New COVID-19 cases reported at Jackson County prison

“We continue to strongly encourage people to wear face coverings when out in public and we thank everyone for their willingness to do the right thing,” Gov. Brian Kemp said in announcing a new COVID-19 executive order

“We continue to strongly encourage people to wear face coverings when out in public and we thank everyone for their willingness to do the right thing,” Gov. Brian Kemp said in announcing a new COVID-19 executive order

The state reported a total of 977 coronavirus patient deaths, and 19 health care worker deaths, in skilled nursing facilities, as of data through Saturday. Benton County has one new case for a total of 92 with two deaths.

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department reported one new confirmed case of COVID-19 in their area Sunday, bringing the community's total to 607. Skylight Gardens Assisted Living is reporting at least one new case.

In Monmouth County there have been 6,781 positive cases as of Saturday morning May 9 with Freehold Township having the most followed by Howell and Middletown, as reported by Monmouth County Freeholders Tom Arnone and Sue Kiley.

The number of additional people who are no longer in isolation was higher than the new people who tested positive for COVID-19 Sunday. Tulare County public health officials didn't share updated cumulative case counts on Monday. The agency said: "Keep in mind that because this positive test result has not yet been confirmed by the Montana State public health lab, our county will continue to show only 16 cases on the State website until after the 17th is confirmed".

New COVID-19 cases reported at Jackson County prison

Statewide, 288,858 coronavirus tests have been performed, with 231,704 people testing negative, according to the state health department.

28 percent are aged 65 or older.

There have been a total of 423 recovered patients to date.

Cover any coughs or sneezes with your elbow, not your hands. Information is also provided on COVID-19 cases and deaths among DuPage County residents by race, ethnicity, severity, positivity, long-term care facility outcomes and underlying medical conditions.

MDH: 481 New Cases of COVID-19, 20 More Deaths
The most recent death was a 90-year-old woman who died from COVID-19 complications, according to the release. There are no deaths confirmed in Hart County patients and no hospitalizations reported by the DPH.

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