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504

Total Cumulative Positive Cases of COVID-19

Updated October 27, 2020

Cumulative Number of Negative Tests4374
Number of Tests in Process32
Number Tested Today34
TOTAL Tested*4941
* Numbers reflect only those tested at the Hopi Health Care Center (HHCC) and partial data accessed at the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC)

Note: These data sets include newly added testing results from the Abbott ID NOW machine since April 20, 2020

  • The information by villages presented above is released by the Hopi Department of Health & Human Services, and the data shown reflects patients tested at the Hopi Health Care Center and at the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation specifically on Hopi tribal members. The data here does not include all state-wide data from other facilities such as Flagstaff, Winslow, Phoenix or other hospitals.
  • The Department of Health and Human Services does not have full access to the full recovery rate data and the number of deceased patients.

** A total of 415 individuals who tested positive are members of the Hopi Tribe.

Quick Links to the COVID-19 Response

Here is a quick overview of the COVID-19 statistics on a national, state, and local level:

As of this date – October 27, 2020

The United Sates now has over 8.6 million confirmed positive cases with 63,589 new cases and over 225,084 deaths reported.

Over 240,122 confirmed positive cases now exist in Arizona. Of those, close to 6,307 are in Navajo County alone.

The Hopi Health Care Center has tested over 4,907 patients to this date. Over 504 of those tests at Hopi Health Care Center came back positive with 361 from Hopi Tribal members. Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation reported 54 positives for Hopi Villages with a combined number of 415 positive Hopi Tribal members.

The information below provides a glimpse of the current numbers in those respective villages.

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415**

Total Positive Cases of COVID-19

by Hopi Villages

Updated October 27, 2020

  Number of Cases per Village* Active Cases last 14 days

Cumulative Cases As of 10/27/2020

Zip Codes      
86034 Yuwelu-paki 0 6
  Keams Canyon
0 14
86042

Polacca

(Walpi-Sitsom’ovi- Tewa)

7 151+
86043 Musangnuvi   11
  Supawlavi 1 15+(+)
  Söngoopavi 3 115+
       
86039 Kiqötsmovi 2 25
  Orayvi 0 8
       
86030 Paaqavi 0 2
  Hotvela 3 22+
       
86045 Munqapi* 5 38*
       
       
86047 Winslow ***
 0 4
       
86301 Prescott ***
0 1
       
85021 Phoenix ***
0 1
  TOTAL 19 415
  • *The information by villages presented above is released by the Hopi Department of Health & Human Services, and the data shown reflects patients tested at the Hopi Health Care Center and at the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation specifically on Hopi tribal members. The data from Lower and Upper Munqapi is consolidated until specific data can be re-verified. The community of residence for one Hopi Tribal member who tested positive at HHCC is in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The community of residence for four Hopi Tribal members who tested positive at HHCC is in Winslow. The data here does not include all state-wide data from other facilities such as Flagstaff, Winslow, Phoenix or other hospitals.
  • ** A total of 415 individuals who tested positive are members of the Hopi Tribe.
  • *** The individuals who tested positive at the HHCC returned back to their community of residence.
  • +(+) Village/Community member(s) retested positive – you can contract the virus again and again even after initial recovery 


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