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The patient is a woman in her 40s, and is the second presumptive positive case of coronavirus in Arizona.The patient is a woman in her 40s, and is the second presumptive positive case of coronavirus in Arizona.

3rd case of coronavirus in Arizona, according to state health officials

A third person in Arizona has been diagnosed with the COVID-19 coronavirus, state officials said Friday morning.A third person in Arizona has been diagnosed with the COVID-19 coronavirus, state officials said Friday morning.

Woman in 40s becomes Arizona's 3rd patient diagnosed with coronavirus

A third person in Arizona has been diagnosed with the COVID-19 coronavirus, state officials said Friday morning.

Woman in 40s becomes Arizona’s 3rd patient diagnosed with coronavirus | KTAR.com

Friday's announcement of a new presumptive positive coronavirus case marks the third total case so far in Arizona.Friday's announcement of a new presumptive positive coronavirus case marks the third total case so far in Arizona.

New case of coronavirus in Arizona believed to be 'community spread'

“I received a briefing on the coronavirus this morning at @AZDHS from @drcarachrist and the team, who said the risk of spread in AZ remains low & recommended Arizonans continue to wash their hands regularly.”

Martha McSally on Twitter: "I received a briefing on the coronavirus this morning at @AZDHS from @drcarachrist and the team, who said the risk of spread in AZ remains low & recommended Arizonans continue to wash their hands regularly.… https://t.co/aCcRTSET8Y"

“Arizona is believed to have community spread of coronavirus https://t.co/W0JwHYUC3T”

Amina Akhtar on Twitter: "Arizona is believed to have community spread of coronavirus https://t.co/W0JwHYUC3T"

“According to HHS, the death rate for those who contract COVID-19 (#CoronaVirus) is between 0.1% and 1%. The vast majority of people recover. Still, many are concerned as they watch it spread. Now Arizona has its second case. #CoronaVirusAZ https://t.co/6GD5brOdzT”

Mitch Carr on Twitter: "According to HHS, the death rate for those who contract COVID-19 (#CoronaVirus) is between 0.1% and 1%. The vast majority of people recover. Still, many are concerned as they watch it spread. Now Arizona has its second case. #CoronaVirusAZ https://t.co/6GD5brOdzT"

“They said y’all was in Scottsdale this weekend partying with a corona virus patient 🤦🏾‍♂️ it’s all over AZ now! 85% of ya old town every weekend 😂”

Marquis Flowers on Twitter: "They said y’all was in Scottsdale this weekend partying with a corona virus patient 🤦🏾‍♂️ it’s all over AZ now! 85% of ya old town every weekend 😂"

The patient is a health care worker who lives in Pinal County.The patient is a health care worker who lives in Pinal County.

Three cases of coronavirus now reported in Arizona | Arizona News | azfamily.com

Health officials confirmed the case in a news release Friday morning.Health officials confirmed the case in a news release Friday morning.

Community-spread coronavirus case confirmed in Pinal County

Arizona health officials say they have yet to determine how a third patient with the new coronavirus became infected.Arizona health officials say they have yet to determine how a third patient with the new coronavirus became infected.

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Pima County officials, healthcare providers urge calm during COVID-19 outbreak

Pima County Health Department is urging residents to stay alert and calm after the third case of COVID-19 in the state was confirmed Friday.Pima County Health Department is urging residents to stay alert and calm after the third case of COVID-19 in the state was confirmed Friday.

Pima County urges public to stay alert, calm amid news of 3rd case of COVID-19 in Arizona

The test is a "presumptive positive," meaning it has been confirmed by the state but have not been confirmed by the CDC yet.The test is a "presumptive positive," meaning it has been confirmed by the state but have not been confirmed by the CDC yet.

Third person diagnosed with coronavirus in Arizona | 12news.com

Arizona Department of Health Services confirmed Friday that the third person diagnosed with COVID-19 in Arizona is from Pinal County.

ADHS: State's third COVID-19 case in Pinal County

Arizona health officials confirm, the state has its third diagnosed case of the coronavirus.

Arizona health officials confirm third case of coronavirus - KYMA

The woman in her 40s is currently hospitalized in Phoenix-area hospital.The woman in her 40s is currently hospitalized in Phoenix-area hospital.

Pinal County health-care worker is third case of coronavirus confirmed in Arizona | Local news | tucson.com

The woman in her 40s is currently hospitalized in Phoenix-area hospital.The woman in her 40s is currently hospitalized in Phoenix-area hospital.

Pinal County health-care worker is third case of coronavirus confirmed in Arizona | Local news | tucson.com

The Arizona Department of Health Services announced on Friday morning that a third person has been diagnosed with the 2019 novel coronavirus. It's the second presumptive positive case identified by the Arizona State Public Health Laboratory this week. The latest case involves a woman in her 40s. She is currently...A third person has been diagnosed with the 2019 novel coronavirus. The latest case involves a woman in her 40s. She is currently hospitalized.

Third Coronavirus Case in Arizona Confirmed, Woman Hospitalized | Phoenix New Times

No cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed locally, Pima County administrator Chuck Huckelberry said Friday.No cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed locally, Pima County administrator Chuck Huckelberry said Friday.

Third coronavirus case diagnosed in Arizona; 79 people tested in Pima County | Local news | tucson.com

A third Arizona resident has been "presumptively" diagnosed with COVID-19 — a woman who has been hospitalized. Pima County officials said Friday that no tests here have been positive for the coronavirus, pushing back against rumors that a patient here has been diagnosed..A third Arizona resident has been "presumptively" diagnosed with COVID-19 — a woman who has been hospitalized. Pima County officials said Friday that no tests here have been positive for the coronavirus, pushing back against rumors that a patient here has been diagnosed..

3rd Az coronavirus case is hospitalized woman; Officials state no positive tests in Pima County