39 new COVID-19 cases in Tulum and 31 new cases in Calaveras
Vaccination status and hospitalization information from August 1 – September 3, 2021 from Adventist Health Sonora
Tulum Public Health 39 new COVID-19 cases reported since yesterday’s report and 248 active cases including 13 hospitalized cases. The current total case rate, which is a 14-day average in Tuolumne County, is 51.4 per 100,000 residents from 50.9 yesterday. A total of 4,236 have been released from isolation after testing positive for COVID-19, 248 are currently active, and there have been 99 deaths and 1,619 incarcerated cases for a total of 6,202 cases.
Newly reported cases include 5 cases aged 15 years or younger and 2 cases 60 years of age or older. The division of gender and age is; 3 girls and 5 boys, aged 0-11, 2 girls and 5 boys, aged 12-17, 3 women and 6 men, aged 18-29, 4 women, aged 30-39, and a woman 1 and 3 men aged 40-49 years, 3 women and 6 men. Two men aged 50-59, one woman aged 60-69, and one man aged 70-79.
Of the 39 new community cases, 37 were unvaccinated and 2 were vaccinated. There are no new inmate cases at the Sierra Conservation Center (SCC), the California Department of Corrections has reported 9 active inmate cases, and there are three correctional facilities in the state with more active Covid cases.
Calaveras County Public Health It has reported 31 new Covid cases since yesterday’s report and 119 active cases, the most the county has seen since the start of the pandemic. Active cases include 3 current hospital admissions of Covid. There are 7 new cases aged 0-17 and 6 new cases in individuals 65 years of age or older. Since the pandemic began, calaverase has had 477 people with Covid-19 aged 17 or younger and 579 people with Covid-19 aged 65 and over.
Mariposa County Public Health There are 18 new Covid cases since yesterday, 78 active cases and 11 hospitalization. public health teaIt took time to review some status information from Delta Wave, from July 15 to September 15 that brought 470 new COVID-19 cases. They say “That’s half of all the cases we had during the entire pandemic. We are also sad to share that we have seen 5 deaths during this time. We continue to see that the vast majority of cases were of non-immunized individuals and of the total of 23 hospitalized during this wave, only 3 were fully vaccinated. Another trend we are seeing from this latest wave is the increase in cases of young people. Compared to the previous 13.5 months, we are seeing double the number of cases in young people under 12 and nearly 3.5 times as many cases in young people aged 12-17.”
COVID-19 test Beginning Sunday, September 19, 2021, the Tuolumne County state testing site at Mother Lode Fairgrounds will add an additional testing track that will increase the number of appointments available each day. If you think you have been exposed to COVID, make an appointment to get tested 5 days after exposure. If you experience any symptoms, please get tested immediately. The state testing site is open 7 days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Mother Load Fairgrounds. Appointments should be set rather than walked on. Appointments can be made at www.lhi.care/covidtesting Or by calling 888-634-1123. The test is also available through, some pharmacies, at Rapid Care or a hospital emergency department if you have any symptoms, or contact your health care provider.
COVID-19 Vaccines Vaccination appointments can be made in and through local pharmacies myturn.ca.gov Or by calling 833-422-4255. Anyone 12 years of age or older is eligible for the COVID vaccine, and Pfizer is approved for anyone 12 years of age or older. as Detailed here Healthcare workers must be vaccinated by September 30. The Pfizer vaccine requires 3 weeks between doses and the Moderna vaccine requires 4 weeks. The J&J vaccine requires only one dose. Call or email for any questions you may have Tuolumne at (209) 533-7440 Health@tuolumnecounty.ca.gov, Mariposa at (209) 259-1332, or email@example.com More numbers are available on our website The COVID-19 vaccine page is here.
Public Health continues to strongly encourage everyone who is eligible to be vaccinated, as a most important step to reduce the spread of disease and prevent serious illness and death, as well as to reduce the impact on the health care system. In addition, the constant practice of other preventive measures such as wearing a mask in public places, staying away from you, avoiding crowds, washing hands, and staying home when sick will help slow the spread of the virus. Tulum County’s vaccination rate is 54% of eligible persons.
Health officials detail, “Choosing to help the Department of Public Health slow the spread of COVID-19 helps protect you, your family, and your community. We all need to work together to slow the spread of COVID-19. We strongly encourage everyone to be part of the solution and answer the phone—may The call is from the Department of Health to let you know that your test result has tested positive for COVID-19, or that you have been in close contact with someone who has . . . ” for more information about Contact Tracking Click HereAnd For isolation and quarantine information, go here.
Mariposa County Public Health says: “We’ve had a lot of questions about vaccine immunity versus natural immunity, and here are some quick facts—both can provide some protection from infection (or re-infection with natural immunity), but the risks of relying on a natural contagion For great immunity. Learn more about the long-term risks of The infection is here.” Also regarding Long COVID they say, “This resource Helps tackle all post-COVID cases, including the long-term COVID. It’s important to know that everyone will experience and deal with long-term illness differently, so it’s a good idea to follow up with your primary care provider. There is a common misconception that the phrase “recovered” means that someone is completely healthy. This is not the case. Indeed, in a medical sense, death can be considered a “cure”. The CDC’s definition of recovery from COVID-19 means that 24 hours have passed since fever broke without fever-reducing medications, symptoms improved, and at least 10 days have passed since symptoms appeared.”
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