COVID-19 Regional Report Wednesday
Public Health is reporting 23 new neighborhood cases and 2 new Sierra Conservation Center inmate cases. Public Health notes one individuals case has actually been transferred to their home jurisdiction and was removed from Tuolumnes case count.
Tuolumne Testing The State screening site, presently at Tuolumne Memorial Hall, will start operations 7 days a week starting this Friday, August 13th, from 7 AM to 7 PM..
The site is in the process of being transferred back to the Mother Lode Fairgrounds in Sonora and is prepared to start operating there on Wednesday, Aug. 18th.
Due to increased demand, consultations need to be made rather than walking in. Consultations can be scheduled at www.lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling 888-634-1123. Checking is likewise readily available through Rapid Care or the hospital emergency situation department if you are experiencing any symptoms, or contact your healthcare supplier.
Tuolumne Report Continues The overall current case rate, a 14-day rolling average for Tuolumne County is 47.8 per 100,000 population, as kept in mind in the Board of Supervisors conference today here it is double the state average case rate of California. The case rate for vaccinated individuals is 13.6 and for unvaccinated is 71.8. Tuolumne County Health Director Michelle Jachetta mentioned about 1/3 of Adventist Health Sonora beds are being made use of by COVID patients, and it is putting a strain on the local health care system. The countys public building closures are here.
The gender and age breakdown for the 35 neighborhood cases is; 1 woman and 1 male age 0-11, 2 females and 3 males age 12-17, 1 woman and 2 males age 18-29, 1 woman and 1 male age 30-39, 3 females and 1 male age 40-49, 3 females and 1 male age 50-59, 2 males age 60-69, and 1 female age 80 to 89.
2 of the brand-new cases were immunized with Pfizer. Out of 706 cases, because June 15 when the very first immunized person was reported to have a break-through Covid infection, 68 total have been determined; 36 Moderna, 21 Pfizer, 5 J&J, 2 not identified and 2 others partly immunized.
A total of 21,987 Tuolumne citizens are fully vaccinated and 3,573 are partially vaccinated. The vaccination rate is 52% of eligible individuals in Tuolumne, those age 12 and older.
The California department of corrections reports 89 active cases at the Sierra Conservation Center (SCC). An overall of 68% of the 3,310 inmates the jail handles, which includes all southern fire camps, are totally vaccinated and 1,470 inmate cases have been dealt with. There have actually been no deaths of any prisoners due to Coivd-19.
Calaveras County Public Health is reporting 27 new cases because the other day, 123 active cases, and 3 active hospitalizations. 3 of the cases are age 0-17 and there are six brand-new cases in people 65 years and older. Because the pandemic began they have had 270 Covid-19 positive individuals who are 17 and under and 490 Covid-19 positive people 65 and over. Calaverass greatest active cases peaked at 123 throughout the very first COVID-19 rise in December/January.
Mariposa Public Health reports 9 brand-new cases, 71 active cases, and four hospitalizations. Mariposas highest active case count from the previous surge was 54 on January 4th.
Public Health continues to strongly encourage everybody who is eligible to get immunized, as the most crucial action to decrease the spread of illness and avoid severe illness and death. Public Health stated on August 9 they got 8 results from Whole Genome Sequencing of COVID test samples and all results were the Delta Variant. No even more information were launched.
Vaccine visits can be made at regional pharmacies and through myturn.ca.gov or by calling 833-422-4255. Anyone 12 and older is eligible for the COVID vaccine, Pfizer is authorized for children ages 12 to 17. If you have questions about MyTurn and the registration procedure, call Tuolumne Public Health at 533-7440 or email Health@tuolumnecounty.ca.gov.
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Composed by Sabrina Biehl.
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Public Health is reporting 23 new community cases and 2 new Sierra Conservation Center prisoner cases. Public Health keeps in mind one individuals case has been transferred to their home jurisdiction and was removed from Tuolumnes case count.
Calaveras County Public Health is reporting 27 new cases considering that the other day, 123 active cases, and three active hospitalizations. Three of the cases are age 0-17 and there are six new cases in people 65 years and older. Mariposa Public Health reports 9 brand-new cases, 71 active cases, and 4 hospitalizations.