Now 7 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in County

Now 7 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in County

Now 7 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in County

"He is in serious condition at this time", said Erin Streiff, Director of Health Care Services for Clinton County.

Of them, officials say three cases were exposed during recent trips; two were healthcare workers exposed in a healthcare setting; and four had close contact with a confirmed case. Dunn said on Tuesday the Federal Drug Administration relaxed the restrictions on who can create tests, which will hopefully make more available in the state.

"We are anxious about staying open, a lot of the sit down restaurants, it's a tragedy what's happening to a lot of people getting laid off", said Stephen Porto, who manages Uncle Paulie's Restaurant.

A spokesman for the Will County Health Department would not release the name of the hospital where the patient is now isolated. In order to do that, elective surgeries are being postponed and some patients are being discharged if they are ready.

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"We need to do all we can to protect the public and our employees in the midst of this expanding public health crisis", Supervisor Barger said.

The state also confirms only one Jackson County resident has tested positive for the virus.

That peak, Ferrer said, is most likely weeks away. She also urged all who have the ability to stay home, work from home and keep children home from day care to do so. We, too, will be watching the numbers. So, what will happen to coronavirus come June or July? No one has any idea how the virus will be impacted when the weather gets warm.

As of Monday evening, there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Sebastian or Indian River County. "It will definitely take some time".

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