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(Updated November 27, 2020) Richland County COVID-19 Case Update

 

November 25, 2020

The Richland County Health Department is announcing 38 additional positive cases of COVID-19

in a Richland County resident and the release of 64 individuals from isolation. The total case

count is at 816, with 678 of the total cases recovered, and 131 active, with seven deaths.

Case 816: A female in her 50's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 815: A female between the ages of 0 and 9 who is not hospitalized. The individual was

symptomatic.

Case 814: A male in his 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was named as a contact to a

positive case and was symptomatic.

Case 813: A female in her 30's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 812: A male between the ages of 0 and 9 who is not hospitalized. The individual was named

as a contact to a positive case and was symptomatic.

Case 811: A female in her 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 810: A male in his 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 809: A male in his 30's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 808: A male in his 30's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 807: A female in her 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 806: A male in his 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 805: A female in her 70's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 804: 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 803: A male in his 20's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 802: A female in her 50's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 801: A female in her 20's who is not hospitalized. The individual was named as a contact to

a positive case and was symptomatic.

Case 800: A female in her 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was named as a contact to

a positive case and was symptomatic.

Case 799: A female in her 30's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 798: A female in her 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 797: A male between the ages of 10 and 19 who is not hospitalized. The individual was

symptomatic.

Case 796: A male in his 50's who is not hospitalized. The individual was named as a contact to a

positive case and was symptomatic.

Case 795: A male in his 20's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 794: A female in her 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 793: A female in her 50's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 792: A male in his 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 791: A male in his 30's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 790: A male in his 50's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 789: A female in her 50's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 788: A male in his 40's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 787: A female in her 20's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 786: A male in his 30's who is not hospitalized. The individual was named as a contact to a

positive case and was symptomatic.

Cases from November 24 are as follows:

Case 785: A female in her 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 784: A female in her 60's who is hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 783: 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 782: A female in her 30's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 781: A female in her 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 780: A female in her 60's who is not hospitalized. The individual was symptomatic.

Case 779: A male in his 20's who is not hospitalized. The individual was named as a contact to a

positive case and was symptomatic.

The Department strongly encourages all community members to take COVID-19 recommendations

and precautions seriously in order to stop the spread of the virus in the Richland County

community. This includes staying home when ill, washing hands often, wearing a mask, and

limiting your circle of contacts.

 

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