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Aug 25 2020 New numbers for Cumberland County COVID

As reported from Cumberland County

Aug 25, 2020

“The Department of Public Health reports 183 new COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths since the Friday report. Cumberland County’s case count is now 3,929 with 65 deaths.

Cumberland County currently has 113 cases per 10,000 residents, with 8% of those tested returning positive for COVID-19.

Cumberland County’s death numbers continue to rise. In less than three weeks, 14 residents have died from complications associated with COVID-19.

“One death is too many.

We are now seeing the unfortunate results of the COVID-19 spikes in our community during the summer,” said Health Director Dr. Jennifer Green. “We know what can slow the spread. Do it. Wear your mask. Wait 6 feet apart and wash your hands.”


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