Tuolumne Public Health reports 33 new COVID-19 cases considering that the other day report and 2170 active cases including 16 who are hospitalized. An overall of 4,235 have actually been launched from seclusion after evaluating positive for COVID-19, 210 cases are presently active, there have actually been 99 deaths and 1,619 inmate cases for an overall of 6,163 total cases.
Calaveras County Public Health reports 52 new Covid cases considering that yesterdays report and 95 active cases up from 83 the other day. The active cases consists of 3 existing Covid hospitalizations. There are 9 new cases age 0-17 and 2 new cases in individuals age 65 years old or older.
Tuolumne Public Health reports 33 new COVID-19 cases since yesterday report and 2170 active cases including 16 who are hospitalized. The total current case rate, a 14-day average for Tuolumne County is down to 50.9 per 100,000 population from 52.7 yesterday. An overall of 4,235 have been launched from isolation after checking favorable for COVID-19, 210 cases are currently active, there have been 99 deaths and 1,619 inmate cases for a total of 6,163 total cases.
Todays freshly reported cases include 5 cases age 17 or under and 14 cases are age 60 and older. The gender and age breakdown is; 2 ladies and 1 young boy age 0-11, 3 girls and 1 young boy age 12-17, 3 ladies and 3 men age 18-29, 1 female and 2 men age 30-39, 1 woman and 2 men age 40 to 49, 1 guy age 50-59, 2 women and 4 men age 60 -69, 2 females and 2 males age 70 to 79, and 2 women and 2 men age 80 to 89.
Of the 33 brand-new neighborhood cases, 25 were unvaccinated and 8 were vaccinated. There are no brand-new Sierra Conservation Center (SCC) inmate cases, the California Department of Corrections reports 12 active prisoner cases, there are two correctional facilities in the state with more active Covid cases.
Tuolumne Public Health will be holding flu clinic events that will be available September 29th on myturn.ca.gov or call 209-533-7401 to make an appointment. Health authorities say walk-ins at drive thru clinics are invited but may experience longer wait times. The upcoming clinics are
Wednesday, October 6, 2021 9am to 12 pm, 1pm to 4pmSierra Bible Church– 15171 Tuolumne Rd, Sonora, CA 95370
Wednesday, October 13, 2021 1pm-4pmGroveland Library/Youth Center– 1890 Main St. Groveland, CA 95321
Tuesdays at the general public Health Department 8:30 -11:30 a.m. by consultation only20111 Cedar Rd N, Sonora, CA 95370
Dr. Tony Conte, a regional pediatrician shared his ideas on school starting and good sense information for 2021 in his blog site here.
Calaveras County Public Health reports 52 brand-new Covid cases considering that the other days report and 95 active cases up from 83 the other day. There are 9 new cases age 0-17 and 2 new cases in people age 65 years old or older.
COVID-19 Testing If you believe you have been exposed to COVID, schedule a visit to get evaluated 5 days after direct exposure. If you are having any signs, please get evaluated right away. Evaluating is also readily available through, some drug stores, at Rapid Care or the health center emergency situation department if you are experiencing any symptoms, or call your health care supplier.
COVID-19 Vaccines Vaccine appointments can be made at local pharmacies and through myturn.ca.gov or by calling 833-422-4255. Anyone 12 and older is qualified for a COVID vaccine, Pfizer is approved for anyone age 12 or over. As detailed here healthcare employees are required to be vaccinated by September 30. The Pfizer vaccine needs 3 weeks in between dosages and the Moderna requires 4 weeks. The J&J vaccine requires just one dose. Call or email with any concerns you may have Tuolumne is available at (209) 533-7440 Health@tuolumnecounty.ca.gov, Mariposa at (209) 259-1332 or email@example.com more numbers are offered on our COVID-19 vaccine page here.
Public Health continues to highly motivate everyone who is eligible to get vaccinated, as the most essential action to decrease the spread of disease and avoid serious illness and death, along with to minimize the effect on the healthcare system. In addition, the ongoing practice of other preventive actions like using a mask in public, keeping your distance, avoiding crowds, cleaning hands, and staying at home when sick will assist slow the spread of the infection. The vaccination rate for Tuolumne county is 54% of eligible people.
Health Officials detail, “Choosing to help the Public Health Department slow the spread of COVID-19 helps secure you, your family, and your neighborhood. All of us require to interact to slow the spread of COVID-19. We highly encourage everybody to be part of the service and answer the phone– it might be the health department contacting us to let you know your test outcome returned favorable for COVID-19, or that you have actually remained in close contact with somebody who has it.” For more details on contact tracing click on this link, for seclusion and quarantine information go here.
Mariposa County Public Health says “We have had a lot of questions around Vaccine Immunity vs. Natural Immunity, here are some fast realities– Both can supply some protection from infection (or reinfection with natural resistance), however the dangers of relying on a natural infection for immunity are substantial. This is not the case. The CDC definition of recovered for COVID-19 implies 24 hours have passed because the fever break without fever-reducing medications, and symptoms have actually enhanced, and at least 10 days have actually passed considering that the onset of signs.”
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Written by Sabrina Biehl.
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