Graves Co. Health Dept. reports 38 new cases of COVID-19

Graves Co. Health Dept. reports 38 new cases of COVID-19
The Graves County Health Department reported 38 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, November 2. (Source: Pexels)

GRAVES COUNTY, Ky. (KFVS) - The Graves County Health Department reported 38 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, November 2.

The new cases included:

  • A Graves County resident in his 20s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 60s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 30s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 30s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 60s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 40s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 20s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 60s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident between 0-10 tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 50s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at the hospital
  • A Graves County resident in her 20s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at the hospital
  • A Graves County resident between 0-10 tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at the hospital
  • A Graves County resident between 0-10 tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at the hospital
  • A Graves County resident in her teens tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 50s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 20s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident between 0-10 tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 40s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 20s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 60s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 30s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 30s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 50s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 50s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 70s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 60s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at the hospital
  • A Graves County resident in his 20s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 60s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at the hospital
  • A Graves County resident in her 30s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 60s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 30s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 50s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 20s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 80s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at the hospital
  • A Graves County resident in his 50s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at the hospital
  • A Graves County resident in his 40s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in his 50s tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home
  • A Graves County resident in her 60s tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home

“So many of these cases are related to people getting together,” commented Noel Coplen, director of the local health department.

The health department asks that everyone make social distancing a priory for the sake of the entire community.

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