The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department has announced four more positive cases of COVID-19, with three residing in the South County and one in North County.
There are now six cases in the South County and seven in the North County.
According to a news release, one of the South County cases is a person in their 20s, while the other two southern cases are in their 40s. The person in the North County is in their 60s.
The PHD is actively investigating how each got the virus and identifying persons that they may have had close contact with.
“We are urging our community to stay home when they are sick and practice consistent social distancing practices,” shared Van Do-Reynoso, Public Health Director for Santa Barbara County. “It is critical that we all take the necessary steps to slow the spread of this illness in our community.”
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