The Logan County Health District confirmed a positive case of coronavirus in the county, a release said.
The patient, who was not identified, is isolated and hospitalized outside of the county.
Logan County health officials are working to notify anyone who may have been in contact with the patient.
“Please be advised that the Logan County Health District does not diagnose, test or treat COVID-19. If you feel sick or have questions about your personal health, please contact a health care provider” reminds Health Commissioner, Dr. Hoddinott. “Emergency rooms should only be used for immediate life-threatening conditions.” He also states, “I understand the difficulties that all of us are facing at this time. It is imperative that we follow Public Health guidelines and we are urging adherence to the basic proven measures that have been used in past epidemics. This is a once in a lifetime experience but I am proud to serve this community and show that we are all in this together and we will all get through this.”
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