Lewis County Public Health Reports Nine COVID-19 Cases Wednesday, Thursday


Lewis County Public Health and Social Services reported nine new COVID-19 cases Wednesday through Thursday, as well as 21 “probable” cases from antigen tests.

Of those nine new cases, one person is in their 20s, three are in their 30s, one is in their 40s, one is in their 60s, two are in their 70s and one is 80 or older. The county’s total confirmed case count is at 3,259. Its death toll remains at 50.

Residents can sign up for email announcements about COVID-19 in the county, including upcoming clinics at http://eepurl.com/gVWaTH.

Information regarding future clinics — including some expected to be scheduled for next week — will be announced in coming days. To see if you’re eligible for a vaccine go to the state Department of Health’s Phase Finder site.