Press release from the Humboldt County Joint Information:
Humboldt Countys COVID-19 case count now stands at 236. A total of 3 new cases have actually been reported because Friday.
Daily, regular monthly and weekly information sets on the Humboldt County COVID-19 Data Dashboard have been upgraded to reflect the most current details readily available. Some highlights include:
Cases have increased by 7.27 percent considering that last Monday.
The case doubling time is 46 days.
The 20-29 age group represented the biggest weekly increase in cases with 11 new infections reported.
The cumulative rate of verified cases per 100,000 locals is 174, lower than the state rate of 1,275 and 1,419 cases per 100,000 locals nationally.
The mean age of all local cases is 38.
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Symptoms of COVID-19 range from cough and headache to muscle pains and chest pain. About one in 20 regional individuals who have checked positive report no symptoms at all, according to the most current data. Humboldt County Health Officer Dr. Teresa Frankovich said due to the fact that an individual cant always tell when somebody has actually COVID, physical distancing, facial coverings and not collecting with those who live outside of ones family are even more important.
“I d motivate county homeowners to continue staying house as much as possible. For individuals who cant remain house, wearing facial coverings, keeping physical distancing and avoiding gatherings are the finest avoidance tools we have.
= historical information. All data from the Humboldt County Joint Information Center.
Signs of COVID-19 variety from cough and headache to muscle aches and chest discomfort. However, about one in 20 regional individuals who have evaluated positive report no signs at all, according to the most recent data. Humboldt County Health Officer Dr. Teresa Frankovich said because an individual cant necessarily tell when someone has COVID, physical distancing, facial coverings and not collecting with those who live beyond ones family are a lot more crucial.
” Viruses require to find individuals in order to spread out. Its really that simple,” Dr. Frankovich stated. “I d motivate county locals to continue staying home as much as possible. For individuals who cant remain house, using facial coverings, preserving physical distancing and avoiding events are the very best avoidance tools we have. Preventing non-essential travel is also seriously crucial. If we can disrupt transmission from one individual to another, we can significantly reduce the spread of COVID in our community.”
Todays alert level stands at 3 or level orange. Check out humboldtgov.org/dashboard to view the countys Alert Level Assessment tool.
For the most recent COVID-19 details, check out cdc.gov or cdph.ca.gov. Regional details is offered at humboldtgov.org or throughout business hours by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 707-441-5000.