Lycoming County three new COVID-19 cases

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There were also no additional recoveries reported Saturday, leaving the number of COVID-19 recoveries at 116.

The state as a whole reported 432 new COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing the total up to 39,543.

BC announced that 16 new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in the past 24-hours on Friday afternoon.

There are no new health-care facility outbreaks. Starke County had three more cases, bringing the total up to 51, while Pulaski County remains at 52.

Cases per person: Echols (3,980), Randolph (2813), Terrell (2,574), Early (2,513) and Hancock (2,453) counties have the highest number of coronavirus cases per person in the state.

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According to the Iowa Department of Health data in Iowa 60 percent of the reported cases of COVID-19 have been from Caucasians, 9 percent have been Asian, 11 percent have African American and 27 percent have been Latino.

The province also recorded one death, in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, following six straight days without one.

There have been no new community outbreaks, and public health teams are providing support for the ongoing community outbreaks. Three of the new cases are linked to long-term care homes.

"Food-service owners need to remember that protecting your employees and patrons requires layers of protection in the kitchen and in the dining area".

Henry adds that patrons should ensure they are healthy and in a small group before heading to a local establishment. Is the WorkSafeBC safety plan clearly posted? "The decisions we make and the actions we take will protect our communities and allow us to continue to progress".

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