More than 10,000 people have died from coronavirus in the United States, and many more are still infected.

But as the coronaviral outbreak winds down, the number of cases in Arizona has risen to over 40,000.

That is up from less than 7,000 on Thursday, according to Arizona Department of Health statistics.

The state has seen a steady rise in cases in recent days, as doctors have been working on a new vaccine, and patients are increasingly being tested for the virus.

The number of deaths has also risen, and that is due to new cases of the virus in Arizona, including one death in the county of Tempe, and a second death in Tempe.

The latest death was Thursday night in a Phoenix home, and the medical examiner is investigating the death, said Dr. John Anderson, a spokesman for the Arizona Department, Health and Human Services.

An older person, an elderly person, or a person who has recently had a health condition, could potentially be the victim of COVI-19.

Anderson said there have been no fatalities in the last 24 hours.

We’re seeing the emergence of the coronasid pandemic in this country, Anderson said.

In the last week, Arizona has seen the most new cases, Anderson added.

That includes one death, a man who died in Mesa.

The coronaviruses have made an appearance in Arizona as well, as more and more people have been tested for it.

The Arizona Department has issued a statewide coronavivirus alert, saying it is in the process of issuing a coronavira vaccine.

There are currently 6,000 new cases in the state, and more than 50 people are dying from the coronovirus each day.

The virus is spreading fast, and some states have seen outbreaks in the past week.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a nationwide warning on Thursday saying that the number and intensity of COV-19 cases has grown, and states are reporting increasing numbers of cases.