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COVID Cases Fall, but New Data Shows How Dangerous it Has Been for the Elderly Here

  • COVID Cases Fall, but New Data Shows How Dangerous it Has Been for the Elderly Here
    COVID Cases Fall, but New Data Shows How Dangerous it Has Been for the Elderly Here
The number of active coronavirus cases continues to fall in Fayette County. As of Monday morning, Aug. 10, there were 36 confirmed active cases and 20 probable cases, according to the Fayette County Office of Emergency Management. That’s down from a high of 114 active cases and 46 probable cases on July 23. Precincts 1 and 4 (La Grange and Schulenburg areas) have the highest number of active…

 

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