Confirmed cases of COVID-19 rise to 95 in Kitsap County

Kitsap County now has 95 total positive cases against 1,670 negative results according to a Friday update from the Kitsap Public Health District. A total of 1,765 residents have been tested, resulting in a five percent positive rate. No deaths have been reported by the health district at this time.

Of the 95 cases in Kitsap, 25 are in South Kitsap, 21 are in North Kitsap, 25 are in Bremerton, 14 are in Central Kitsap and 10 are on Bainbridge Island.

The age breakdown for confirmed infections is as follows:

0-19: 4 (4 percent)

20-29: 15 (16 percent)

30-39: 10 (11 percent)

40-49: 20 (21 percent)

50-59: 22 (22 percent)

60-69: 14 (15 percent)

70-79: 8 (8 percent)

80+: 2 (2 percent)

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