Caldwell County has had only two confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported to the Pennyrile District Health Department from Sept. 1 through Friday, according to information provided by the department.

No report was issued Monday by the PDHD due to the Labor Day holiday. The health department oversees health information for Caldwell, Crittenden, Livingston, Lyon and Trigg counties.

Those new Caldwell cases bring the total number of confirmed cases in the county to 86, with 18 of those cases being active and four of those being treated in the hospital.

Crittenden County added 14 new confirmed cases from Sept. 1 through Friday, bringing its total to 69. The county has had 25 new cases confirmed from Aug. 29 through Friday and has 38 active cases through Friday.

WPSD Local 6 reported Friday that the Crittenden County School District closed schools that day when an elementary school staff member tested positive for COVID-19.

Trigg County has had 17 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed from Sept. 1 through Friday, bringing its total of confirmed cases to 102. The county has 32 active cases through Friday.

Livingston County has had 10 confirmed cases from Sept. 1 through Friday, bringing its total to 58. It has 12 active cases through Friday.

Lyon County has had four confirmed cases of COVID-19 from Sept. 1 through Friday, bringing its total to 47. It has 10 active cases through Friday.

While Trigg and Caldwell counties have had the most confirmed cases in the five-county district, neither county has reported a COVID-related death. Lyon County has had four COVID-related deaths, while Crittenden County has had two and Livingston County has had one.