County and state health officials are doubling down on their insistence that people wear face masks and maintain their distance as the number of COVID-19 cases continue to surge throughout the state.
Twelve more Graham County residents and one more Greenlee County resident were diagnosed with COVID-19 Sunday, bringing the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 152 in Graham County and 26 in Greenlee.
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As of Sunday, 140 COVID-19 cases have been documented in Graham County, 21 in Greenlee County and 811 in Cochise County.
The Greenlee County Health Department announced Saturday night four more county residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19, bringing the total number of their cases to 25.
As of Friday morning, the state has confirmed 125 COVID-19 cases in Graham County, 19 in Greenlee County and 710 in Cochise County.
Duncan will still be celebrating the Fourth of July on Saturday, but the decision to do so wasn't a unanimous one and it came after being discouraged by the Greenlee County Health Department.