Updated June 17, 2020
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COVID-19 Case Information and Data
Livingston County Health Department is updating local COIVID-19 data Monday - Friday after 3:00 p.m. with the most current information available. Information on our website is provisional and subject to change. As public health investigations of individual cases continue, newly gathered informtation will result in changes to reported data. Numbers for recent weeks may look low for several reasons, including pending test results or delayed symptom onset information. Thank you for your patience as we work to provide the most up-to-date information.
Beginning May 5, Livingston County will begin to report data on
probable cases, as well as the confirmed positive cases that have
already been reported. Probable cases are individuals that have been
directly linked or in close contact to a confirmed case, have symptoms
consistent with COVID-19, but were not tested. Learn more.
Total Cases: The total number of confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases
reported in Livingston County to date. This number includes cases who are actively ill, hospitalized, deceased, and recovered.
Confirmed Cases: Livingston County residents who have been tested and received a laboratory-confirmed positive result. This number includes confirmed cases who are actively ill, hospitalized, deceased, and recovered.
Livingston County residents who have been directly linked or in close contact to a confirmed case and
have symptoms consistent with COVID-19, but were not tested. This number includes probable cases who are actively ill, hospitalized, deceased, and recovered. Learn more.
Hospitalizations: The number of confirmed and probable cases, which required hospitalization at some point during their COVID-19 illness.Deaths:
The number of confirmed and probable COVID-19 case deaths in Livingston County.
Recovered: The number of confirmed and probable cases who have recovered from COVID-19 illness. LCHD defines recovered as no fever for over 72 hours, improved respiratory symptoms, and at least 10 days since symptom onset.
Symptom Onset Date: The date a case reports first experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. If this date is unavailable, the date of diagnosis is used.