Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Maricopa County COVID-19 Data

Data Collection Since January 22, 2020
Case numbers are updated daily around 9 a.m.

Updated: 04/02/2020

Total Number 
of Cases

509,830 1

Up 0 from 2/27

Total Number 
of Deaths


Up 0 from 2/27


35,638 (7%) 

Intensive Care Unit

2,293 (0%)

1. Total number of cases and deaths are cumulative. Effective 8/14/20 cumulative case counts include both probable and lab-confirmed cases and include hospital and ICU admissions. 
Note: Maricopa County daily counts may vary slightly from state reporting due to differences in data reporting download times.


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