Bayfield County Health Department confirms first COVID-19 death

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According to the state Department of Health, nine percent of tests have come back positive so far, for a total of 11,152 cases in Washington.

There have been no COVID-19-related deaths in Person County.

The number of people tested has grown slowly due to a limited supply of test kits. Twenty prisoners have tested negative, and none are awaiting test results. Of those, 445 are negative.

The DeKalb County Health Department does not report the number of tests administered, though the Illinois Department of Public Health does.

According to the department, there are 17,432 confirmed cases of COVID-19 statewide. There were 57 people in quarantine/isolation on Friday.

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"The number of laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases does not represent an accurate number of cases in DeKalb County", reported the county health department in an email.

Six zip codes in Clark County have the highest rate of confirmed cases per 100,000 population: 98671, 98607, 98606, 98662, 98664 and 98665. On Thursday, counties with more cases than DE were as follows: Cuyahoga (1,331 cases), Franklin (1,212), Lucas (644), Hamilton (615), Mahoning (512), Summit (310), Marion (276), Lorain (221), Montgomery (213), Stark (204), Trumbull (203), Pickaway (196), Portage (162), Butler (148), Columbiana (136), Lake and Miami (127 each), and Medina (126). That number is more than the combined total of the next four countries with the most cases (Spain, Italy, Germany, France).

With no significant travel history, the man developed a fever, dry cough, fatigue and loss of taste, according to Dr. Kevin D. Watkins, public health director. Now, anyone who has had flu-like symptoms in the last week could be eligible for testing.

Nevada's death toll from COVID-19 is now at 142, up from 137 earlier today, according to the latest numbers from the state. "He and his family will be assessed for any medical support that we can provide and we will monitor their symptoms closely".

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