104 residents in Kitsap County test positive for COVID-19

The number of Kitsap County residents who have tested positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has now topped 100, according to statistics released Sunday by the Kitsap County Health District.

Positive cases of COVID-19 currently number 104.

The number of confirmed cases was 99 on Saturday.

Most of the COVID-19 infections are in Bremerton, with 28 in all through Sunday, or 27 percent of all confirmed tests for the disease.

Second is South Kitsap (26 cases, 25 percent of total); followed by North Kitsap (22 cases, 21 percent); Central Kitsap (18 cases, 17 percent); and Bainbridge Island (10 cases, 10 percent).

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