Covid Screening

Nicole Damian pulls out some Clorox wipes to sanitize the table as she awaits patients at Campbell County Public Health earlier this year during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Since the start of October, Campbell County has had 165 new lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 21 that were confirmed Tuesday.

Campbell County has had 460 lab-confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic, with 114 of them active, according to an update from the Campbell County Public Health Department.

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It is ok that the confirmed cases are going up, that means that more people will have immunity to this virus, which is good for everyone!


Also means more people will die. How lucky do you feel?

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