COVID-19 Information

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Testing and Flu Shot Event in Tusayan

Thursday, October 22nd, 9:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

IMAX Theater Parking Lot
450 Hwy 64, Tusayan, AZ 86023

Click here for details

Register for Saliva-based Testing

Registration Link GraphicRegister for saliva-based testing here. NOTE: the Agency Code, in all capital letters, is: SALIVATEST

Testing at Fort Tuthill County Park, 2446 Fort Tuthill Loop, Flagstaff, AZ is available as follows:  

  • Available Monday - Friday,10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.  and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (saliva testing and nasopharyngeal testing available Monday - Friday. Saliva testing only on Saturdays.)

Saliva testing, only*, at the NAU Fieldhouse, building #30; 1050 Knoles Drive, Flagstaff  - *nasopharyngeal testing is not available at this site

Testing is open to all and is available from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday until November 24. More information is available at

Face It

Join the Face It! campaign - materials here!

FREE Face masks HERE!

See the NEW Weekly Report (10/9/2020) for additional information. 

This report contains information about COVID-19 in Coconino County through September 26, 2020 (Week 39).

Executive Order 2020-43 requires businesses to adhere to Arizona Department of Health Services COVID-19 guidelines. Details are available on the Arizona Department of Health Services Business Dashboard. Under the requirements, certain businesses have been allowed to open when the three benchmarks fall within the Moderate range or below for a two-week period. The benchmarks include cases per 100,000 residents, percent positivity, and COVID-like illness as a percentage of hospitalizations. Coconino County has remained in the Moderate category for several months.

 As Coconino County COVID-19 case numbers change over time, clarification regarding a move from the Moderate category to the Substantial category was requested by the County. ADHS confirmed this week that the all three benchmarks for transmission on the ADHS Business Dashboard must be met for 14 days, with a 12-day reporting lag, to move to a higher transmission phase. This is a change from previous guidance.

Coconino County is experiencing a substantial case incidence rate, however percent positivity and COVID-Like Illness are within the Moderate and Minimal range. Based on the ADHS guidelines, Coconino County remains within a Moderate level of community transmission.

Also available, the Schools Update (10/9/2020).

  • Coconino County does not have the authority to dictate if schools are open, closed, or in a hybrid model. The County provides data which leaders in schools use to make decisions.

Testing Information

Coconino County Mask Requirements  


Coconino County Calls on All to Wear Face Coverings

Face Coverings - Frequently Asked Questions

Public health precautions recommended for Independence Day celebrations

Executive Orders

Instructional Videos

Dashboard Data has moved to its own page

Other updates:

Antibody Testing Frequently Asked Questions

University of Arizona Antibody Testing Initiative for health care workers and first responders across the state. Information and registration at

 Sonora Quest Laboratories Information

Available Assistance

Employment Resources

CCHHS Community Service Programs have the following assistance available:

Call 928-679-7453.

Additional Resources

Printable Flyers

CCHHS COVID-19 Partner Briefing and Discussion

View the COVID-19 Presentation, March 11, 2020 (PDF)

Glossary of Terms
  • Asymptomatic - A person is a carrier for a disease or infection but experiences and shows no symptoms.
  • Isolation - A sick person with COVID-19 is isolated to prevent spread to other people.
  • Quarantine - A healthy person who might be exposed is quarantined to prevent possible spread to other people. This person is monitored for symptoms during their quarantine.
  • Surveillance - A information gathering method which watches Health Care centers and facilities for possible COVID-19 cases.
  • Monitoring - A process of CCHHS contact with individuals to watch for symptoms among individuals.
  • Presumptive positive - A positive case from the State lab. HHS Treats presumptive positive cases as if they are confirmed cases.
  • Confirmed case - A presumptive positive case confirmed by the CDC lab. These cases are treated as positive case by HHS.

For more information, email: This email account is monitored Monday through Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Emails received during weekend hours will be reviewed and addressed the following Monday.

Coconino County Press Releases