No new cases of COVID-19 today

There were no new cases for the three days before yesterday's new case.

Rogers said he has received no additional information - and an update will be provided at a later time.

One person has died in Wood County of complications surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19), health officials confirmed today. Nine cases are still being monitored by public health staff. "Therefore, there is still a risk for people to become ill with COVID-19 and pass the illness on to others". Public Health officials are continuing contact interviews.

The Health Ministry said the NZ COVID Tracer app has recorded 324,000 registrations since it was released on Tuesday night. Hispanic residents had the lowest mortality rates reported by the county.

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Mecklenburg County has seen a total of 2,954 coronavirus cases, according to state health data Friday morning.

If you are showing symptoms for COVID-19 early testing is encouraged. Identified positive cases are located throughout Mason County.

The Health Department is contacting persons (contact tracing) who may have been in contact with the individual and advising them of the self-isolation requirements within the next 24 hours.

Florida has conducted 777,669 COVID-19 tests so far, and the overall positive rate for the virus is at 6.14%.

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The county marked the first death attributed to the virus in southern OR on April 11, an 81-year-old man.

On Thursday, Florida COVID-19 cases experienced its highest jump in positive tests since mid-April.

There have been a total of 1,308 negative test results, and 64 tests remain pending.

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