Jefferson County’s COVID-19 cases skyrocket 27.5% in a week

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Tarrant County authorities have said they will next release case and death information on Sunday because of the Fourth of July holiday. In White county, 1 female and 1 male, both in their 20s and one male in his 20s in Gallatin county.

The 2,099 new lab-confirmed cases reported by the state Department of Health and Human Services topped North Carolina's previous single-day high of 1,843 on Wednesday.

Another 596 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 which brings the total in the state to 48,008.

After reporting that a Grand County resident who recently died had tested positive for COVID-19, Grand County Public Health is saying the person's death was not a result of the coronavirus.

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Only four Arkansas counties have had more deaths resulting from the virus than Union County, which matches Crittendon County, where there are now 146 active cases out of 768 cumulative cases and 13 deaths have occurred. At this time, the health department has identified 15 direct cases and 6 indirect cases of COVID-19 linked to the church.

Overall there have been 109 positive cases of COVID-19, with 94 recoveries and 14 deaths.

Seven of Union County's deaths attributable to COVID-19 were residents at Courtyard Healthcare and Rehabilitation. Washington County, where Fayetteville is located and where there have been 32 deaths out of 3,932 cumulative cases, had a mortality rate of.81%.

Overall, there have been 70 positive cases of COVID-19, with 62 recoveries.

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