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CANTON — The St. Lawrence County Public Health Department on Monday reported no new cases of COVID-19. The total number of confirmed cases reported since March 25 remains at 260.

A total of 254 people have been released from isolation after recovering from the disease caused by the novel coronavirus and four people have died as a result of the virus in St. Lawrence County.

St. Lawrence Public Health Director Dana McGuire reported only two active cases of COVID-19 are still being tracked in the county. The number reflects a decrease in cases, which had ticked into the double digits during the month of July.

Ms. McGuire said the county has only seen three new cases so far for the month of July, but mandatory and precautionary quarantine measures are still in effect and being enforced for individuals coming from 34 states and Puerto Rico. According to data presented by Dr. McGuire, 393 people are currently in precautionary quarantine after coming back from one of those states.

There are no hospitalizations for COVID-19 in St. Lawrence County.

The state Department of Health reports that 30,380 people in the county have been tested.

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