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NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

August 24th: The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) issued an emergency measure requiring Arizona schools, child care centers, and shelters to report outbreaks of COVID19 to their local health departments.  

August 6th: ADHS released school benchmarks.  



* The ADHS website describes three levels of benchmarks (green, yellow, and red) in their document "Safely Returning to In-Person Instruction." County Public Health Departments were requested by ADHS to follow these guidelines. However, the ADHS school benchmarks' colors updated weekly on the ADHS dashboard do not match the corresponding color thresholds outlined in their document. Therefore, in an effort to reduce confusion, Pinal County will not post school district benchmarks until ADHS provides further clarification. Superintendents receiving data from Pinal County Public Health via the school liaison are welcome to continue receiving the data.  
Tascha Spears, Ph.D., M.Sc., RN
Director, Pinal County Public Health 

 


                                                                                                                                                            

 

The current status of community spread COVID-19 in Pinal County is: Moderate

More information can be found on the Arizona Department of Health Services Data Dashboard, which contains relevant details as to the status of the disease in our State and County which might be helpful or necessary for decision making related to Governor Ducey's Executive Orders and the ADHS COVID-19 requirements for establishments considering reopening.

 

*The Pinal County data comes directly from ADHS and will be updated weekly. Clicking on the graph will take you to the ADHS Business Dashboard.

 

Pinal County is Offering Free COVID-19 Testing in Florence and Casa Grande Starting September 14, 2020. 

Each week, in partnership with Paradigm Laboratories, testing will be offered on Mondays and Wednesdays in Florence and Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays in Casa Grande. Testing on Tuesdays in Florence will be prioritized for Law Enforcement, Correctional Officers, EMS/Fire and Healthcare workers.

Testing will be via the Nasopharyngeal swab method for ages 5 years and up, and results are expected within 48 hours.  No insurance information will be taken.  

Click on the link below to register.

Florence Library & Community Center
Florence, AZ
 Register Here  855-452-2346
Len Colla Recreation Center
Casa Grande, AZ
 Register Here  855-452-2346

ADDITIONAL TESTING SITES

WEBSITE

PHONE #

Banner Urgent Care
Ironwood Rd & San Tan Valley

urgentcare.bannerhealth.com

480-827-5760

Banner Urgent Care
Gary Rd & San Tan Valley

urgentcare.bannerhealth.com

480-827-5750

Banner Urgent Care
McMurray Blvd & Casa Grande

urgentcare.bannerhealth.com

520-316-0688

CVS Pharmacy
Apache Junction/Casa Grande/City of Maricopa

cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid19-testing

480-983-1129

Horizon Health & Wellness
Apache Junction/Casa Grande/Florence/Oracle 

hhwaz.org

480-903-0065

NextCare
Florence Blvd & Casa Grande

nextcare.com/curbside/

520-876-0800

Maricopa Wellness Center
Smith Enke Rd & Maricopa

maricopawellnesscenter.com

520-464-6193

NextCare
Southern Ave & Apache Junction

nextcare.com/curbside/

480-985-0172

One Life Medical Center
Ocotillo Rd & Queen Creek

onelifemedicalcenter.com

480-923-7421

SunLife Family Health Centers

slfhc.org

888-381-3446

Embry Women's Health @ Poston Butte H.S.
Register Here
Sonora Quest Laboratories
Southern Ave & Apache Junction
sonoraquest.com 480-474-1001
Sonora Quest Laboratories
Gantzel Rd & Queen Creek
sonoraquest.com 480-987-1545
The Little Clinic
Combs Rd & San Tan Valley
thelittleclinic.com 480-474-6620
FastMed Urgent Care
Pinal Pkwy & Florence
fastmed.com 520-868-0573
Cobre Valley Superior Clinic
1134 US 60 & Superior
dvrmc.org

520-689-2423

*Testing site locations are current at the time of publication on September 21, 2020 and will be updated weekly.  Please ensure you check the facility website or call ahead to confirm testing availability.


Message from Pinal County Public Health

Pinal County Public Health continues to encourage the community to wear face coverings to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Please keep in mind people may not be showing any symptoms.

Wearing face coverings, staying 6 feet away from others, and frequently washing hands remains the best way to protect others and yourself.

For the latest information and
data on #COVID19, go to https://www.azdhs.gov/coronavirus

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How COVID-19 Spreads

Find answers from across the U.S. government

Check for symptoms

Real-Time Map of Novel Coronavirus Cases

Is there a risk for animals

Two COVID-19 hotlines are available:
2-1-1 and 520-626-4160, anytime

View current case counts statewide at:
Arizona Department of Health Services

Follow Pinal County Public Health Services District:
Facebook.com/pinalhealth
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Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water is unavailable, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.

The importance of Physical Distancing

Use of Cloth Face Coverings

Know Your Symptoms and Your Risk

What to do if Your Sick

What to Know About Testing

Sick with COVID-19 or Being Evaluated

Close Contact of Someone with COVID-19

Caring for Someone with who may COVID-19

Testing Locations

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Arizona Department of Health Services

ArizonaTogether.org

RESILIENT Arizona Crisis Counseling Program

Physical Distancing

Quarantine and Home Isolation

Rumors and Myths Regarding COVID-19 

Call 520-626-4160 for Text Verification

What To Do Next - Steps after Testing Positive

Complete Survey Provided by Text Link to Help Us
Gathering Data Quickly

Quarantine & Isolation Guidance

 

PCPH Messaging Shared on Social Media

Download Graphics and Documents

Share With Your Community

 


 

 Coronavirus
COVID-19
HOTLINES

Two COVID-19 hotlines
have been set up to answer
questions from the public
and healthcare providers
about testing, symptoms,
and many other virus-related
topics.

For general information
about COVID-19, including
news, testing, prevention,
and cleaning guidelines,
call 2-1-1 from
8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily.

Healthcare Providers or
people who have questions
about symptoms they or their
patients are having can call
520-626-4160, anytime.

To view current case
counts statewide go
to the Arizona Department
of Health Services website
.

Before you click on
the graphic below
to visit the ADHS
COVID-19 Cases by Zip code, please click on our link to view our important message.

Review COVID-19 Data with Caution 


 

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