No new cases of COVID-19 today

Grant Boone
May 23, 2020

In today's update, which also says they've confirmed three new cases, a chart shows the total confirmed cases per 10,000 people.

The Florida Department of Health also reported that 1,357 cases are still pending, which some health experts are concerned could be an undercount because the state only lists pending cases from state labs, not the private ones.

The new case yesterday was linked to the St Margaret's cluster in Auckland.

The county also received nearly 1,994 diagnostic tests results for the novel coronavirus - the highest daily return since the county began releasing those numbers at the beginning of this month.

A woman in her 20's is the latest Mason County resident to test positive for coronaviurs (COVID-19).

Mason County Public Health was notified Friday, May 22, 2020 of the additional positive test.

Son 'kills father' during Zoom chat in NY state
Kevin Beyrer, commanding officer of the homicide unit, told Newsday that the witnesses did not actually see the son stab Powers. The fatal stabbing of Powers appears to be the first slaying to occur on a Zoom chat during the coronavirus pandemic.

Josephine County Public Health officials have not reported a confirmed case of COVID-19 in several weeks, leaving the county total of confirmed cases at 21, although it has continued to report four "presumptive" cases.

If you are showing symptoms for COVID-19 early testing is encouraged. It's the county's first coronavirus death.

These health conditions were not disclosed to the health department during the time of case interview.

"Today there is no change to the number of people recovered at 1455 representing 97% of all confirmed and probable cases as having recovered from Covid-19".

Tune into NewsWatch 12 at 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. tonight for the most up to date Coronavirus numbers and information.

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