Douglas County's COVID-19 cases increase to 79; seven remain active

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Cases in Muscogee County continue to rise, with 69 cases reported in the past two days.

The Brazos County Health District confirmed 60 new positive cases of COVID-19 and one new death on Saturday.

The deceased was over age 75 and passed "from COVID-19 related illness".

In all, New Mexico health officials reported 162 new confirmed cases, more than half of which are from San Juan and McKinley counties.

This week saw an increase of 2.4 percent in reported positive cases with 911 cases reported June 4 to 937 reported cases this week.

A total of 2,354 people who tested positive have recovered, and there are now 187 active cases in the province. She also said the office no longer will provide weekly updates of such deaths in the county because of lack of information coming in weekly, but, going forward, will disperse notable updates as they come in.

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There continues to be zero active cases, the sixth day in a row.

Twelve people are in hospital with COVID-19 - three of whom are in intensive care.

For the first time, IN has now released a breakdown of COVID-19 by zip code.

The data shows that patients in their 30s account for 17% of all COVID-19 cases, patients in their 40s account for 20% and patients in their 50s account for 18% of the cases. The drive-thru testing site at the Interstate Center averaged 110 people per day over the past week.

Coronavirus cases have been reported at several prisons and detention centers in New Mexico, including the Torrance County Detention Facility in Estancia. Marshall County has had five confirmed cases, and Putnam County has had one confirmed case.

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