Arizona is approaching 600 deaths and has gone over 12-thousand cases related to COVID-19. State health officials say Wednesday there were 32 additional deaths reported, raising the total to 594. There are 440 new cases reported, which raises that total to 12,176. There were over 67-hundred new tests reported, which makes a total of nearly 166-thousand people tested thus far. However, the percentage of positive cases to those tested continues to fall. The percentage fell a tenth-of-a percent from 6.5-percent Tuesday to 6.4-percent Wednesday. There has been nearly 128-thousand diagnostic tests reported for a 7.4-percent positive and there have been over 38-thousand antibody tests for a 3.2-percent positive. Navajo County leads the way in Northern Arizona with 1,099 cases reported. There are 817 cases reported in Apache County, 734 in Coconino County and 230 in Yavapai County.