The Green River District Health Department announced that one additional case was reported in Union County. Daviess County sits at 33 cases. We will get through this, but we all will need to do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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The Green River District Health Department is contacting the individuals that have had close contact with the patients and providing appropriate guidance about quarantine.

It is critical that everyone do everything possible to help stop the spread of COVID-19.” said Clay Horton, Public Health Director.  “We are asking people to stay home as much as possible.  When they do need to get out, it should only be when it absolutely needed.  We must all be vigilant with social distancing.”

As of March 30th, 2020:

Daviess County – 33 cases

51 year old male, 48 year old male, 48 year old female, 23 year old female, 69 year old male , 58 year old female, 50 year old female, 54 year old male, 20 year old female, 25 year old male, 50 year old female, 49 year old male, 52 year old male, 49 year old female, 55 year old male, 58 year old female, 74 year old female, 21 year old male, 25 year old female, 46 year old female, 67 year old female, 53 year old female, 48 year old male, 62 year old female, 41 year old male, 36 year old male, 36 year old female, 42 year old female, 32 year old male, 63 year old male, 23 year old male, 60 year old male, 48 year old female
Hancock County – 1 Case

65 year old female

Henderson County – 4 Cases 

61 year old male, 63 year old female, 77 year old female, 30 year old female

McLean County – 1 Case 

23 year old male

Union County – 2 Cases

56 year old male, 64 year old female

Webster County – 1 Case

77 year old male

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