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65 new COVID-19 cases in Rappahannock Area Health District

by | May 30, 2020 | Health & Wellness

The Rappahannock Area Health District reports 32 COVID-19 patients are hospitalized. 65 new cases reported Saturday with 1,513 confirmed cases in the region.

Eileen Sousa with the Health District tells us the majority of cases are ages 20-49.

Stafford 702
Spotsylvania 524
Fredericksburg 158
King George 65
Caroline 64

Caroline – 64
Fredericksburg – 158
King George – 65
Spotsylvania – 524
Stafford – 702

51.5% of cases identify as female and 48.5% of cases identify as male. The majority of cases continue to be adults aged 20-49 years old, however, we continue to receive cases among all age groups.

Case and hospitalization rates, per 100,000 population, are provided below:

An 8th outbreak has been reported in the Health District. It took place in a small residential facility in which 4 staff and 2 residents have tested positive for COVID-19.

New information for businesses is also available on the VDH website, and a downloadable Business Reopening Toolkit is available on the VDEM website.

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