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2 New COVID-19 Deaths Reported in Hopkins County

Two more Hopkins County residents were confirmed to have died from COVID-19 on Friday by the local health department.

Posted: Oct 16, 2020 12:01 PM
Updated: Oct 16, 2020 2:58 PM

The Hopkins County Health Department said Friday that two more residents of the county had died from COVID-19.

With Friday's report from the health department, the total number of COVID-19 deaths in the county increased to 41.

There were also 19 new positive cases of the virus reported in Hopkins County on Friday. That brought the total number of Hopkins County residents confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19 so far to 905. Long term care facilities account for 76 of the county's total positive cases.

The health department says that so far, 651 of the county's residents have recovered from COVID-19. 

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The Tri-State is about to witness a metric ton of change over the next 36 hours or so, but before we get to the meat of the forecast let's focus on the hearer and the now - after seeing an absolutely gorgeous start to the work week with afternoon highs nearing the 70° mark and little to no cloud cover, clear skies will linger through the evening ahead and into tomorrow morning as temperature gradually dwindle into the upper 30s and low 40s area-wide. We'll fall to 42° in Evansville setting the stage for yet another mild, albeit far less quiet Tuesday ahead.
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