10 deaths, 1,120 new COVID-19 cases reported Wednesday morning | News – The Bakersfield Californian

Ten more individuals have actually died and more than 1,000 brand-new cases of coronavirus in Kern County were reported Wednesday early morning, as cases continue a rapid climb locally..
Overall deaths has actually now reached 115 in Kern and cases now surpass 11,000. The variety of people checked is approaching 110,000 out of a countywide population of 900,000.
In addition, regional medical facilities took in another 32 COVID-19 patients in a 48-hour duration from Sunday to Tuesday, according to a state hospitalization tracker.

Why are cases increasing so much?.
That watchlist states: “The likely drivers of raised disease transmission consist of: 1) An exponential growth of screening Kern County locals; 2) Transmission in Skilled Nursing Facilities, jails and other congregate facilities; 3) Household contacts and social gatherings among different families.”.
County officials said earlier today that the number of individuals evaluated began to rapidly increase earlier this month.
An epidemiologist from UC Irvine, Andrew Noymer, stated the development is what ultimately happens in a significantly growing pandemic, where the rate of boost is proportional to the size of the number of cases.

In current weeks, the daily variety of new cases was hovering around 100 to 150 each day but on Saturday they hit simply under 500 and the number has actually increased every day ever since.
On Tuesday, Kern was included back on the states watchlist of counties that are going beyond certain COVID-19 metrics.