The month of January has already broken records for Pike County in terms of COVID-19 cases, with record numbers of new cases being reported in the past week. As of presstime Jan. 11, Pike County’s total number of cases was 3,770, with 1,386 of those being active cases. 2,346 people were considered recovered, and 38 Pike County residents have died from the virus so far. Over the last seven days, from Jan. 4 to Jan. 10, there were 510 newly reported cases of COVID-19 in Pike County, which exceeds any other week in the county since the start of the pandemic. Pike County Public Health Director Tammy Riley said that the month of January could exceed the county’s previous record-breaking month of December. So far, as of presstime Jan. 11, there have been 637 new cases reported in January, which is greater than the number of cases reported in any month previous to November last year. I think they Will close again. When Biden gets in.