Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Hardin County surged over the 200-mark the Lincoln Trail District Health Department reported Monday afternoon.

Since Thursday at 4 p.m., 41 new cases have been confirmed in Hardin County. There now have been 208 confirmed cases since the first case was identified March 20.

In all, 64 people currently are under in-home isolation, one person is hospitalized and 138 people have recovered.

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Maybe people will realize that masks aren't an infringement on their perianal freedon but a way to slow the coronavirus and regain our individual liberty. My CCDW protects me and you, so does my mask.

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