No New COVID-19 Cases In McLean County; Testing Increases

No New COVID-19 Cases In McLean County; Testing Increases

The Allen County Health Department reports another two confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Allen County as of Tuesday afternoon since 3:00 pm Monday.

One woman aged 65 or older died in Tulsa County.

Risk of the virus spreading in Jackson County is listed as medium, with 2.5 percent of those tested getting positive results, according to a COVID-19 interactive database created by health professionals at the University of MI. That list can be found here.

Data collected by Thurston County breaks down each zip codes amount of confirmed coronavirus cases.

Allamakee County has 31 active cases. Almost 90% of those people have recovered, while 14 patients are isolating at home, none are hospitalized, and 13 patients have died.

This brings the 10-day impact to 33% of the total cases of COVID-19 in Bureau County. There are now 13 people hospitalized with two people discharged in the past 24 hours.

The agency says they continue to fight the spread of COVID-19 and urges citizens to do the same. Of the total, 13,806 have recovered.

Globally, almost 7.4 million people have been confirmed to have COVID-19, and more than 416,000 people have died as a result of it. Three new cases also came out of Fire Battalion 1 (which includes the city of Dunkirk and village of Fredonia), four new cases were reported out of Fire Battalion 2 (which includes Chautauqua, Mayville and Westfield), and one new case came out of Fire Battalion 4 (which includes Falconer and Bemus Point, among other communities).

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