New COVID-19 Deaths Confirmed in Daviess, Ohio Counties

New COVID-19 deaths were confirmed on Tuesday in Kentucky's Daviess and Ohio counties.

Posted: Feb 2, 2021 2:13 PM
Updated: Feb 2, 2021 3:16 PM

The Green River District Health Department is reporting new COVID-19 deaths in two of its seven Kentucky counties.

According to GRDHD's Tuesday COVID-19 report, two new COVID-19 deaths have been identified in Daviess County, and one in Ohio County.

The health department also said Tuesday that 188 new positive cases of COVID-19 had been identified throughout the seven counties in the district.

Here's a breakdown of where those new positive COVID-19 cases were identified, in addition to the new deaths reported Tuesday:

  • Daviess County: 124 new cases, 2 new deaths
  • Hancock County: 6 new cases
  • Henderson County: 21 new cases
  • McLean County: 13 new cases
  • Ohio County: 16 new cases, 1 new death
  • Union County: 2 new cases
  • Webster County: 6 new cases

According to GRDHD, 18,174 total positive COVID-19 cases have now been identified throughout the seven-county district so far, with 310 total COVID-19 deaths.

You can view a more detailed summary of each county within the district below:


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