SLO County reports death of 12th person with COVID-19 – KSBY San Luis Obispo News

San Luis Obispo County is reporting that a 12th county resident who checked favorable for COVID-19 has actually died.
Health authorities state the patient remained in their 80s and lived at Vineyard Hills Health Center where there has been an outbreak of COVID-19 amongst homeowners and personnel.
The knowledgeable nursing center in Templeton has actually had an overall of four citizens and one former resident die after contracting the virus. 2 of those deaths were reported on Tuesday.
The Public Health Department states it is working with the owner of the facility, Compass Health, to stop the spread of infection and avoid a bigger outbreak. That reportedly consists of seclusion of those who are continuous and sick screening.
San Luis Obispo County likewise reported 21 brand-new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the countys total to 1,710 validated cases as of July 29.
Thirteen individuals are hospitalized, including 4 patients who are in the ICU.
Another 381 people are recuperating in the house, and 1,304 people have recuperated.
San Luis Obispo County has had a total of 12 deaths credited to COVID-19.

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Health authorities say 484 cases, or about 28% of the countys overall, are the result of the client having direct contact with a person who evaluated positive for the infection; 406 cases are credited to community spread; and, 127 cases are the outcome of travel outside the county. Another 693 cases are still under examination.
Breakdown of cases by area:

Paso Robles – 431
Nipomo – 239

Templeton – 63
Oceano – 48

California Mens Colony inmates – 11

An extra 38 cases remain in neighborhoods with less than 5 cases, and the Public Health Department is not recognizing those areas. The location of 13 cases is noted as “under examination.”
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