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A Tale of Two Arizonas: COVID-19 Data from Maricopa and Greenlee Counties Through March 30, 2021

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A Tale of Two Arizonas: COVID-19 Data from Maricopa and Greenlee Counties Through March 30, 2021

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This daily tracker displayed on the New York Times site displays and explains public data provided by the Arizona Department of Health Services. The attached graphs illustrate the disparate COVID-19 experience between Arizona residents in Maricopa County and Greenlee County.

Arizona is the sixth largest of the United States with a population of more than seven million residents within its 113,594.08 square miles. 61% of Arizonans reside in Maricopa County, which translates to a population density of approximately 481.3 people per square mile, or 57,959.3 square feet per resident. In contrast, southeastern Arizona’s Greenlee County claims only 0.14% of the state’s residents for a population density of 5.7, or approximately 4.8M square feet per person.

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03/31/2021

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06/03/2021

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This item was submitted on March 31, 2021 by James Rayroux using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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