Regional Covid-19 report Monday
Tuolumne County – Tuolumne Public Health reports that its ongoing investigations have confirmed that two additional COVID-related deaths occurred in January, an 80-year-old man and a 90-year-old woman. They also report that an investigation into the death of a woman in her 90s who had been released from isolation is now also a confirmed COVID-related death. In total, since Friday, Tuolumne County has added six new community cases; two saturday and four today. The new cases are a boy aged 17 or younger, a woman aged 18 to 29, a woman and a man aged 50 to 59, a man aged 80 to 89, and a woman over 90. Five people have been released from isolation, there are currently no cases. hospitalized.
Tuolumne County has a total of 4,014 cases divided by 2,598 community cases and Sierra Conservation Center (SCC) inmate cases remain at 1,416. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation reports that SCC has no active COVID-19 inmates currently in prison today. The total number of community cases released from isolation is 2,524 and the total number of tests administered is 78,582. The county reports 24,657 doses of vaccines administered in Tuolumne.
Calaveras County – Calaveras Public Health reports another death for a total of 51 deaths from COVID-19 since the pandemic began. There are five new COVID-19 cases on its report as of Friday with the county’s total cases at 1,972 and active cases dropping from six to 10. Recoveries increased from nine to 1,911. The report has no active COVID-19 hospitalizations. In total there have been 911 men, 1,043 women, and 18 non-gender reported infected with COVID-19. The total number of people over 65 identified with COVID increased by one to a total of 434 since the pandemic began.
Vaccines: Tuolumne Public Health will vaccinate people 45 and older with the Pfizer vaccine, in addition to other eligible groups tomorrow, March 23.rd. If you are eligible and able to do so tomorrow, fill out their inquiry form online or call them at 533-7440 right away. They encourage those who are eligible to receive the COVID vaccine as soon as it is available to them. You can also email [email protected] High-risk health conditions listed here, those in the following sectors are also state approved: foster / resource parents, transit / transportation, public services, those who work with the homeless population, and high-risk congregated settings such as shelters and detention facilities. In addition, they continue with those of Phase 1A and 1B; education and childcare, emergency services, and food and agriculture. Our vaccine information page is here.
Tests: The Mother Lode Fairgrounds test site will be open Sunday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. M. A 7 p. M., Closed on Fridays and Saturdays. The Groveland site is located at the Youth Center, 18950 Hwy 120 on Thursdays from 7 a.m. M. A 7 p. M. Individuals can select the site location when making their appointment at www.lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling 888-634-1123. More details, including Calaveras trial dates, are on our event calendar here.
State plan to reopen: As reported here, Tuolumne is on the Red Level along with Calaveras. The state conducts the assessments on Tuesday. The data and tier assignments released this week are based on the week ending March 6 with a case rate of 4.1 and a test positivity rate of 1.3. More tier level details are on our Coronavirus page here.
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|Infectious mononucleosis 3/22||17||0||982||4|
|For other statistics at the county level, see our page here.|