New COVID-19 case reported in Wylie

CORONAVIRUS Lyon County Public Health reports 1 new COVID-19 case

May 19 Plumas COVID testing update

The Plumas County Public Health Agency announced that as of this evening, Tuesday, May 19, there have been no new cases reported and all previously confirmed cases have recovered.

The increase likely stems from an increase in testing being done by the Michigan Department of Corrections, which began earlier this month, officials said. 20 of the BV County cases have recovered. There were no new deaths reported the previous week. The county has a 17.5% positivity rate, with 7,236 people tested.

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There have been more than 1.5 million confirmed COVID-19 cases and 93,439 deaths from the virus in the United States as of Wednesday night, according to Johns Hopkins University. Fourteen more deaths were reported bringing the state's total to 481.

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Two additional employees of the reception center have tested positive, marking 30 staff cases.

According to Krug, the individual who tested positive in the county had been in quarantine prior to testing positive because they had been identified as being exposed to an identified case elsewhere in Northern Wisconsin. The website does not add new cases in real time, and there can be a lag in when a positive test is determined by a local healthcare provider and the state's reporting of a confirmed case in the online update.

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