The last Jackson County death attributed to COVID-19, a 73-year-old man, happened on August 29 at Asante Rogue Regional.
An infant in DeKalb County died from complications due to the novel coronavirus, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health on Friday.
Knox County has a total of 439 COVID-19 cases, including 56 active cases.
The Bell County Health Department reported its 14th COVID-19 fatality on September 11, and its 13 COVID-19 fatal on September 10.
The Illinois Department of Public Health lists cases and tests performed by ZIP code, while the county health department lists cases by municipality.
Officials reported Thursday that only one individual received a positive COVID-19 test result out of the 71 individuals who were tested.
Neighboring Josephine and Klamath counties remain with two deaths each since the pandemic began.
The total number of deaths in Auglaize County is eight. It's important to note that these numbers indicate when deaths are reported to the Georgia Department of Public Health. Those over age 70 account for under 5%.
Knox County has had a total of 11 COVID-19 deaths with the most recent death occurring on August 25.
Between April 6 and May 30, Knox County reported 10 COVID-19 cases with all 10 patients having fully recovered by June 15. "This situation increases the likelihood that we lose the ability to keep Covid-19 at manageable levels". Of those cases, 14,687 have been hospitalized with 3,161 admitted to the ICU.
As to why this testing method is only available to students at this point in time, Henry said "we're starting with children because that's the focus right now with back-to-school, to make sure that we can support children being safely back in the school system". Esmond, Leland and Earlville each report one to five cases. A total of 1,115,105 people in Kentucky have been tested for COVID-19, and at least 11,168 people have reported that they have recovered, according to the latest information on the Commonwealth of Kentucky's official COVID-19 website.
Floods and destruction as storm Sally moves north
"ACBL is running that reach with side-scan sonar for us in accordance with our Gulf Coast Hurricane Protocol", Fuller said. Ms Bennett wrote since the storm hit her area, her yard had been "surrounded by water, alligators and poisonous snakes".