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Mission Statement

Yavapai County Community Health Services will provide leadership, information, and services that contribute to improving the health and well-being of Yavapai County residents.

Vision

Yavapai County residents will have the opportunity to optimize their health and well-being.

Yavapai County COVID-19 Update

5/24/2022 10:30:00 AM

 
Yavapai County
Confirmed Cases: 48823 Deaths: 1224 Recoveries: 48358
Arizona
Cases: 2038129 Deaths: 30259

Yavapai Case Locations

  Count   Change
Ash Fork 294 +0
Bagdad 702 +1
Black Canyon City  465 +0
Camp Verde 2924 +4
Chino Valley 3257 +3
Clarkdale 976 +1
Congress 173 +0
Cordes 41 +0
Cornville 991 +2
Cottonwood 6063 +9
Crown King 14 +0
Dewey 2149 +0
Groom Creek 21 +0
Humboldt 259 +0
Iron Springs 17 +0
Jerome 81 +0
Kirkland 177 +0
Lake Montezuma 17 +0
Mayer 1005 +3
Paulden 796 +1
Peeple's Valley 41 +0
Prescott 11412 +18
Prescott Valley 11023 +8
Rimrock 955 +0
Sedona 2013 +3
Seligman 199 +1
Skull Valley 78 +0
Spring Valley 38 +0
Village of Oak Creek 938 +0
Wickenburg 8 +0
Yarnell 65 +0
Unknown 1630 -2
     

Yavapai Tests

Total Tested 414249  
Negative Tests 365642 88.6%
Positive Tests 48823  
 
New Tests Reported** 1825
New Cases Yavapai* +52
Positivity Rate(PCR & Serology)**   11.4%

**ADHS #s updated weekly   *since 5/23

 
   

Yavapai Case Details

Age Count Change Percent
0 to 5 819 +0 2%
6 to 12 2157 +1 4%
13 to 17 2659 +1 5%
18 to 24 4680 +5 10%
25 to 34 6345 +6 13%
35 to 44 6084 +5 12%
45 to 54 6072 +4 12%
55 to 64 7569 +8 16%
65 to 74 7171 +11 15%
75 to 84 3862 +7 8%
85+ 1341 +4 3%
Unknown 64 +0 <1%

 

     
Female 25965 53%  
Male 22854 47%  
Unknown 4 <1%  

Yavapai Hospitalizations

YRMC 3 0 PUI (PCT) 
3 0 PUI (PV)
VVMC    1 0 PUI
VA  2 0 PUI
* A PUI is an in-patient who has been admitted for care that has been tested for COVID-19 with results still pending.
* These numbers are only COVID-19 related hospitalizations.

Yavapai Mortality

Case fatality rate 2.5%
Deaths reported since 5/23           +0
   
Females 481 39%
Males 743 61%
     
Ash Fork 13 1%
Black Canyon City 10 1%
Camp Verde 69 6%
Chino Valley 90 7%
Clarkdale 21 2%
Congress 13 1%
Cornville 15 1%
Cottonwood 158 13%
Dewey 64 5%
Humboldt 9 1%
Mayer 45 4%
Paulden 20 2%
Prescott 350 29%
Prescott Valley 232 19%
Rimrock 25 2%
Sedona 31 3%
Village of Oak Creek 24 2%
Yarnell 5 <1%
Other Quad Cities 22 2%
Other Verde Valley 1 <1%
Unknown 7 1%
     
0 to 34 12 1%
35 to 44 28 2%
45 to 54 52 4%
55 to 64 132 11%
65 to 74 319 26%
75 to 84 369 30%
85 and older 312 26%
     

Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated

Lab-positive cases of COVID aged 13 and older since May 1, 2021
  Number Percent
Vaccinated   4800 16.6
+ Booster 1226 4.2
Unvaccinated   22965 79.2
Total   28555 100.0
Age   Vacc. + Booster Unvacc. % Unvacc.
5 to 12 43 1 1540 97.2
13 to 17  181 5 1496 88.9
18 to 24 346 38 2332 85.9
25 to 34 497 60 3210 85.2
35 to 44 574 86 3085 82.4
45 to 54 664 129 2871 78.4
55 to 64   884 230 3480 75.8
65 to 74   955 373 3006 69.4
75 to 84   504 234 1485 66.8
85 and older   152 70 460 67.5
   Vacc. + Booster Unvacc. % Unvacc.
Hospitalized   296 65 1974 84.5
Died   60 10 575 89.2
  - - - - Average Age - - - -
  Vaccinated + Booster Unvaccinated
All   52.8 63.0 44.3
Hospitalized   70.7 77.2 63.8
Died   77.8 79.9 71.9

