Twenty cases of coronavirus now confirmed in Kitsap County

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Kitsap County now has 20 confirmed cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), health officials announced Monday afternoon.

Two new cases were reported Monday: a Bremerton resident in their 20s, and a Central Kitsap resident in their 40s.

Four Bainbridge residents have tested positive for COVID-19. The first case of coronavirus reported in Kitsap, on March 8, was a Bainbridge resident in their 60s.

The Kitsap County cases confirmed earlier are:

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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