More than halfway through October, Campbell County is experiencing more active cases of COVID-19 than at any point before in the pandemic.

As testing has become more widely available, confirmed case counts have soared. While tests and results — positive or negative — are undeniably related, it is not just the surge in cases that is concerning Campbell County Public Health officials.

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Ka12

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