COVID-19 cases in Kitsap County now at 50

Kitsap County now has 50 confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Kitsap Public Health District announced Saturday afternoon.

Nine new cases have been reported — the largest number of single-day cases in Kitsap since the health district started announcing the number of local COVID-19 infections on March 8.

The 50 confirmed positive COVID-19 tests in Kitsap County are:

March 28, a South Kitsap resident in their 70s;

March 28, a Bremerton resident in their 20s;

March 28, a North Kitsap resident in their 50s;

March 28, a South Kitsap resident in their 60s;

March 28, a North Kitsap resident in their 30s;

March 28, a South Kitsap resident in their 30s;

March 28, a South Kitsap resident in their 70s;

March 28, a South Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 28, a Bremerton resident in their 60s;

March 27, a Bainbridge Island resident in their 50s;

March 27, a South Kitsap resident in their 50s;

March 27, a South Kitsap resident in their 20s;

March 27, a South Kitsap resident in their 50s;

March 27, a North Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 27, a Bainbridge Island resident under the age of 19;

March 27, a South Kitsap resident in their 30s;

March 27, a South Kitsap resident in their 60s;

March 26, a North Kitsap resident in their 30s;

March 26, a North Kitsap Kitsap Resident under the age of 20;

March 26, a North Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 26, a Bremerton resident in their 40s;

March 26, a South Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 26, a South Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 25, a South Kitsap resident in their 50s;

March 25, a South Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 25, a Bremerton resident in their 20s;

March 25, a South Kitsap resident in their 60s;

March 25, a Bainbridge Island resident in their 50s;

March 25, a South Kitsap resident in their 60s;

March 24, a Bremerton resident in their 20s;

March 23, a Bremerton resident in their 20s;

March 23, a Central Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 22, a Central Kitsap resident in their 60s;

March 22, a Central Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 22, a Bremerton resident in their 20s;

March 21, a North Kitsap resident in their 20s;

March 21, a North Kitsap resident in their 50s;

March 21, a North Kitsap resident in their 50s;

March 19, a North Kitsap resident in their 30s;

March 19, a Bainbridge Island resident in their 70s;

March 19, a North Kitsap resident in their 50s;

March 18, a North Kitsap resident in their 60s;

March 18, a South Kitsap resident in their 30s;

March 16, a Bainbridge Island resident in their 40s;

March 16, a South Kitsap resident in their 50s;

March 15, a Bremerton area resident in their 50s;

March 15, a Central Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 13, a South Kitsap resident in their 40s;

March 10, a Bainbridge Island resident in their 70s; and

March 8, a Bainbridge Island resident in their 60s.

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