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The Graves County Health Department today announced the 462nd thru 473rd confirmed case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Graves County.

A Graves County resident between 0-10 tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home.

A Graves County resident in his teen's tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home.

A Graves County resident in her 20's tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home

A Graves County resident in her 30's tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at the home.

A Graves County resident between 0-10 tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home.

A Graves County resident in his 60's tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home.

A Graves County resident in her 60's tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home

A Graves County resident in her 20's tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home

A Graves County resident in her 20's tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home.

A Graves County resident in his teen's tested positive for COVID-19. He is in isolation at home.

A Graves County resident in her 70's tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home

A Graves County resident in her 30's tested positive for COVID-19. She is in isolation at home

Ballard County 36

Carlisle County 20

Caldwell 1 new case. *47 year old male, hospitalized. This is case #50.

Crittenden 4 new cases. * 54 year old female * 41 year old male * 13 year old female * 64 year old female. All are isolated at home. This is case #24-27.

Fulton County County 43

Graves County 473

Hickman County 17

Livingston County no new cases.

Lyon County 2 new cases. *80 year old female * 80 year old male. Both are isolating at home. This is case #29-30.

McCracken County 301

Trigg County 1 new case. *20 month old male that is isolated at home. This is case #44.

"COVID19 is so easy to catch. Please do everything you can to protect yourself." said Kathy Gifford, Nurse Supervisor for the local health department.

"Be the example to others by modeling good practices of prevention." commented Noel Coplen, Director of the local health department.

We all must make social distancing a priory for the sake of our entire community.

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