Placer County added to California’s COVID-19 watchlist – KCRA Sacramento

THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA HAS NOW HAD MORE THAN 292,000 CONFIRMED CASES OF CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 HAS BEEN BLAMED FOR 6724 DEATHS. THAT NUMBER INCLUDES A BACKLOG OF CASES, MOSTLY FROM LOS ANGELES COUNTY. YESTERDAYS NUMBERS WILL BE RELEASED LATER T.

Placer County added to Californias COVID-19 watchlist.

Upgraded: 8:40 PM PDT Jul 9, 2020.

Second County was added to Californias COVID-19 watchlist on Thursday, according to the California Department of Public Health.The county was included to the list because its hospitalization rate and hospital capability does not fulfill threshold criteria, state data shows.Placer County saw a 36.4% increase in its 3-day COVID-19 hospitalization average and has 19.6% of ICU beds available. If the County remains on the list for 3 consecutive days, some organisations will be needed by the State to close indoor operations for a minimum of 3 weeks,” officials stated in the statement.County authorities are advising the following companies to prepare to move to outdoor operations: dine-in restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, family entertainment centers, motion picture theaters, zoos, museums and cardrooms.On Tuesday, Placer County Health Director Dr. Aimee Sisson stated Placer County has actually seen a recent surge in cases. As of today, our local case rate stands at 101.4 per 100,000 citizens,” Sisson informed the county board of managers Tuesday night.As of Thursday, there are 28 counties on the states COVID-19 watchlist.

Placer County was included to Californias COVID-19 watchlist on Thursday, according to the California Department of Public Health.The county was added to the list because its hospitalization rate and healthcare facility capacity does not satisfy threshold requirements, state data shows.Placer County saw a 36.4% boost in its 3-day COVID-19 hospitalization average and has 19.6% of ICU beds offered. The state thresholds for the classifications is greater than a 10% boost and less than 20% availability, respectively.As of Thursday, Placer County Public Health reports 993 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 11 virus-related deaths.” Placer County has actually been put on the States COVID-19 Monitoring List as of July 9. If the County remains on the list for three successive days, some businesses will be needed by the State to close indoor operations for a minimum of three weeks,” officials said in the statement.County authorities are advising the following organisations to prepare to move to outdoor operations: dine-in dining establishments, wineries and tasting rooms, family home entertainment centers, film theaters, zoos, museums and cardrooms.On Tuesday, Placer County Health Director Dr. Aimee Sisson said Placer County has seen a recent rise in cases. As of today, our regional case rate stands at 101.4 per 100,000 citizens,” Sisson informed the county board of managers Tuesday night.As of Thursday, there are 28 counties on the states COVID-19 watchlist.

Second County saw a 36.4% boost in its 3-day COVID-19 hospitalization average and has 19.6% of ICU beds offered. The state limits for the classifications is greater than a 10% increase and less than 20% schedule, respectively.
As of Thursday, Placer County Public Health reports 993 verified COVID-19 cases and 11 virus-related deaths. The county states there are 29 COVID-19 clients in the medical facility and three cases in the ICU.
In a Facebook post, the Placer County officials launched a statement about being contributed to the list.
” Placer County has actually been positioned on the States COVID-19 Monitoring List as of July 9. If the County stays on the list for 3 successive days, some services will be required by the State to close indoor operations for a minimum of 3 weeks,” authorities stated in the statement.
County officials are prompting the following services to prepare to move to outside operations: dine-in restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, household entertainment centers, cinema, zoos, cardrooms and museums.
On Tuesday, Placer County Health Director Dr. Aimee Sisson said Placer County has actually seen a recent surge in cases.
” On June 7, Placers 14 days case rate was 25 per 100,000 locals. As of today, our local case rate stands at 101.4 per 100,000 locals,” Sisson informed the county board of managers Tuesday night.
Since Thursday, there are 28 counties on the states COVID-19 watchlist.

ROSEVILLE, Calif.–.
Placer County was contributed to Californias COVID-19 watchlist on Thursday, according to the California Department of Public Health.
The county was included to the list due to the fact that its hospitalization rate and hospital capability does not fulfill threshold criteria, state information shows.