PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona is reporting 577 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 22 more deaths.
The state Department of Health Services released the latest daily virus figures Friday. The total number of cases and deaths over the course of the pandemic now stand at 875,766 and 17,531, respectively.
Pinal County reported 81 new cases with three additional deaths. That brings the county totals to 52,504 positive cases with 888 deaths.
The in-patient hospitalizations due to the virus decreased slightly to 581. Of those, 167 were patients in the ICU.
The seven-day rolling average of Arizona's daily virus cases was 575.3 as of Thursday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The seven-day rolling average of daily virus-related deaths was 10.1.
Meanwhile, more than 5.6 million vaccine doses have been given out in the state. Roughly 3.2 million people, or 44.3% of Arizona's eligible population, have received at least one dose. Around 2.7 million are fully vaccinated.