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SEVEN NEW COVID-19 CASES REPORTED

The Clatsop County Public Health Department reported Monday that seven new local COVID-19 cases were recorded over the weekend.

The cases are:
· Female, age 40-49, north county resident
· Female, age 40-49, south county resident
· Male, age 50-59, south county resident
· Female, age 20-29, north county resident
· Male, age 20-29, north county resident
· Female, age 80-89, north county resident
· Female, age 60-69, north county resident

All the individuals are recovering at home.
The county has recorded a total of 81 cases since March 23. Sixty-five of those individuals have recovered; the others are convalescing at home.
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TWO MORE DA YANG SEAFOOD WORKERS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19

The Clatsop County Public Health Department reported Tuesday that two additional employees of the Da Yang Seafoods company in Astoria have tested positive for COVID-19.

Both individuals, one female, one male, are north-county residents age 40-49. They are both recovering at home.

The results bring to four the total number of Da Yang workers testing positive so far. The Public Health Department conducted testing of all 160 of the company’s workers on Thursday, July 23 after Da Yang informed the county that one of its employees had tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week. That individual, a male north-county resident age 30-39, and another employee, a male north-county resident age 50-59, were also recovering at home.

The Public Health Department is waiting for the remaining results from last week’s testing of Da Yang workers.
Da Yang shut down its two Astoria processing facilities for deep cleaning last week.

The county has recorded a total of 71 cases since March 23. Fifty-five of those individuals have recovered; the others are convalescing at home.

The county is offering drive-through COVID-19 testing to members of the public two days a week. For more information, go to www.co.clatsop.or.us. Due to increased demand, testing in most cases is being limited to those with COVID-19 symptoms or individuals who are contacts of positive cases.
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