The North Central District Health Department in Kentucky on Monday confirmed two new cases of COVID-19 in Trimble County and 29 new cases throughout the four counties served by that agency.

Trimble, which has now had seven confirmed cases of which only two remain active, is still one of the least-infected counties in Kentucky but also one of the smallest in population. Only 19 of Kentucky’s 120 counties have reported fewer positive test results for the coronavirus than Trimble.

Meanwhile, Carroll County is up to 29 confirmed cases after adding eight new cases on Tuesday of last week when a local long term health care facility had seven residents and one employee test positive. All residents and staff have since been tested and are being monitored.

That’s seven more than Carroll County’s Ohio River neighbor, Switzerland County, with just 22 cases but well short of the 56 cases being shown in Jefferson County, Indiana, where the only COVID death has occurred in the four county region bordering the river and connected by the Milton-Madison and Markland Dam bridges.