- Virus count falls to 32

Webster County’s number of active COVID-19 cases are at their lowest point of 2021, according to statistics released last Friday by the Webster County Health Unit.

Active virus cases in the county were at 32, the statistics showed.

According to the county’s health unit, which is based in Marshfield, there were 54 new cases of COVID-19 added over the past week.

Two months ago, that tally was around 200.

Since the introduction of the virus to the U.S. in March 2020, there have been 5,517 positive cases of COVID-19 in Webster County.

Of those, 5,364 cases have recovered, and the death toll is at 101.

Hospitalizations are at 236.

Marshfield, the county seat, leads in the number of cases in the county at 2,469, followed by Rogersville at 841.

Seymour is next at 813.

Fordland holds the fourth spot at 638.

Other cities in Webster County and their number of positive cases include Niangua at 302, Strafford at 194, Elkland at 127, Conway at 99 and Fair Grove at 31.

The age demographic with the highest number of cases is between the ages of 50 and 59 with 869.

Next is between the ages of 40 and 49 at 863.

Other age categories and their number of positive tests for COVID-19 include:

• Ages 30 to 39, 840.

• Ages 20 to 29, 824.

• Ages 60 to 69, 676.

• Ages 11 to 19, 570.

• Ages 70 to 79, 375.

• Ages 80 and up, 257.

• Ages birth to 10, 243.

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