COVID-19 Information

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Register for Saliva-based Testing

Registration Link GraphicRegister for saliva-based testing here.


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 at the NAU Fieldhouse, building #30; 1050 Knoles Drive, Flagstaff 

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 nau.edu/jacks-are-back/testing/.

Face It

Join the Face It! campaign - materials here!

FREE Face masks HERE!

See the NEW Weekly Report (9/18/2020) for additional information.  Also available, the Schools Update (9/18/2020).


Testing Information


Coconino County Mask Requirements  

Proclamation

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 https://covid19antibodytesting.arizona.edu

 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: COVID19Information@coconino.az.gov. 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.

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