Health officials reported three additional COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, bringing the Covid 19 Warrior Symbol Emt Est 2020 Vaccine limited Shirt number to 73 since the start of the pandemic. The most recent patient is a woman over 70 years old, a man 80 years old, and a woman over 89 years old.
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Outside Shasta County, Modoc County reported the first COVID-19 death from the pandemic. That person is a resident of a skilled nursing facility. County officials did not release any other information about the incident. The death came about two weeks after the Modoc Medical Center announced that it’s Warnerview professional nursing facility had a majority of the Covid 19 Warrior Symbol Emt Est 2020 Vaccine limited Shirt infected population and had COVID-positive staff at work.
On the first day of COVID-19 vaccination for the elderly at the Orange County Convention Center, officials made a major change that would open the site to more people. Staff and residents at Pioneer Ridge Health & Rehab were selected to receive COVID-19 on Tuesday, according to a skilled nursing facility.
On Monday, the Covid 19 Warrior Symbol Emt Est 2020 Vaccine limited Shirt hospital said in its newsletter that 1,192 of its staff were still awaiting vaccinations. Among those employees, more than 50 were in direct contact with COVID-19 patients in the hospital and more than 100 who worked in clinics were likely to be exposed, the update said. Douglas County reported 6,371 COVID-19 infections as of Tuesday, up 79 since Monday.
The county has an average of 43 new cases per day for the past 14 days, according to a 14-day moving average chart updated by the health department. The current average is 42.79 new cases per day, down from a recent high of 77 cases per day in mid-November and up from the recent low of 17 cases per day in mid-October. Douglas County has a 14-day incidence of COVID-19 of 483 per 100,000 people. 28 patients at Lawrence Hospital had COVID-19 on Tuesday, more than twice as many as Monday. So far, 32 Douglas County residents have died from COVID-19.