BEND, OR -- Deschutes County Commissioners got another COVID-19 update yesterday. Deputy Public Health Director Nahad Sadr-Azodi says the county has seen more cases of the virus since mid-April in people under age 30. Sadr-Azodi also noted there are many more tests for the virus in Deschutes county. He says the percent of positive cases is under 2-per cent, which he called great. Sadr-Azodi said 26 per cent of virus cases were from home settings…26 per cent from social gatherings or at work and…47-per cent of virus cases have no known contact. He told commissioners they want to get those “no known contact cases” reduced to 30-per cent.