Today I watched church online. The church is trying to keep things as normal as possible and comply with both the Bible and government. Afterwards we had “fellowship” on Zoom attended by many of the members of church. This enables us to keep up on how everyone in the church family is doing. Unfortunately, there are a few members who are not technically savvy or don’t own a computer so they are unable to participate. On the upside a couple of members appreciated the online services because their work schedules do not allow them to attend all of the services in person. They are now able to watch them at a more convenient time.
There are signs that the virus may be slowing in the county. Yesterday no cases were reported and today two cases were reported bring the total cases in the county to 95 people since the first case was report on March 14. Of these cases 65 individuals have recover and one has died. Of active cases four are in the hospital with three in intensive care and 25 people are recovering at home. The breakdown by age of the people who have contracted the virus shows that four are under the age of 18, 37 are between the ages of 18 to 49, 25 are between the ages of 50 to 64, and 29 are 65 and above.