COVID-19 cases near 500 as county hits another record

COVID-19 cases near 500 as county hits another record

The latest three-day average of daily hospitalized patients released by the county represented an increase of almost 16%.

Given the increasing number of cases in the region and additional triggers being met, County health officials are urging San Diegans to remain vigilant.

The Douglas County Health Department reported 159 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, bringing the area's total to 6,923 cases.

"COVID-19 is still circulating in California and, in some parts of the state, growing stronger", Newsom said in a written statement. No new cases were reported in Pulaski County.

Only slightly more men than women have been infected with 50 percent of the cases being male and 49 percent, female. The seven-day average percentage of people testing positive each day increased from 5.8% two weeks ago to 8.7% Sunday.

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Marshall County has the seventh highest number of COVID-19 confirmed cases.

There are 24 people now hospitalized. Marshall County has had eight confirmed cases.

3,139 people have recovered from COVID-19.

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Across the state, 31,404 people had tested positive for the virus, while 4,240 had been hospitalized and 1,310 had died, according to Washington State Department of Health figures.

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