Household Spread Accounts For More Cases Than College Students, Officials Say
By Friday, the Bear River Health District — one of the highest transmission areas in the state — had 385 new confirmed COVID-19 cases this week, but officials say the spike cannot be pinned to a specific age group.
“It’s not just college-aged or middle-school-aged kids,” said Josh Greer with the Bear River Health Department. “It’s pretty consistent spread. It’s out in the community, and we have nothing really to pinpoint, as far as where it’s coming from.” Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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