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As of April 16, Coconino County Health and Human Services has confirmed 297 positive cases and a total of 26 fatalities. Access to testing continues to be a significant challenge and, as a result, testing is being focused only on front line health care workers and those who are symptomatic with underlying health vulnerabilities.

The County was the first in the State to open drive up testing and has provided quarantine facilities for homeless individuals who have tested positive or are self-isolating because of potential exposure. Partnering with the State of Arizona, we will be opening a low-acuity facility at the Walgreens warehouse in Flagstaff. This will be an important facility to get in place to increase regional healthcare capacity.

Things to Remember:

Wash your hands frequently and for at least 20 seconds.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
Cover when coughing and wash your hands immediately after.
Clean and disinfect objects and surfaces frequently used.
Stay at home if you are sick.
Get a flu shot.

If you would like more information about COVID-19, please call 928.679.7300.

Health Care Professionals interested in assisting during the Coconino County COVID-19 response are asked to register with the Emergency System for the Advanced Registration of Volunteer Health Professionals (ESAR-VHP).

We appreciate your willingness to share your expertise.

If you are an interested Health Care Professional, please view the link below:

Information for Businesses and Employees Effected by COVID-19

For business owners, Coconino County offers weekly Small Business COVID-19 Response Planning Webinars from 1:30-2:30 p.m., every Thursday. Phone in options are available. Also, every Tuesday from 2-3 p.m., there are webinar tutorials on how to apply and information on Small Business Administration (SBA) loan. Phone-in options are available.

If you would like more information or to get an invitation to attend the webinars, contact Chris Pasterz, Coconino County Economic Development Manager, at Also, you can view the links below.

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