Bourbon County’s COVID Update

Last Thursday was an active day for BCHD staff with 15 new COVID cases reported for Bourbon County residents: Five males, ages 48, 18, 50, 20 and 63. 10 females, ages 20, 53, 60, 75, 75, 51, 24, 55, 69and 34. These patients are in isolation at home and doing well.
Also on Thursday there were 11 active case patients declared fully recovered and released from isolation.
On Friday we were back down to nine new cases reported: Seven males, ages 57, 70, 51, 25, 4, 2 and 38; two females ages 47 and 28. All these new patients are in isolation at home and doing well. Eight active case patients were released from isolation on Friday and considered fully recovered.
On Saturday the health department only had five new cases reported: Four males, ages 60, 1, 24 and 77 and one female, age 45. These new patients are in isolation at home and doing well.
Sunday turned out to be the Health Department’s busiest day of the last several. There were 20 new COVID patients: eight males and 12 females. The males were 45, 32, 36, 48, 74, 98, 92 and 76. The females are ages 92, 85, 64, 39, 80, 93, 86, 80, 90, 89, 81 and 82.
These patients are in isolation at home and doing ok. Thankfully over the weekend the Health Department reported that 23 active case patients had been released from isolation and declared fully recovered! As you can tell from the ages of many of these new patients they are among this community’s most vulnerable.
Please keep them, and all our active cases, and their families in your prayers for a full and speedy recovery!!

 

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