Carroll County sees 46 new COVID-19 cases; health official urges workers to stay home if sick

While the number of new community cases of COVID-19 dropped last week, the total was still higher than any of the four previous weeks and it has the county’s top health official concerned that some have ceased taking the crisis as seriously as they should. Last week, there were 73 community cases — those among members of the wider community, outside of congregate living facilities such as nursing homes — according to Carroll County Health Department data released Monday afternoon. That was down from 88 the previous week. But over the four weeks prior to that, Carroll had been averaging 48 new community cases per week. (Carr Co Times)

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