New COVID-19 death reported in Miller County


Douglas County's health department was notified Tuesday by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment of two COVID-19-related deaths of county residents that occurred in August.

Nineteen active cases. Washington Township's total includes Porter County Jail inmates. The city of Fulton, which receives data about its active case count from the CCHD, last shared an update Thursday when it reported 36 cases.

Dr. Henry added the province is not seeing exponential growth of cases, with new case loads being closely managed and monitored by public health officials.

This is the highest daily death toll from Covid-19 since 27 May. Since the pandemic began, 51 Douglas County residents have been hospitalized because of COVID-19, Diepenbrock told the Journal-World on Monday.

MCCHD issued a revised Public Health Order in regards to face masks as well as new restrictions on senior facilities on October 15.

Comparing the past seven days to the past 24 days shows an increase of 19.43 percent in the median number of new cases in the past week vs. the past three-and-a-half weeks.

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DHHS said Monday that 218,541 people are presumed recovered from COVID-19 symptoms.

A total of 9,871 people who tested positive have recovered.

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The total number of positive cases recorded to date stands at 5,333. No new community outbreaks were reported.

Also on Tuesday, the county health department reported Bethany Rehabilitation and Health Care Center is back in outbreak mode with two cases in staff.

The number of positive cases of the coronavirus in MI has increased to 147,806.

Johns Hopkins reported 40,256,991 COVID-19 cases worldwide Monday afternoon. There had been 1,116,060 deaths attributable to the virus by Monday afternoon, indicating a global COVID mortality rate of 2.8%.