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The Kern County Public Health Services Department reported another death and 69 new coronavirus cases Saturday morning.

That brings the total to 38 deaths and 2,155 cases since mid-March.

The county reports that 1,450 people have recovered from the illness, while 607 are isolated at home and 50 are hospitalized.

Males make up 48.6 percent of the cases; females are 51.4 percent.

Here is the age breakdown: 202 cases among those ages 17 and under; 1,180 cases among those ages 18-49; 476 cases among those ages 50-64; and 287 cases among those ages 65 and older.

A total of 24,037 tests have come back negative, while the results of 914 are pending.

You can see all available data at kernpublichealth.com/covid-19_dashboard.

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Independent Voter

Nobody cares about this anymore, eh? No comments. Ha! Well played, media. Distract us from the crumbling COVID narrative with by hyping up individuals already on edge to riot. Brilliant!

YourNeighborhoodCommie

I agree We should let this thing ravage the community.

A F*CKING COMMUNIST AGREES WITH YOU DIPSHIT

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