IOWA CITY — Six of the 22 people in Johnson County who tested positive for COVID-19 have recovered.
The recovery of the patients — who are no longer considered infectious and are under the same public recommendations as the general public — was announced in a press release by the county Friday evening. Additionally, there were no new positive cases of COVID-19 in Johnson County on Friday.
County public health officials recommend that those who are ill stay home and isolate until:
• You have had no fever for at least three days without the use of fever-reducing medicine
• Other symptoms have been improved, such as cough or shortness of breath
• Seven days have passed since symptoms first appeared
Anyone who is mildly ill with COVID-19 can recover at home, the county said.
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