Press release from the Humboldt County Joint Information Center:
Eighty-eight extra cases of COVID-19 have actually been reported because Friday, giving 1,102 the overall variety of county citizens who have actually checked positive for the infection. Five new hospitalizations also were reported because Friday.
The daily, month-to-month and weekly datasets on the Humboldt County Data Dashboard have been upgraded. Some highlights include:
The county has actually seen a 21% increase in cases from recently.
The 20-29 age represents the biggest portion of local cases at 27.6%. The 30-39 age is the next greatest at 20.3%. Practically 64% of local cases are 39 or under..
The case doubling time stands at 31 days. Since the county verified its very first case on Feb. 20, it has taken 291 days to reach 1,102 cases. At the current rate of infection, it would take an approximated 31 days to add an additional 1,102 cases..
The 20-29 age group represents the largest percentage of local cases at 27.6%. The case doubling time stands at 31 days. Considering that the county verified its very first case on Feb. 20, it has taken 291 days to reach 1,102 cases. Humboldt County Deputy Health Officer Dr. Josh Ennis stated, “Weve all heard about exponential growth, and we are flirting dangerously with it and could already be there.
Humboldt County Deputy Health Officer Dr. Josh Ennis said, “Weve all heard about exponential development, and we are flirting dangerously with it and could already be there. Dr. Ennis added that now is the time to act.
For the most recent COVID-19 info, see cdc.gov or cdph.ca.gov. Local details is readily available at humboldtgov.org or throughout business hours by getting in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 707-441-5000..
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= historical data. All data from the Humboldt County Joint Information.
Data from CalREDIE. Zip codes not noted have experienced 5 cases or less. Zip code populations from the American Community Survey, 2018.