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Muhlenberg County Reports New COVID-19 Death

Health officials in Muhlenberg County say another member of the community has lost their battle with COVID-19.

Posted: Sep 11, 2020 4:07 PM

The Muhlenberg County Health Department (MCHD) reported one new COVID-19 death on Friday, Sept. 11.

The health department now lists 12 total COVID-19 deaths within Muhlenberg County to date, with nine of those occurring within the community, and three of them occurring within the Green River Correctional Complex in Central City.

Two new positive cases of COVID-19 were also reported in Muhlenberg County on Friday, which brought the total number of positive cases identified within the county to date to 710.

MCHD says that so far, 673 total COVID-19 patients have recovered from the virus and that 25 of the county's COVID-19 cases are currently active. One patient in Muhlenberg County with an active case of COVID-19 is currently hospitalized.



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