Caldwell County has had three additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 since July 20, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county to 48.

However, in that time, the number of recoveries has jumped from 19 to 31.

According to information provided by the Pennyrile District Health Department, there were 17 active cases of COVID-19 in Caldwell County as of Monday afternoon.

There were no new cases reported in Caldwell County over the weekend, nor has the county had any COVID-related deaths.

Lyon County reported a COVID-related death over the weekend, a 37-year-old man who was one of two cases confirmed over the weekend. The other confirmed case was a 39-year-old woman.

Through Monday, Lyon County has had 28 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 20 recoveries and four deaths. The county has four active cases, three of which were confirmed since July 20.

Trigg County reported one confirmed case of COVID-19 over the weekend, a 57-year-old man, bringing its total to 41. Of those, 29 have recovered, leaving 12 active cases, one of whom is hospitalized.

Trigg County has had eight cases reported since July 20.

Livingston County reported one new case over the weekend, a 73-year-old man. It also reported its first COVID-related death, a 61-year-old man. Through Monday, Livingston County has had 33 confirmed cases, 20 of whom have recovered, and one death. There are 12 active cases, three of whom are hospitalized.

Livingston County has had seven cases confirmed since July 20.

Crittenden County has had 23 confirmed cases of COVID-19 through Monday, with 12 recoveries and one death. The most recent case was reported Friday, a 60-year-old man who was hospitalized.

Crittenden County has 10 active cases with one of those hospitalized. Two of those cases were confirmed since July 20.

Throughout the five-county district, there have been 173 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 112 recoveries and six deaths, leaving 56 active cases, five of whom are hospitalized.

Since July 20, there have been 23 confirmed cases of COVID-19 throughout the district.