Three new Lyon County COVID-19 cases reported Friday
Robert Perea, The Fernley Reporter
Three new positive cases of COVID-19 in Lyon County were reported Friday by the Quad-County Emergency Operations Center.
The new cases are a man in his 30’s, a man in his 20’s and a woman in her 40’s. This brings Lyon County’s total number of confirmed cases to 15. In addition, Quad-County EOC reported that another Lyon County patient has recovered, becoming the second Lyon County resident to recover from the virus.
In addition to the three new cases in Lyon County, one new case was reported in Carson City, bringing the total in the Quad-County region to 57, with 13 recoveries and no deaths.
There are currently three Quad-County residents hospitalized with the virus.
Quad-County EOS also reports that it is seeing community spread of COVID-19 spread, meaning the source of the illness is unknown, and asks that residents help keep the number of cases low by staying home and practicing social distancing.
5 thoughts on “Three new Lyon County COVID-19 cases reported Friday”
And Fernley what’s to open schools. That lawsuit Fernley cannot handled. Fernley cannot keep the children safe.
I would like to know how many cases are in the tow of Fernley.This seems an impossible figure to obtain. Why do they not say the town?
I would like to know how many cases are in the town of Fernley.This seems an impossible figure to obtain. Why do they not say the town?Does anyone know?
What towns in Lyon county
When I went to Smith’s Market I would say more then half had NO masks on. And most were older.And I would bet most are Republicans.