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County has 150 coronavirus cases

As of 5 p.m. on July 6, the Clark County Health Department is reporting three new positive cases of COVID-19 in individuals ranging in age from 25 to 69 years old.

The department is also reporting six residents of Fountain Circle have now met criteria for recovery.  Two additional members of the community has also met criteria for recovery or release.  Therefore, the Health Department is now working 43 active cases of the total 150 positive cases identified in the county.  Of these cases, 19 are residents of Fountain Circle, two are staff of Fountain Circle and 22 are community members. 

About Randy Patrick

Randy Patrick is a reporter for Bluegrass Newsmedia, which includes The Jessamine Journal. He may be reached at 859-759-0015 or by email at randy.patrick@bluegrassnewsmedia.com.

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