COVID-19: Community spread established in Muskingum County as case count increases

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Oneida County Health Department (OCHD) has received notification a seventh person in Oneida County has been diagnosed with novel coronavirus infection or (COVID-19). That list can be found here. That brings the statewide totals to over 49,000 cases and over 2,400 confirmed deaths.

A third death was reported in Dakota County.

Linda Conlon, Oneida County Health Department Director and Health Officer is asking community members to follow Gov. Evers' Safer-at-Home order. The health district updates numbers on its website Monday through Friday but sends weekend updates through the Inland COVID-19 Response Emergency Coordination Center. Twelve people have reportedly recovered from the virus. The Starke County Health Department says it's working with state and local officially to identify and monitor any contacts.

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

There have been 1,110 tests performed on Mason County residents.

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All four of Curry County's confirmed cases have reportedly recovered as of April 29.

The Oaks at Pleasant Gap and Wynwood House at State College confirmed to the Centre Daily Times last week that there are cases within their facilities.

There are over 191,00 patients who have tested negative to date.

The employee worked at the store, at 900 S. First St., from 8:45 a.m.to 4 p.m. on April 24, 25, 27 and 29, and from 8:45 a.m.to noon on April 30.

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