New developments in the local coronavirus outbreak are reminiscent of the days when Elkhart County was considered a “hotspot,” according to the Elkhart County Health Department.
After months of improving or stabilizing numbers, cases are up, the positivity rate is up and hospitalizations are up. Meanwhile, the number of people getting tested continues to go down.
“We are definitely going in the wrong direction,” Elkhart County Health Department spokesperson Melanie Sizemore said.
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