*Confirmed Case: A laboratory positive case of COVID-19
*Probable Case: A COVID-19 case that had exposure to a known confirmed case of COVID-19 and develops symptoms of COVID-19.
*Antibody Probable Case: Utilizing a FDA approved test that meet the clinical criteria (symptoms) or the epidemiology link (exposure to a positive case) to be classified as a case of COVID-19 by public health.
*Isolation: Separates sick people with a contagious disease from people who are not sick until they meet the criteria for release
*Quarantine: Separates and restricts the movement of people who were exposed to a contagious disease to see if they become sick during the incubation period of the disease
*All data is considered preliminary and subject to change.*
**Probable case counts include antibody IgG and IgM positive cases. The date that COVID-19 antibody positive cases are reported to us may not accurately reflect the actual onset and period of illness. Not all antibody positive results will meet the criteria to be a case.**