World Health Organization reports record one-day rise in global cases of Covid-19

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Officials reported of 793 confirmed cases now hospitalized, 35% of which are in intensive care.

The county reports that in the past 48 hours, 1,491 tests were processed. Currently, two Shelby County residents are hospitalized because of COVID-19.

Provincially, 317 new cases were announced, including four that are epi-linked.

Of the 11 newly reported deaths, four people were over the age of 80, another four were between 65 and 79, and two others were between 50 to 64, and 30 to 49, respectively. A total of 467 inmates have been tested to date, with 38 of them testing positive - all of which have either recovered or been released.

The two new cases were a woman in her 60s and a woman in her 20s, increasing the overall county total to 1,095, the county data show.

As of Monday, 377 Shelby County residents have recovered, 137 have not recovered.

"The decreasing number of daily hospitalizations is an important indicator because it is an accurate representation of how many people are now seriously ill from the virus", health officials wrote in a news release.

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On Monday, Gov. Andy Beshear reported 342 new COVID-19 cases, of which 54 cases involved children ages 18 and younger, and five new deaths. A total of 120 employees have been tested, with 105 being negative.

Clark County added 76 new COVID-19 cases over the past three days and no new deaths, according to the latest data from Clark County Public Health.

Knox County has a total of 413 COVID-19 cases, including 38 active cases.

The total number of active cases is 36 students and three staff.

Broken down by day, there were 87 new cases from Sunday and 55 on Monday.

The Darke County General Health District reported the county has 736 positive cases with 72 hospitalizations since the pandemic started.

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