Quad County, COVID-19 Thursday update: 1 Carson City death, 38 new cases, 23 recoveries | Carson City Nevada News – tech2.org

Quad County, COVID-19 Thursday update: 1 Carson City death, 38 new cases, 23 recoveries | Carson City Nevada News


Carson City Health and Human Services is reporting an additional death on Thursday, November 5, 2020, due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County area. The person was a resident of the city of Carson. CCHHS is also reporting 38 new cases in the Quad-County area and 23 additional recoveries of COVID-19. This brings the total number to 1,999 cases with 1,783 recoveries and 29 deaths; 190 cases remain active.

Carson City
-871 Total Cases (11/4 to 4)

-102 Active (11/4 to +9)
-759 recovered (11/4 to +14)
-10 deaths (11/4 to +1)

Douglas County
-450 Total (11/4 to +5)
-30 active (11/4 to +1)
-418 recovered (11/4 to +4)
-2 deaths (11/4 to +0)

Lyon county
653 total (11/4 to +8)
-54 active (11/4 to +3)
-585 recovered (11/4 to +5)
-14 deaths (11/4 to +0)

Storey county
-25 total (11/4 to +1)
-4 Active (11/4 to +1)
-21 seizures (11/4 to +0)

complete
-1,999 total cases (11/4 to +38)
-190 active cases (11/4 to +14)
-1783 recovered (13:11 to 11/4)
-26 deaths (11/4 to +1)

The breakdown of gender and age of cases by county as well as cases by zip code is available at https://gethealthycarsoncity.org/novel-coronavirus-2019/.

Statewide numbers can be viewed on the Nevada Health Response website: https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov

Change quad-county COVID-19 daily update
Due to the increasing number of daily cases, CCHHS will no longer provide specific details about each individual case. From Monday, October 26, CCHHS will only report on the number of new cases, recoveries and deaths for each county.

Drive-through flu vaccination and COVID-19 testing for quad-county residents
This week there are more drive-through flu vaccination and COVID-19 testing programs for quad-county residents. For convenience, CCHHS is contracted for most insurance bills. Without insurance we ask for a $ 20 administration fee; However, no one will go away for their inability to pay. CCHHS is not contracted with TriCare or trade unions. The test is free of charge; First come, first served, no appointment or reservation.

CCHHS will continue to offer combination flu vaccination and COVID-19 testing programs for quad-county residents throughout the month of November. Go here to see the list of events in November.

– There will be a drive-through test at Mills Park Seeley Loop on Friday, 2 to 4 pm. Close Saliman Road.

For those experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have questions, call the Quad-County COVID-19 Hotline on Monday, Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Spanish speakers are available. The phone number is (775) 283-4789.

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