Two consecutive days with no new Lyon County COVID-19 cases reported Tuesday
Robert Perea, The Fernley Reporter
For the second time in a week, Lyon County has had two consecutive days with no new confirmed cases of COVID-19. Meanwhile, two new recoveries were announced Tuesday.
No new cases were reported Monday and Tuesday by the Quad-County Emergency Operations Center, the fifth time in the last seven days in which there has not been a new case announced in Lyon County.
The most recent case in Lyon County was reported Sunday. That case was a woman in her 30s with no known connection to a previous case.
Lyon County has had a total of 92 confirmed cases, with 68 of them having recovered. There have been two deaths in the county due to COVID-19.
As of 6 p.m. June 16, 41 cases have been in the 89408 zip code, according to Carson City Health and Human Services and the Quad-County EOC.
In the Quad County region, there have now been 264 total cases, 191 recoveries and seven deaths. Six Quad-County residents are currently hospitalized due to COVID-19.
There will be two drive-thru COVID-19 testing events for Quad-County residents without symptoms this week. Testing is first come, first served, no appointments or reservations. There will be 75 tests available from 8-10 a.m. Wednesday at the Virginia Senior Center, and 200 tests available from 8-11 a.m. Friday, June 19 at Dayton High School.
5 thoughts on “Two consecutive days with no new Lyon County COVID-19 cases reported Tuesday”
Why is it that they never mention what towns or citys has the covid-19? All they are saying is that Lyon county has cases, however Lyon county is a large area.
List the zip codes by amout like clark county
If they are an addresses. In clark they are telling how many are in each zip code. It only makes sense. I don’t want to know what address they are at just how clossus that41 cases are from the89408 zip code then why now tell us where the other err re are in zip codes it’s not breaking HIPAA las or giving us
Why can’t they tell us what zip codes in Lyon county have the highest rate. Clark has published the clark Volvo zips with the most why not here
I asked that same question a month ago Maybe call public health?