Clark County passes grim milestone of 7000 COVID-19 cases

Clark County passes grim milestone of 7000 COVID-19 cases

Douglas County reports 69 new COVID-19 cases; 882 remain active

The percentage has been lingering right around 85% ever since the Health Department began including it in their daily updates on November 10, with it getting as low as 78% and as high as 87%.

The county has averaged about 60 new cases per day over the last 14 days, according to a 14-day moving average graph updated weekdays by the health department. Twenty county residents have died from the virus thus far.

The State's coronavirus website on Friday shows 63 additional COVID-19 deaths in IN that occurred between November 8 and November 19.

Clark County passes grim milestone of 7000 COVID-19 cases

"Our hearts go out the families and friends of these three Yellowstone County residents", said John Felton, Yellowstone County Health Officer, President and CEO of RiverStone Health. "To honor the memory of those lost to COVID-19, let us redouble our efforts to prevent more illness and death by wearing masks, physical distancing, avoiding crowds, washing hands, and staying home when ill".

Eight additional cases bring Tioga County to a total of 1,003 cases since the start of the outbreak.

With the 30 new cases reported on Thursday, Klamath County counted a total of 58 cases this week.

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