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Five New Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed

Posted On: 6/2/2020

The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on five new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Midland County, bringing the overall case count to 137.

The 133rd confirmed case is a female in her 60s who was tested by Midland Health. The female is currently self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is contact to known case. The confirmed case is a non-clinical employee at Midland Health and last worked on May 27, 2020. Employee Health is following up and monitoring employees with known contact.

The 134th confirmed case is a female in her 30s who was tested by Midland Health. The female is currently self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is contact to known case.

The 135th confirmed case is a male child (0-9) who was tested by a private provider. The male is currently self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is contact to known case.

The 136th confirmed case is a female adolescent (10-19) who was tested by a private provider. The female is currently self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is contact to known case.

The 137th confirmed case is a male adolescent (10-19) who was tested by a private provider. The male is currently self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is contact to known case.

The City of Midland Health Department will continue to monitor the individuals in accordance with the CDC.

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