Today I took Penny for her run and did not go anywhere else. I am looking forward to watching my church’s Easter Service tomorrow and disappointed we will not be able to do communion. At some point if the stay at home order continues for an extended period we are going to have to insist on our constitutional rights to do what the Bible instructs us to do.
The county health reported Saturday afternoon that there are three new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county, raising the total to 110 cases. The county reports that out of the 110 cases, 87 patients have fully recovered, 20 are recovering at home and two are being treated in the ICU. There has been only one death in the county. The County Public Health Department says it has conducted 662 COVID-19 tests, 45 of which had positive results. Private labs have detected 65 positive cases in the county, but local health officials do not know how many tests those private labs have conducted all together. It is reported by health officials that nearly 80 of the 110 cases were acquired through recent travel outside of county or person-to-person contact to a known positive case.