- COVID-19 Oct. 12 cases Web. Co.

A week ago, Webster County had 119 active COVID-19 cases and 708 total cases.

On Monday, there were 150 active cases.

And the total case count was at 884.

Hospitalizations are at 33, up from 30 last week.

Deaths remained the same at nine.

Marshfield, the county seat and most-populous city, leads the way in positive cases with 348, up from 288 when the Webster County Health Unit released statistics a week ago.

Next is Fordland at 169.

Seven days ago, Fordland’s case count was 110.

Rogersville has 154 cases (up from 135), followed by Seymour at 113 (up from 87 cases).

Other communities and their total number of positive test results include Niangua at 44, Strafford at 26, Elkland at 14, Conway at 14, while Diggins has reported only a single positive case.

By age, the demographic with the highest number of cases comes between the ages of 30 and 39 with 161.

Positive cases in the county by age also include:

• Ages 40 to 49, 144.

• Ages 50 to 59, 115.

• Ages 60 to 69, 111.

• Ages 20 to 29, 102.

• Ages 80 and above, 79.

• Ages 11 to 19, 77.

• Ages 70 to 79, 66.

• Ages birth to 10, 29.

The Webster County Health Unit is located at 233 East Washington Street in Marshfield, just east of the city square and county courthouse.

Officials can be reached at 417-859-2532.

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