The Kern County Public Health Department announced Friday 114 new COVID-19 cases — one of the largest number of cases Kern has seen in one day.
The U.S Census Bureau has begun dropping off 2020 Census questionnaire packets in Kern County.
Census Bureau workers will make a stop at more than 9,000 homes throughout the County, according to the Census Bureau.
With Kern’s COVID-19 cases on the rise, Kern County now does not meet benchmarks set by the state that allow California counties to continue to reopen economies, according to state public health officials.
The Kern County Public Health Department confirmed Tuesday morning 76 new COVID-19 cases in Kern County.
The Kern County Public Health Department confirmed Monday morning 74 new COVID-19 cases and two more COVID-19 related deaths.
Data released by the Kern County Public Health Department throughout the past two weeks shows Kern’s COVID-19 cases have slightly decreased since the County reopened in May.