Collin County reports one death, 101 new COVID-19 cases

COVID update: 18 new Bureau County cases, one new Marshall County case

This is the second most cases recorded in a single week for the county, and ties for the second the most cases in a single day.

Only slightly more men than women have been infected with 50 percent of the cases being male and 49 percent, female.

In Putnam County: Granville, six cases out of 140 tests.

The last seven days saw one of the deadliest COVID-19 weeks in Marshall County since the pandemic began.

Effingham County's health department reported a record 13 new cases of COVID-19 Coronavirus Friday, a jump that almost put the county into a warning level statewide.

There are 331 active COVID-19 cases in Marshall County which is 33 percent more than the previous week.

There have been 1,029 Marshall County residents who have recovered from COVID-19 and 31,879 have recovered throughout the state. Bureau County has had 116 confirmed cases.

Washington State has been delayed in reporting new COVID-19 cases since Friday. In all, 190 residents of the county have tested positive since the first case was discovered March 4, three have died, and just 51 are considered recovered. There were 64 new cases reported Wednesday and 38 new cases reported Tuesday. None of the new deaths were from Marshall, Starke, or Pulaski counties.

When you click this link an Excel spreadsheet will be created with all reported Collin County cases by city.

According to the Kansas Department of Health & Environment, there are now 26,870 cases and 349 deaths statewide. In a news release, DOH said it planned to have its data dashboard fixed Saturday evening.

Within Marshall County, 1,235 cases were confirmed on July 23, compared to 1,360 on Thursday.



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