11 new COVID-19 cases reported by health district Tuesday

11 new COVID-19 cases reported by health district Tuesday

Countywide total currently sits at 235

11 new cases of COVID-19 were reported by the Kitsap Public Health District Tuesday, bringing the countywide total to 235.

A total of 11,206 residents have tested negative for COVID-19 — of those tested, the positive test rate is just above two percent. June has seen a total of 71 cases added by the public health district, a sharp jump compared to the previous month which only saw 11 new cases. Of the cases reported in June, 50 have been reported in the last two weeks.

Of the 235 cases, 13 have been reported on Bainbridge Island, 81 in Bremerton, 39 in Central Kitsap, 46 in North Kitsap and 56 in South Kitsap. Two coronavirus-related deaths have been confirmed by Kitsap Public Health District as well.

The age breakdown for confirmed cases is as follows:

0 – 19: 14

20 – 29: 52

30 – 39: 28

40 – 49: 35

50 – 59: 53

60 – 69: 26

70 – 79: 17

80 and older: 10

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