After 20 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Hardin County were announced Friday afternoon by the Lincoln Trail District Health Department, the county’s recovery rate is at 87.2 percent.

Of the 1,243 confirmed cases, the health district says 1,050 people have recovered from the virus. There are five people hospitalized and 141 people under in-home isolation, the health district says.

Hardin County has experienced 12 deaths from the virus.

Meade County, which recorded five new cases Friday, has 39 people on home isolation and one currently hospitalized for COVID. The health department reports three COVID deaths in Meade.

With nine cases recorded Friday, LaRue County now has 16 in isolation and one hospitalized. The county has experienced one COVID-related death.

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Why report an “incomplete” “survival rate” that makes it LOOK like 12.8% DIE in this county from covid, when in FACT, the death rate for confirmed cases (IF all the “cases” are true positives, not likely) is currently 0.009%. Death rate Hardin county 0.009% of positive cases (about 12 per 100,000 population).

So I beg for a answer from those politically appointed “officials”, when will you read the actual science old and new, and what EXACTLY are your magic numbers to stop the madness and let us live?


Agree with James Hargan about this, it is like math is a subject they did not take in school.

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