Macon County Public Health reported 257 total cases of COVID-19 as of June 22, an increase of four from the previous day’s total.
That number includes 191 active positive cases, 65 patients who have recovered, along with one death.
A total of 3,180 test results had been reported to the health department, which had conducted 2,540 tests itself. There are 224 test results pending.
The health department is now providing a weekly demographic breakdown of COVID-19 cases. In the June 17 report, female patients outnumbered male patients, 54 percent to 46 percent. Hispanic patients accounted for 80 percent of total cases. Fifty-one percent were symptomatic, with 49 percent asymptomatic.
People aged 25-49 accounted for 44.4 percent of the cases, followed by 0-17 at 25.6 percent, 18-24 at 17.5 percent and 50-64 with 8.6 percent.