Kolaverus reports nine new cases of COVID-19, three under the age of 17

San Andreas, CA – Calaveras Public Health officials have reported nine new positive cases of coronavirus, three of which are under 17 years of age.

Additional cases include a woman and two men who are between 0 and 17 years old, four women and one male between 18 and 49 years of age and one male over 65 years of age. Four cases were reported in District 1, including San. Andreas and Valley Springs. The 2 districts that cover Mokelumne Hill, West Point and the Mountain Wrench area, and District 3, including the communities of Engels Camp and the Copperopolis, had one case each. District 5, which includes Milton, Jenny Lind and Rancho Calaveras, had three cases registered. Contract tracing is under investigation.

“We must continue to do our part to ensure that we are on the path to recovery. As we wait for new treatments and a vaccine, there are tasks that people can do now that we know work, ”Dr. Said Dr. Calletta, Calaveras County Health Officer. “Recovery is something we all want to see as soon as possible. We can achieve this when local businesses and our community work together to keep each other safe and sound. This means covering the face, testing, washing your hands, often staying indoors if you are ill, and practicing physical distance. “Dr. Kelita said.

Currently, COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the county and one death has been reported. There are 27 active cases and 80 have been recovered. Public health officials say that from today they will not give the total number of people tested in the county. Instead, only the final 14-day trial number will be provided, as they say, “The move aligns with the county data monitoring system put into action by the California Department of Public Health.” Closely monitoring COVID-19 in Calaveras County will help keep the public informed and ready when restrictions are needed to slow the spread of COVID-19. “


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