Coronavirus cases

Shelby updated its coronavirus case count on July 5.

July 6 update:

SHELBY -- The city of Shelby updated its coronavirus case numbers on Monday to 26 with 17 reaching recovered/resolved status.
 
"Nine cases are active, home quarantined, and are being monitored by the Shelby City Health Department," Mayor Steve Schag said via email.
 
No current Shelby cases involved hospitalizations, he reported.
 
"Citizens are strongly urged to observe all COVID-19 protocols and health department guidelines - social distancing and masks," Schag said.
 
Shelby reported its first coronavirus case on March 31.

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The city of Shelby updated its coronavirus case numbers on Sunday.

"The Shelby City Health Department has registered a total of 24 individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19," Mayor Steve Schag said via email.

"Seven cases are active, home quarantined, and are being monitored by the Shelby City Health Department," he reported. "Seventeen have attained recovered/resolved status."

 As of Sunday, no current Shelby cases involved hospitalizations.

"Citizens are strongly urged to observe all COVID-19 protocols and Health Department guidelines-social distancing (and) face coverings," Schag reported.

Shelby reported its first coronavirus case on March 31.

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