COVID-19 Information

Grand Canyon National Park Announces Closure

Upon receiving the above request from Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS), acting Superintendent Mary Risser, with the support of the NPS Deputy Director, Operations, David Vela and Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt, made the decision to immediately close the park until further notice.

Specimen Collection Site Fort Tuthill Sunday through Thursday, 10-3 while supplies last

COVID-19 Coconino Dashboard - Confirmed cases 116 deaths 8

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COVID-19 Guidelines

Coconino County Press Releases

Resources for Additional Information


Available Assistance

Employment Resources

CCHHS Community Service Programs have the following assistance available:

Call 928-679-7453.

Arizona Department of Health Services Resources
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Local Health Resources

Schools and Universities

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Community and Business Partners

Additional Resources
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CCHHS COVID-19 Partner Briefing and Discussion

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

Glossary of Terms
  • 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.

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