CORONAVIRUS: Three more positive cases announced in Lyon County Featured

Grant Boone
March 30, 2020

There has been 1 confirmed death associated with COVID-19 in Collin County.

Cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in 22 of Idaho's 44 counties: Ada, Bannock, Bingham, Blaine, Bonner, Bonneville, Canyon, Cassia, Custer, Fremont, Gem, Idaho, Jefferson, Kootenai, Lincoln, Madison, Nez Perce, Owyhee, Payette, Teton, Twin Falls and Valley counties. Hillsborough County has seen 44 new cases since Friday for a total of 218 cases.

Sarasota County's total cases remained at 50 as of Sunday morning, according to the latest state data.

Country singer Joe Diffie, who had a string of hits in the 1990s, died Sunday of complications from coronavirus, Rolling Stone reports.

Nationwide, the number of positive cases has risen from 104,865 to 125,313. Such measures are meant to reduce potential person-to-person exposure to the virus and sever what doctors call the chain of transmission. The transmission source is still under investigation. She covers the City of Atwater and Merced County. At least two patients in the region have recovered from their bouts with the virus, one in Madera County and one in Tulare County.

Ajinkya Rahane donates Rs 10 lakh for the fight against Covid
I'm pledging?52 lakh for the fight against Corona (?31 lakh to the PM-CARES Fund &?21 lakh to the UP CM's Disaster Relief Fund). Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar has donated Rs 50 lakh, while former India player Suresh Raina has chipped in with Rs 52 lakh.

The county has hired a disinfecting service to clean the affected areas of the Sunnybrook building Sunday.

We have a breakdown of each case included in our numbers here.

Twin Falls County also added a single case of COVID-19, its third.

State health officials have not provided a breakdown of the residents tested for COVID-19 in each county. Many people aren't being tested. Six deaths in Kansas have been attributed to the coronavirus pandemic. He has been a real-time reporter based at The Sacramento Bee since 2016. He grew up in Madera, has a journalism degree from Fresno State and a master's degree in leadership studies from Fresno Pacific University.

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