Coconino County has seen a rise in positive cases and deaths since Monday from COVID-19. Health officials say there are 179 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the county with 14 deaths, which is four more than Monday. Of the positive tests, 38 are in the greater Flagstaff area, 32 are in Page and 108 in tribal communities, with one in Grand Canyon Village. There are 659 negative tests with 37 still pending. The 65-and-older age group still has the most positive cases with 47, followed by people 55-to-64 with 42. County officials say there still is a shortage of tests, however turnaround times for tests results are getting better. There are over 25-hundred cases of COVID-19 with 73 deaths in Arizona.