More Starke, Marshall County Residents Test Positive for COVID-19

Daniel Fowler
June 28, 2020

He is recovering in isolation at home at this time.

Marshall County saw its highest increase of COVID-19 cases this week since May, and the first rise in cases since April. Federal privacy restrictions prohibit the release of any additional information regarding this case.

More COVID-19 cases were reported Sunday in Starke and Marshall counties.

The Iowa Department of public health is no longer reporting how many cases have been asymptomatic, but last week 12 percent were reported as asymptomatic. This week's totals bring the county to 994 cases since March.

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The two new cases are females, aged 29 and 87 years, with addresses in the Corporate Area.

Jamaica now has 172 imported cases; 232 cases are contacts of confirmed cases; 39 are local transmission cases not epidemiologically linked; 236 related to the workplace cluster in St Catherine, and seven under investigation. The Indiana State Department of Health says three more Marshall County residents have tested positive, with a revised total of 403.

Putnam County has had one confirmed case.

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