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Boone County Judge Robert Hathaway said Wednesday night that he was informed of the third positive coronavirus case in Boone County. No further information was released about location.

"As cases become more prevalent within the County, we encourage all citizens to continue social distancing when in public places," Hathaway said in a statement Wednesday night. "We all need to continue to limit all non-essential travel, and only go out as needed. Please stay safe and protect yourselves, as well as, your families by taking the appropriate health and safety measures."

(2) comments

TammySue

I totally understand the privacy issue but is is a privacy issue to know where these people have traveled in Boone County? Some who shop for their elderly parents would know where not to go for a couple of days? Are the businesses where these people have traveled given this information so they can do what needs to be done to clean up?

gobsfan

I do believe the people and places this person was in contact with are notified. I would just assume that they were everywhere. Wash your hands, keep your distance when you have to be out and don’t touch your face, in other words be safe.

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