Fri Jun 5, 2020

Columbus reports 74 COVID-19 recoveries, seven new cases 

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By Justin Smith justinsmith@nrcolumbus.com

Posted on: 05.21.2020 at 03:45 p.m. |

Seventy-four people in Columbus County have recovered from COVID-19, the county health department announced Thursday. In the department’s last update, May 14, it said 42 people had recovered.

Also on Thursday, the department announced seven new cases of COVID-19, bringing the county’s total to 285.

“Three of the new cases are connected to positive family members, one case is work-related, one case is connected to a known positive case, and two cases are still under investigation,” the health department said in a press release.

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