Vaccine Administration*

Total Administered:  304068
Number of people with 1 dose:  130890
Percent of people with 1 dose:  56.3%
Number of people fully vaccinated:  112690
 

Vaccine Percentage by Age

< than 20 16.6%
20-34 44.4%
35-44 47.4%
45-54 50.2%
55-64 57.1%
> than 65 88.5%
*with at least 1 dose

Testing Sites in Yavapai County 

Emergency Operations Center Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) Donations 

Yavapai County Community Health Services' COVID-19 Resources for Reopening
Please refer to Governor Ducey’s website for reopening timelines: https://azgovernor.gov/ 

ADHS Local Health Resources 

COVID-19 Q&A - Guidance for Schools 

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs 

COVID-19 Vaccine Briefings

In the News...

Summer heat means preparing for mosquitoes

Mosquito season is upon us in Northern Arizona. The warm temperatures make them pass through their life cycle faster, so more are laying eggs and more eggs are hatching | Press Release

COVID-19 Update: Wednesday May 18, 2022

Yavapai County reports 174 COVID-19 Cases and 6 Deaths since Wednesday May 11, 2022. May 18th Press Release

Proposed EH Fee Schedule / Health Code & Ordinances Revision

Proposed Environmental Health Fee Schedule
An increase to the Environmental Health Unit Fee schedule is being recommended to the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors. The new fee schedule is necessary due to the increased cost of doing business. In addition, the new fees will more fairly cover the cost of time spent performing inspections. Courtesy presentation before the BOS will be July 20, 2022. Followed by a formal hearing to the BOS on August 3, 2022 pursuant to A.R.S. §36-187(C), A.R.S. §11-251.05(C), A.R.S. §11-251.13(2), A.R.S. §11-251.08. | PROPOSED EH FEE SCHEDULE

Proposed Yavapai County Health Code & Ordinances Revision
Proposed Revision 2022 “Yavapai County Health Code and Ordinance”. The Environmental Health department has decided to post the proposed revisions 60 days (not required) prior to the Courtesy presentation before the BOS on July 20, 2022. Followed by a formal hearing to the BOS on August 3, 2022 pursuant to A.R.S. §11-251-05(C). | PROPOSED HEALTH CODE



COVID-19 Update: Wednesday May 11, 2022

Yavapai County reports 165 COVID-19 Cases and 3 Deaths since Wednesday May 4, 2022. May 11th Press Release

COVID-19 Update: Wednesday May 4, 2022

Yavapai County reports 121 COVID-19 Cases and 6 Deaths since Wednesday April 27, 2022. May 4th Press Release

COVID-19 Update: Wednesday April 27, 2022

Yavapai County reports 115 COVID-19 Cases and 10 Deaths since Wednesday April 20, 2022. April 27th Press Release

Health Effects of Smoke from Wildfire and Prescribed Burns

Wildfire smoke is a mixture of small particles, gases, and water vapor. The primary health concern is the small particles. These small particles can cause burning eyes, runny nose, scratchy throat, headaches, and illness (i.e., bronchitis). They can also worsen chronic heart and lung disease (i.e., asthma, emphysema, and COPD). | Press Release

COVID-19 Update: Wednesday April 20, 2022

Yavapai County reports 84 COVID-19 Cases and 1 Deaths since Wednesday April 13, 2022. April 20th Press Release

COVID-19 Update: Wednesday April 13, 2022

There have been 47,935 positive cases and 1,201 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. April 13th Press Release

Wednesday, 4/6 Update: Yavapai County Reports 43 NEW COVID-19 Cases

There have been 47,926 positive cases and 1,198 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. April 6th Press Release

 

 
 
Director of CHS

Leslie Horton

Director

Appointed 2017
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Working Towards Healthier Communities

Guiding Principles

  • We serve the residents and visitors of Yavapai County by being effective stewards of taxpayer driven resources.
  • We promote and protect healthy communities through prevention and the provision of quality services and programs.
  • We collaborate with partners across the continuum in order to improve quality of life.
  • We align resources to achieve positive outcomes and hold ourselves accountable for achieving results.

Values

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  • Take Ownership and Be Accountable
  • Communicate Effectively
  • Honor and Respect Diversity
  • Respect and Be Sensitive to Client Privacy
  • Foster and Support Innovation
  • Commitment to Co-Workers
  • Be Courteous and Practice Established Etiquette
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