Second positive COVID-19 case confirmed in Iron County
The Dickinson-Iron District Health Department has been notified of a second presumptive positive COVID-19 case in Iron County Friday.
This case, an adult man, is not related to the first presumptive positive case reported earlier this week.
The Dickinson-Iron District Health Department is working on notifying those who may have been in close contact. The Dickinson-Iron District Health Department will not be disclosing additional information about the individual.
This brings Iron County's cases to two, with no deaths or recoveries reported. The
Coronavirus cases in Upper Michigan now stand at 120, with 16 deaths and at least 80 recoveries reported.
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