The Ellis County Health Department said in a news release on Monday that nine new positive cases of COVID-19 have been identified in the county since Friday. Three more cases are considered “probable”.
Contacts will be announced. The new positive cases are isolated. The department also noted that three previous cases have recovered since Friday.
There have now been 57 cases of the virus in the county since the reporting began, with 18 of them being considered active.
The department said there have been 30 new cases since the July-July 4th holiday, which puts the blame on residents and visitors who do not follow safety protocols.
Of these cases, 23 have been associated with one of four “clusters”
“If residents continue to gather in groups, we will see cases increase,” the department said.
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