Kendall County COVID-19 cases increased by 54 from Monday to Wednesday

Grant Boone
October 18, 2020

All new cases are now being investigated by Public Health nurses.

There were 158 new cases of COVID-19 reported today in B.C.

The deceased is a male in his 60s, the health department said.

As of Thursday, 657 Shelby County residents have recovered, and 137 have not recovered.

A county with 1-10 cases per 100,000 people is considered to have community spread and is signified on the state map with the color yellow.

Bell County has had a total of 583 COVID-19 cases with two people now hospitalized, who range in age from 52-62.

The Logan County Health District reported the county has 266 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 110 probable cases for a total of 376 cases. There have been 5,038 deaths related to COVID-19 in Ohio. Nor does the city of Fulton, which reported 36 active cases Thursday. Region 1, which includes DeKalb, the Sauk Valley area and Rockford, reported a seven-day rolling test positivity rate of 10.3%. A total of 87 of the active cases occurred within congregate settings.

A post on the Health Center's Facebook page asks Miller County residents to continue to use COVID-19 prevention best practices, such as social distancing and frequent hand-washing, to keep themselves and their families safe. The median age is 40.

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Laurel County's COVID-19 incidence rate Thursday is 24.7, placing it in the orange category.

Of the total cases in Kendall County, 84% do not have any additional health complexities associated with them, according to county health data.

Now there are 21 active McCreary County cases, which are all in self-isolation.

According to the Health Department's Friday update, 966 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Callaway County this year, and 723 have recovered so far.

On Thursday, Gov. Andy Beshear reported 1,260 new COVID-19 cases, of which 168 were children ages 18 and under, and 20 new deaths. "We can do that if everyone will just accept a little temporary inconvenience". "We can't allow the fact that we are inconvenienced make us pretend that the virus isn't with us and isn't deadly".

Of the positive cases, 52% are women and 47% are men.

Three patients at Lawrence's hospital had COVID-19 on Thursday, one more than Wednesday.

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