Caldwell County had one additional case of COVID-19 confirmed over the weekend, bringing the county’s total of confirmed cases to 45.

Of those cases, 19 have recovered, leaving 26 active cases in the county.

The additional case in Caldwell County over the weekend was a 47-year-old woman who is recovering at home.

That information was provided by the Pennyrile District Health Department, which oversees Caldwell, Crittenden, Livingston, Lyon and Trigg counties.

Livingston County also had one case reported over the weekend, bringing its total of confirmed cases to 26. Of those, 13 have recovered. Livingston had one death reported that was COVID-related, leaving 12 active COVID cases in that county.

Crittenden County had one additional case reported over the weekend, moving its total of confirmed cases to 21, 10 of which have recovered. Crittenden has had one death reported that was related to COVID-19, leaving 10 active cases.

Lyon County had no new cases reported over the weekend, keeping its total of confirmed cases at 25. Of those, 19 have recovered and there have been three deaths, leaving three active cases in that county.

Trigg County also had no additional cases of COVID-19 reported over the weekend, keeping its total at 33. Of those, 26 have recovered, leaving seven active cases in that county.

For the Pennyrile health district, there have been 150 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 887 recoveries and five deaths, leaving 58 active cases in the five counties. Three cases were reported through Monday afternoon.

More information about COVID-19 and other regional health issues can be found on the Pennyrile District Health Department Facebook page.