Graves Officials Announce 38 New Cases of COVID-19
By West Kentucky Star Staff
GRAVES COUNTY - The Graves County Health Department announced 38 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Health officials say all of the new cases are isolating at home. They include three teenagers, five people in their 20's, five people in their 30's, seven in their 40's, eleven people in their 50's, five in their 60's, and two people in their 70's.

“The only proven way to keep from being infected is to stay at home. So when we are out, let’s take proper precautions to protect ourselves and others!” commented Noel Coplen, Director of the local health department.

Health officials remind the public to make social distancing a priority for the sake of the entire community. "We have to stay strong."

For questions related to COVID-19, contact the Kentucky COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-722-2725, or the Graves County Health Department at 270-247-3553.

Published 08:52 AM, Wednesday Jul. 08, 2020
Updated 06:41 PM, Wednesday Jul. 08, 2020



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