Clark County adds 120 new COVID-19 cases, reports the death of a woman in her 30s

Clark County reported 120 new COVID-19 cases and one death on Wednesday, a woman in her 30s with underlying health problems.

Clark County Public Health said the new fatal accident brings the county’s total deaths from COVID-19 to 132, with 122 confirmed and 10 suspected deaths. She was the fourth person in her 30s to die of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.

To date, the county has counted the deaths of two over-40s from COVID-19, six over-50s, 20 over-60s, 33 over-70s and 67 over-80s. According to Clark County Public Health data, no deaths have been reported under the age of 30.

The new cases reported on Wednesday bring the total number of COVID-19 cases to date to 11,318. The province has had an average of 138 new cases per day as of Friday, slightly less than about 178 cases per day in the previous week, according to public health data.

According to Public Health data, 60 people were hospitalized with COVID-19 and three others in hospital awaiting test results.

The number of active cases, individuals with COVID-19 who are still in their isolation period and considered contagious, fell slightly to 843 in public health data.

The COVID-19 activity rate from earlier this week was 450.56 new cases per 100,000 residents for the past two weeks.