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COVID-19 cases climb to 57 in Nevada County

UPDATE on June 16, 2020

There are now 57 COVID-19 cases in Nevada County.

The county’s 55 cases on Monday inched up two on Tuesday, with the new cases being in western county.

Eastern county has 41 cases, unchanged since Monday.

Fifty of the county’s cases have recovered. There are six active cases, and one death.

There have been 4,286 coronavirus tests performed in the county.

California has 156,517 COVID-19 cases, and 5,139 deaths linked to the virus.

Nationwide, there are 2,134,973 cases, and 116,854 deaths. The number of recoveries is 583,503.

Nevada County recorded its first case on March 16.

COVID-19 cases climb to 55 in county

The number of COVID-19 cases for Nevada County climbed to 55 on Monday, the first increase since last Thursday.

Western county now has 14 cases, up from 12 — the first increase it’s had since April 17. Eastern County had its cases grow from 40 to 41 on Monday.

Of the 55 cases, four are considered active. There has been one death. Fifty have recovered.

There have been 4,286 tests performed in the county.

Nevada County recorded its first case on March 16.

Across California, 153,407 cases have been recorded. There have been 5,104 deaths.

Nationwide, there have been 2,111,622 cases and 116,114 deaths.

— The Union staff


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