Two more COVID-19 cases found on Bainbridge, including the youngest person yet to get the virus in Kitsap – someone under the age of 19

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Eight more residents in Kitsap County — including two more on Bainbridge Island — have been confirmed to have COVID-19, the Kitsap Public Health District said Friday.

The Bainbridge cases include the youngest person yet in Kitsap County to test positively for the deadly virus.

The new cases put the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Kitsap County at 41.

The two new confirmed cases of coronavirus on Bainbridge involved a resident in their 50s and a resident under the age of 19.

The number of cases discovered daily in Kitsap continues to rise.

Six cases were confirmed Wednesday, followed by another six on Thursday.

The 41 confirmed positive COVID-19 tests in Kitsap County include:

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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