Three new coronavirus cases were reported Sunday in Kingman. Two of the cases are in the 20-44-year-old age range. One case is hospitalized and the other is in isolation, recovering at home. A third patient is older than 65, and recovering at home, the county said.

There are now 50 positive confirmed cases in Lake Havasu City, with four deaths, 173 in Kingman, with 22 deaths, 7 cases in the northern county communities, and 19 cases in Bullhead City, with one death. Mohave County has reported 249 confirmed cases with 27 deaths.

Mohave County has performed 3,071 tests, with 2,656 returning negative results. There are 179 tests pending.


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If and when the nursing home numbers are released along with the results of the crash testing at the Aquatic Center Saturday, those numbers might suggest that Lake Havasu City was premature with its "Open Together" Plan on May 11th in lieu of the CDC Guidelines from the nations top medical investigators released days later. How many residents are being put in harms way?[sad][scared]


Why don't they give out the age of those who died instead of over 65. Out east they reported a covid death of someone who was already in hospice care.


I would like to see a breakdown on new Coronavirus cases that start in nursing homes and those that start in the general public. It will give us a better idea on the severity of the situation and whether we should remain sheltered.

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