Erie County returns to CDC’s “high risk” category of COVID-19 transmission – WIVB.com – News 4

On Friday, 198 new cases were validated by the Erie County Department of Health– an overall of 962 cases in the past 7 days. There have actually been 101 brand-new cases per 100,000 Erie County citizens over the previous 7 days.

COVID-19 patients on August 19: Erie Co. medical facilities had 82 clients (down 3): 16 in the ICU, 8 on a respiratory tract assist. 2 passed away and 57% of the patients were aged 64 and under. pic.twitter.com/EUAty8BHaf— Erie County Department of Health (@ECDOH) August 21, 2021

(WIVB)– Erie County has actually returned to the CDCs “high danger” category of community COVID-19 transmission, Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz tweeted Saturday.

After a number of moths of being in the “low danger,” then “moderate threat” and just recently “substantial threat” classifications, Erie County has actually gone back to the CDCs “high risk” of neighborhood COVID-19 transmission category. https://t.co/xVpA7byZtU— Mark Poloncarz (@markpoloncarz) August 21, 2021

According to the Erie County Department of Health, as of Thursday, Erie County health centers had 82 COVID-19 clients, consisting of 16 in the ICU and 8 on a respiratory tract help. 2 died and 57 percent of the clients were 64 and under.

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