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Kathy Moore from Public Health - Muskegon County gives an update for November 18th. The numbers are still going up. Way up. There's no real "instance" to point to. The first time Muskegon did much better, but why the change now? The virus is more aggressive and contacts are transferring into symptoms. First round of vaccine here will be limited. Look toward Spring for the bulk of it. Hospital updates. Some County employees are helping Public Health with contact tracing, but it's not enough. Plan the holidays with the highest degree of caution.