Kern County now has more than 100 cases of COVID-19.
The most recent numbers as of Tuesday afternoon show 101 people in Kern have tested positive for the disease, a number that includes three non-residents, according to the Kern County Public Health Services Department.
That number represents a doubling in cases in two days; on Sunday, total cases stood at 51.
Of the 3,093 total tests conducted in the county, 1,201 were pending results as of Tuesday afternoon. There have been 1,791 negative tests and there was one virus-related death last week.