Arizona COVID-19 Dashboard
As impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic work through the economy, tracking the labor market and travel and tourism sector can indicate the scope of impacts and will help to get an early read on recovery as it emerges.
Scrolling down you will find:
- percent of population vaccinated, total number of does administered, and doses administered per 100 persons in Arizona
- daily confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Arizona, its counties and the U.S.
- initial claims for unemployment insurance and pandemic assistance claims, AZ and U.S.
- hotel occupancy rates
- movie ticket sales
- movie releases
- TSA throughput
- seated diners
- new business applications
- google mobility index to workplaces
- google mobility index to retail and recreation.
Use your cursor as a tooltip and click on charts to view values. Click on the names of indicators listed at the bottom any chart to switch them on/off to view fewer at one time and make comparisons. Icons allow you to download and share.
The percent of people vaccinated is the number of individuals who have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccination relative to the population of Arizona. The percent of people fully vaccinated is the number of individuals who have received a valid, complete vaccine series relative to the population. Vaccine data are from the Arizona Department of Health Statistics and population is from the U.S. Census Bureau.
This is the total number of doses administered in the state to date. COVID-19 vaccination data are provisional and are subject to change.
This is the number of doses administered within the state for every 100 people of the total population. *Population data used are from the U.S. Census Bureau 2019 population estimates which allows for comparison across states.
Note: Official initial claims data for Arizona are released every Thursday morning covering the week ending on the previous Saturday. Beginning with data for the week ended July 25, 2020, initial claims for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance in Arizona displayed above are published by the U.S. Department of Labor and reflect an effort to exclude claims that are obviously fraudulent.
Note: The official initial claims for unemployment insurance numbers for the U.S. are released every Thursday morning covering the week ending on the previous Saturday.
These data show year-over-year seated diners at restaurants on the OpenTable network across all channels: online reservations, phone reservations, and walk-ins. For year-over-year comparisons by day, we compare the week ending Saturday to the same week in the previous year. this dataset is based on a sample of approximately 20,000 restaurants that provide OpenTable with information on all of their inventory.
High-Propensity Business Applications are a subset of total weekly business applications in Arizona and measures the number of applications with a high-propensity of turning into a business with a payroll, based on various factor. These data reflect weekly applications for Employer Identification Numbers (EINs) in Arizona and include applications: (a) from a corporate entity, (b) that indicate they are hiring employees, purchasing a business or changing organizational type, (c) that provide a first wages-paid date (planned wages); or (d) that have a NAICS industry code in manufacturing (31-33), retail stores (44), health care (62), or restaurants/food service (72). Applications for EINs occur before the jobs and wages are added, so this is a leading indicator. Read more about the Business Applications dataset. Source: U.S. Census Bureau.