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(Updated December 3, 2020) Richland County COVID-19 Case Update

 

December 2, 2020

The Richland County Health Department is announcing 17 additional positive cases of COVID-19

in a Richland County resident, and the release of 10 individuals from isolation. The total case

count is at 904, with 790 of the total cases recovered, and 105 active, with nine deaths.

Case 904: A male in his 40's is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 903: A male in his 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 902: A female in her 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 901: A female in her 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 900: A female in her 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 899: A male in his 70's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 898: A male in his 70's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 897: A female between the ages of 10 and 19 who is not hospitalized. The individual was

symptomatic.

Case 896: A male between the ages of 10 and 19 who is not hospitalized. The individual was

named as a contact to a positive case and was symptomatic.

Case 895: A female in her 20's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 894: A female between the ages of 10 and 19 who is not hospitalized. The individual was

named as a contact to a positive case and was symptomatic.

Case 893: A male in his 50's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 892: A female in her 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 891: A female in her 30's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 890: A female in her 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 889: A female between the ages of 10 and 19 who is not hospitalized. The individual was

named as a contact to a positive case and was symptomatic.

Case 888: A female in her 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic

 

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