Mason County Public Health was notified of Three (3) additional Mason County residents that

tested positive for COVID-19. This brings the total to Ninety-eight (98) positive cases in Mason

County. Mason County Public Health is continuing contact interviews. The patients, a female in her 60s, and a male in his 20s and one in his 30s, are currently

isolating at home.

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Lee Fraser

As I read this article I know that the case number is over 110 as of July 26th.I also know why the numbers are rising faster and faster. All you have to do is walk into any building supply, tavern, or private gathering at lakes and beaches to see the complete lack of social distancing and no a mask in sight except down around the patrons necks. I guess all these people think they're immune and most of them won't be too bothered probably by the virus but for the ones that do contract or become carriers the ramifications become much more dangerous. i'm guessing most of them have families and if they are an asymptomatic carrier it would be very easy to spread this crud to their families an acquaintances. Apparently, that doesn't matter to them. I continue to be amazed and saddened by the foolishness of so many in our community.

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