Stanislas reports 2 COVID-19 deaths and 91 positive tests
Stanislaus County recorded 91 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, exceeding the rate that could help reopen the economy.
The count Health services agency has again announced two deaths, for a total of 976 residents since last spring.
Part of the state’s relaxation of rules means new cases average 55 per day or less. Stanislas did it with 42 Tuesday and 43 Monday.
The county now has a total of 51,839 positive tests, 482,129 negative test results and 50,179 people believed to be cured.
Hospital cases: The county’s five hospitals remained at 100 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday. The winter tally hit a low of 78 on March 6 and topped 300 in early January. Staffed intensive care beds available for adults were at 13, up from seven on Tuesday.
Positive rates: At the state dashboard On Wednesday, where numbers reflect the day before, the county had a positive rate of 8.04%, down from 4.36% the day before. The seven-day rolling rate was 6.01%, compared to 6.14%. The 14-day rate was 6.27%, the same as the day before.
According to Los Angeles Times Daily tracker showed, the county is sixth among 58 counties in new cases in the past seven days. It ranks 16th among deaths in the past seven days.
Vaccines: As of Wednesday, 121,870 doses of the coronavirus vaccine were attributed to the county of Stanislas, unchanged for several days. This includes 62,257 doses to health care providers and 59,613 to public health.
The schedule of the public vaccination clinic for this week:
▪ Thursday, Modesto: 9 am-5pm, Modesto Center Plaza, 1000 L St. Second dose of Pfizer.
▪ Thursday, Waterford: 10 am-3pm, Waterford Community Center, 540 C St. Moderna first doses.
▪ Friday, Turlock: 9 am-5pm, Geer Road entrance at Stanislaus State University. Single doses of Johnson & Johnson.
▪ Friday, Patterson: 9 am-5pm, Hammon Senior Center, 1003 W. Las Palmas Ave. First doses of Moderna.
▪ Friday, Oakdale: 9 am-4pm, Gladys Lemmons Senior Center, 450 East A St. First and second doses of Moderna.
▪ Saturday, Modesto: 9 am-5pm, Modesto Center Plaza, 1000 L St. First doses of Pfizer.
California administered 13,161,027 vaccines on Wednesday, up from 12,686,451 on Tuesday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tracker. The state ranks 36th in the country, having administered 33,309 doses per 100,000 population. Alaska ranks first, Georgia 50th among states.
It is important to note that if you have been partially or fully vaccinated, wearing a mask and following all safety precautions such as social distancing are still recommended by the doctor. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Additionally, those who have had COVID-19 still need to be vaccinated.
Case demographics: Here is the breakdown of positive tests in Stanislaus County on Wednesday:
- 53.6% are women
- 46.4% male
- 8.4% are 14 years old or younger
- 16.4% are between 15 and 24 years old
- 19.3% are between 25 and 34 years old
- 17.2% are between 35 and 44 years old
- 14.8% are 45 to 54 years old
- 12.1% are between 55 and 64 years old
- 6.6% are between 65 and 74 years old
- 3.4% are between 75 and 84 years old
- 1.9% are 85 years or older.
- Despite making up 47% of the population, Latinos accounted for 63.7% of positive cases.
- Modesto has 19,202 positive cases
- Turlock a 7,018
- Ceres has 5,311
- Patterson at 2,486
- Riverbank has 2,401
- Oakdale has 1714
- Newman has 1,146
- Waterford a 627
- Hughson a 573
- Surveillance district 3 has 2,693
- District 5 has 2,481
- District 2 has 2,154
- District 1 has 1,215
- District 4 has 408
Here’s a look at the numbers from neighboring counties through Wednesday:
As of Thursday morning, there were 3,631,320 confirmed cases in California and 56,987 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. There have been 29,608,162 cases in the United States and 538,093 deaths.
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