Medical Center (YRMC) discharged 12 more coronavirus patients, and ICU cases remained stable.

Here are the latest stats from the YCPHD:

Coronavirus in Yuma County – Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Total confirmed cases 10,574 +128 If you
Total patients tested 51,405 +605 If you
Total deaths 238 +6 If you
If you If you If you If you
Patient currently in hospital 79 -4 If you
Intensive care patients 24 — —. If you
Fans in use / available 21st 25th If you
Discharge patients 819 +12 If you
Surge transmissions If you 0 152 in total
If you If you If you If you
Female 5,544 +63 52%
Male 5,030 +65 48%
Patients under 20 years of age 1,464 +21 14%
20-44 4,810 +70 46%
45-54 1.634 +18 fifteen%
55-64 1,371 +9 13%
65+ 1.295 +16 12%

* Yuma County’s coronavirus statistics now include data from the Yuma County Prison Complex

Arizona health officials have confirmed nearly 166,000 cases of coronavirus since the pandemic began. The disease has killed more than 3,400 Arizonans.

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