Coronavirus News for Kayenta

Arizona COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000 as weekslong spikes continue

Known cases of COVID-19 in Arizona passed 100,000 on Monday, just over five months since the first case was identified in Maricopa County. More info »

The Arizona Republic - 07/07/2020 12:03pm

Arizona Coronavirus Death Toll Mounts as Hospitals Near Capacity

Arizona reported 117 deaths from the coronavirus on Tuesday, bringing the total to 1,927. Tuesday's death toll includes 52 fatalities from death certificate matching. Deaths are not recorded until the ... More info »

U.S. News & World Report - 07/07/2020 08:03am

Arizona House Democrats call for federal help with coronavirus testing

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Arizona’s five Democrats in the House ... Management Agency on the state’s behalf. They say COVID-19 testing is "dangerously" limited and hasn't kept up with demand. AZ has the ... More info »

AZFamily - 07/07/2020 11:59am

'In Crisis:' Arizona continues to see record spike in COVID-19 cases and deaths

NBC News Correspondent Steve Patterson brings the latest from Arizona where a record surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths is being traced back to the lapse in the state’s stay-at-home order in May. More info »

MSNBC - 07/07/2020 09:49am

Arizona officials say number of COVID-19 cases tops 100,000

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Arizona has now surpassed 100,000, and younger people, not the elderly, make up more than half of them, state health officials said Monday. The Department ... More info »

San Francisco Chronicle - 07/07/2020 12:25pm

Arizona legislator says she tested positive for the coronavirus

Goodyear, is the second state legislator and among more than 100,000 Arizonans known to have contracted COVID-19. More info »

The Arizona Republic - 07/06/2020 03:12pm

Your Southern AZ COVID-19 Roundup for

The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Arizona climbed reached 105,000 as of Tuesday, July 7, after the state reported 3,653 new cases this morning, according to the Arizona Department of ... More info »

Tucson Weekly - 07/07/2020 09:01am

Arizona may have to send coronavirus patients to other states amid ICU bed shortage

As some hospitals in Arizona deal with a sharp influx in coronavirus patients, one mayor is warning that the state might have to rely on neighboring states to help shoulder the rising numbers. More info »

Washington Examiner - 07/07/2020 10:21am

Live updates: Birx says U.S. underestimated community spread of coronavirus, spurred by young people

Deborah Birx, the physician who oversees the White House pandemic response, said leaders in states that were not hard-hit early on “thought they would be forever spared through this." ... More info »

Washington Post - 07/07/2020 01:38pm

Strain of COVID-19 that may spread more, be less deadly linked to most of Arizona's cases

A mutation of COVID-19 called D614G is likely more easily spread between people and might be less deadly. Many cases in Arizona are linked to this strain. More info »

KPNX - 07/07/2020 01:25pm

11 new COVID-19 cases reported in Phoenix firefighters since last week

Dozens of Phoenix firefighters have tested positive for the coronavirus in the past couple of weeks, and that number could go up. More info »

AZFamily - 07/07/2020 11:13am

Arizona healthcare workers say they're seeing severe coronavirus cases in people from their 20s to their 90s, but people aren't taking it seriously — in 'denial' they won't ...

"It's scary people aren't taking it seriously," physician's assistant Sarah Barr told Business Insider as Arizona's outbreak keeps getting worse. More info »

Business Insider on - 07/06/2020 05:26am
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Kayenta, Arizona. Population for Kayenta from the last gathering is 4922. You can view Kayenta venues that host many Kayenta AZ events every year.

You can find a ton of properties for sale if you search the Kayenta page on Zillow. Currently Kayenta has an average listing price for homes for sale on the market of $269,027. More real estate facts about Kayenta: The number of properties currently for sale in Kayenta is 1,785. The median homes for sale listing price is $199,167. This is broken down with the number of three bedroom houses in Kayenta consisting of 809 with an average listing price for these house of $279,636. Out of the 210 houses that are four bedroom the average listing price for Kayenta is $416,848. Interest rates for Kayenta are at historic lows as well.

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