The ADHS official report puts Arizona's test count at less than 500, but officials say private testing brings the number to nearly 11,000.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, grocery stores and universities are finding ways to help without putting people's health at risk.
"Rather than level with the American people and take steps to protect the public, Trump downplayed the problem. Trump gambled. America lost."
The state health department is now telling hospitals to discourage testing for coronavirus in most patients due to a lack of supplies.
As coronavirus cases in Arizona continue to surge, the state is looking to open closed hospitals to double capacity.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital says one of its doctors has tested positive, while ASU says 15 of its students have the virus.
Arizona officials are working to keep up with the demand for medical supplies as they see increasing numbers of people for coronavirus.