December 13, 2021 COVID-19 Press Release

 

 

NEWS RELEASE

Contact: Pete Rogers – Phillips County Public Health Officer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                 December 13, 2021

31 New Positive Cases of Novel Coronavirus in Phillips County

Phillips County – The Phillips County Health Department has been notified of 22 new positive cases of the novel coronavirus in Phillips County since Tuesday of last week.   With the re-emergence of the virus and the emergence of the Delta variant in Phillips County, we encourage everyone to stay ever vigilant.  As a reminder, testing and vaccinations and booster shots are available to those wanting them. The overall numbers are updated to reflect my missing the last two weeks updates.  Please understand that the active numbers may not coincide with the number of new positive cases each week as we have no control of when they are reported to us.   In other words, individuals might be cleared in the time we are notified to putting out a report.

2 under the age of 5

2 under the age of 15

7 in the 20s

8 in the 30s

1 in the 40s

2 in the 50s

5 in the 60s

1 in the 70s

1 int the 80s

2 of unknown age as the information is not in the system yet

 

Community and overall:

Active 22

Probable 40, 38 of these have resolved

Resolved 927

Deaths 22

Totaling 971 positive cases since March 2020

 

Phillips County residents can stay informed by visiting:

www.phillipscountyks.orgwww.kdheks.gov/coronavirus or http://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus

 

Pete Rogers

Phillips County Health Officer

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