We always need to balance patient privacy with the need to protect the public's health. In some instances, we may need to be specific about the location of a cluster of COVID cases, but in most cases, issuing isolation orders for the COVID patient and quarantining their close contacts is adequate to contain the spread.
We have community transmission here, so it should be assumed that people could contract it anywhere. The virus is spread through close contact with an infected person, so please stay home as much as possible, stay physically distanced when you do go out, wear face coverings, wash hands frequently, and stay home when sick. If you are in a store, gym, restaurant, etc. where most people are not wearing face coverings, we would recommend that you go back at a less busy time or choose another store or restaurant.
Our county has been broken into six regions so people can see how COVID is affecting various parts of the county. Groups needed to be as close to 20,000 people as possible to comply with privacy requirements, so census tracts were grouped together.