Tuolumne County reported four new cases of COVID-19 and released a list of the ages of all the people who have been infected with the disease.
That brings the number of cases since March to 64, with a dramatic upswing since June 22. In all, 51 cases have been reported since then.
The report said 41 women and 23 men have been diagnosed. Seven have been younger than 20, 12 are in their 20s. 13 30s,11 40s, seven 50s, six 60s, four 70s, three 80s and one was in their 90s.
Women up to age 60 are more likely to test positive than men in Tuolumne County. Past 60 the reports show men and women equally represented among positive cases.
Twenty-two people remain in isolation, none are in the hospital and 42 have recovered, Public Health announced.
Test results for 6,425 people have been received by the Health Department.
Free testing is available at the Calaveras County Fairgrounds Tuesday through Saturday by appointment. People are reporting a wait time for an appointment of up to a week. The number for appointments is (888) 634-1123.