(Crocker)–The Pulaski County Health Department announced Monday afternoon that there have been 12 more confirmed cases of coronavirus since last Monday. This brings the aggregate total to 155 confirmed COVID-19 test results. The department says that, due to the increase in travel and people returning to work, it is best to assume that every location you visit is a location of potential exposure and take the appropriate precautions to protect yourselves, your families, and our communities. Individuals who are identified as having close contact with a confirmed positive case will be notified. It is critical that everyone continues to practice preventative measures to help keep the spread of communicable diseases to a minimum. These precautions include social distancing, wearing a face-covering when in public, limiting in-person interactions, avoiding contact with people who are sick, covering coughs and sneezes, proper hand-washing, cleaning frequently used surfaces, and staying home when sick. It is of the utmost importance that any individual experiencing symptoms isolate from others.