McPherson County reports three new cases of COVID-19

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Marshall County has 1,065 cases of COVID-19, an increase of 10 cases since Tuesday.

While officials are tracking the spike in cases in southwestern Pennsylvania, health officials say they are anxious about the increase in cases among adults between 19 and 24 years old all across the state.

The Health Department today reported 46 new deaths, bringing that count to a total of 3,579. Officials with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported 60 new coronavirus-related deaths Wednesday, and Long Beach - which has its own health office - reported one new death. So far this month, about two-thirds of new infections have been diagnosed among that age group, even though only 45% of Californians fall into that age range. A Person Under Investigation, is someone who has symptoms of COVID-19 and is waiting for test results. However, the Health Department's COVID-19 dashboard, which it recently redesigned, continues to report 239 infections in West Hollywood and four deaths. The seven-day average of the daily rate climbed to 10.4%, officials said Wednesday; in late May, that rate fell to a low of 4.6%. There are 1,969 people now hospitalized, with 27% of them in hospital intensive care units and 18% on ventilators.

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The region is a "critical juncture" in the coronavirus pandemic, and fatalities are likely to rise in coming weeks, county health officials warned. Culver City today reports 232 infections, up by two from yesterday. Ten people remain isolated at home, while 22 have recovered. But she noted that the 7% of people who died and had no underlying health problems should serve as a warning. "Our actions have consequences and they affect real people in our community", she said. "Everyone shares the collective responsibility to slow the spread of COVID-19 to prevent an overwhelming surge of COVID-19 to save lives".

"Please do your part by avoiding large gatherings, adhering to the social distancing requirements, wearing a facial covering and practicing good personal hygiene", DIDHD advised.

McLean County has surpassed 15,000 COVID-19 tests.

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