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Five new positive virus cases in Kingman, bringing county total to 36

MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ (April 11, 2020) – The Mohave County Health Department (MCDPH) Nursing staff was notified of five COVID-19 positive cases out of the Kingman area today. The contact investigations have been initiated regarding with all five cases. None of the cases have been determined to be travel-related nor are they epidemiologically linked to any known cases.

Here are the five cases: The first is in the 55-64 year age range; case two is under age 20; case three is in the 55-64 year age range; case four is in the 20-44 year age range; and case five is in the 45-54 year age range.  All five individuals are currently in isolation and recovering at home.

These new five cases bring to 36 the total positives cases in Mohave County. There are now 16 positive confirmed cases in the Lake Havasu City area, including two earlier deaths, sixteen in Kingman, and four in Bullhead City.

0 thoughts on “Five new positive virus cases in Kingman, bringing county total to 36

  1. The #’s change daily with you guys up & down, it’s becoming hard to believe the news reports any more. Starting to sound more like paganda

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