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A graph showing the daily number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, as well as a curve of cumulative cases, updated to March 16. The left axis shows the number of new cases per day based on the date of testing, while the right shows the cumulative number.

Clark County saw 36 newly-confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Wednesday’s update.

Clark County Public Health’s March 17 update puts the county’s total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases at 18,879 since the outbreak began. There were 268 active COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday, which are ones still in the isolation period.

Public Health did not report any additional COVID-19 deaths Wednesday, keeping the county’s total at 232, including 208 confirmed to be due to the disease and 24 suspected.

There were 18 individuals in Clark County with confirmed COVID-19 who were hospitalized as of Public Health’s Wednesday update, with one additional individual suspected to have the disease, awaiting test results.

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A map from Clark County Public Health shows areas by ZIP code where confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been tested. The rates per 100,000 of population in each ZIP code are shown by progressively deeper shades of color for a greater case rate.

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A graph showing the percentages of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Clark County, broken up by age group. The left bars show the percentage of cases, while the right bars show the age group’s percentage of the total Clark County population.

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