Arizona is now over the seven-thousand COVID-19 case mark with 304 total deaths reported Wednesday, which is an increase of eleven deaths overnight. Officials report 254 new cases to raise the number of coronavirus cases to 7,202. There were nearly 14-hundred new tests reported Wednesday, to raise the number of tests conducted to 68,813. There are 682 cases in Navajo County, 453 in Coconino County, 392 in Apache County and 79 in Yavapai County. Governor Ducey and state health officials will be conducting “testing blitzes” statewide starting this Saturday and last three straight Saturdays in hopes of increasing COVID-19 data in Arizona.