MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. – The Marshall County Health Department released this statement regarding COVID-19 cases:
We received confirmation today of two deaths of Marshall County residents associated to COVID-19. Today, we received notification that we lost a 74-year-old female and a 35-year-old female, both of whom were hospitalized at the time of their passing.
Our hearts are heavy with the loss of these Marshall County residents associated with COVID-19. The thoughts and prayers of the staff at the Health Department and all county offices are with the family and friends of these ladies during this difficult time.
The Marshall County Health Department also received confirmation 21 new positive cases and 2 new probable cases. The Health Department continues to work on investigations and contact tracing. Due to the extraordinary demand on the staff, we will not be providing a detailed listing of each of these cases at this time due to these time constraints.
This brings Marshall County to a total of 951 confirmed cases and 134 probable cases, 470 of which are in isolation at home, 10 hospitalized, 16 associated deaths and 589 whom have been released from isolation.
Everyone can assist in stopping this rapid increase of cases by wearing masks when in public, maintaining social distance and avoiding large scale events.
Due to Marshall County remaining RED, the Health Department will continue with the listed testing:
11/24/2020 10am – 2pm
11/25/2020 9am – 12pm
All testing to be conducted at the Health Department.
For more information, contact the Marshall County Health Department at 304-845-7840 or visit our Facebook page at Marshall County Health Department – WV.
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