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Update: 63 COVID-19 cases linked to Harper's Restaurant and Brewpub

June 25, 2020
<p>The line at Harper&#x27;s Restaurant and Brewpub on June 8 following Michigan&#x27;s reopening of bars and restaurants at 50% capacity.</p>

The line at Harper's Restaurant and Brewpub on June 8 following Michigan's reopening of bars and restaurants at 50% capacity.

Photo by Kaishi Chhabra | The State News

Ingham County Health Department Spokesperson Amanda Darche said on Thursday updated numbers show 63 cases linked to Harper's Restaurant and Brewpub.

Of those cases, 44 are Ingham County residents. Two are secondary cases — those who did not visit Harper's but likely contracted it from someone who did.

The cases involved include ages ranging from 16-28, with 20 being the median age, Darche said.

None have been hospitalized and 17 are asymptomatic.

Data from Ingham County shows 24% of recent COVID-19 cases are between the ages of 20-29 years old, 2% greater than yesterday. National data suggests a surge in cases among young people, with 17.3% of national cases comprising ages 18-29.

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