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COVID-19 update: 33 cases, 26 recoveries reported for district

April 30, 2021 | 11:07 am

Updated April 30, 2021 | 11:08 am

Graphic by Owensboro Times

A total of 33 more cases of COVID-19 and 26 new recoveries were announced Friday for the Green River District, including 18 cases and 13 recoveries in Daviess County.

An additional death in Henderson County was reported from the state audit of death certificates.

As reported by Green River District Health Department:

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  • New cases by county: Daviess (18), Hancock (2), Henderson (7), McLean (3), Ohio (1), Webster (2)
  • New recoveries by county: Daviess (13), Hancock (3), Henderson (6), Ohio (3), Union (1)
  • Total number of reported cases in the district: 21,560
  • Total number of reported cases now recovered: 19,340 (90%)
  • Total number of reported cases currently hospitalized: 10
  • Total number of cases that have required hospitalization: 860 (4%)
  • Total number of deaths in the district: 385

The county totals to date are:

  • Daviess County – 10,318 cases, 9,328 recovered, 4 current hospitalizations, 342 ever hospitalized, 176 deaths
  • Hancock County – 821 cases, 760 recovered, 0 current hospitalizations, 22 ever hospitalized, 16 deaths
  • Henderson County – 4,574 cases, 3,993 recovered, 4 current hospitalizations, 207 ever hospitalized, 76 deaths
  • McLean County – 863 cases, 786 recovered, 0 current hospitalizations, 50 ever hospitalized, 28 deaths
  • Ohio County – 2,479 cases, 2,247 recovered, 0 current hospitalization, 112 ever hospitalized, 54 deaths
  • Union County – 1,274 cases, 1,168 recovered, 1 current hospitalization, 68 ever hospitalized, 15 deaths
  • Webster County – 1,211 cases, 1,058 recovered, 1 current hospitalization, 59 ever hospitalized, 20 deaths

Demographics (not all demographic information is available because of incomplete reporting from a testing site):

  • Age range: 1 month-102 years old
  • Average age: 43
  • Male: 46.8%
  • Female: 53.2%

Cases by age range are :

  • <1 — 88 cases
  • 1-11 — 801 cases
  • 12-19 — 2,008 cases
  • 20-29 — 3,569 cases
  • 30-39 — 3,438 cases
  • 40-49 — 3,372 cases
  • 50-59 — 3,089 cases
  • 60-69 — 2,561 cases
  • 70-79 — 1,558 cases
  • 80+ — 1,076 cases

The cases reported by GRDHD have been investigated and confirmed locally. These cases are then reported to the Kentucky Department for Public Health. This process sometimes may result in lags between state and local reporting and some discrepancies from duplicate reports.

April 30, 2021 | 11:07 am

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