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2 Deaths and 145 New Cases Tuesday and Wednesday

Newest numbers from Shasta County HHSA.

COVID-19 INCIDENT UPDATE: November 12, 2020
Statistics from November 10 and 11, 2020
INCIDENT FACTS AND SUMMARY
Total Confirmed Cases: 2,816

Hospitalized in Shasta County: 31

In Isolation: 116

Active Cases 147

Confirmed Cases Tuesday and Wednesday: 83 Tuesday, 62 Wednesday

Currently in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU): 4

In Quarantine: 336

Released from Isolation to Date: 2,633

Negative Tests Tuesday and Wednesday: 1,109

Negative Tests to Date: 71,098

Total Tests: 73.914

Deaths: 36

CURRENT SITUATION
• We had a total of 145 new cases on Tuesday and Wednesday, including 55 men and 90 women:
4 children under age 13
6 teenagers
30 people in their 20s
38 people in their 30s
23 people in their 40s
15 people in their 50s
13 people in their 60s
12 people in their 70s
2 people in their 80s
2 people older than 89
• We are sorry to have to report two deaths today. They were a man in his 80s and a man in his 60s.
• This report includes an adjustment to our total case numbers, as we have been conducting case investigations to correct reported cases that were duplicates/previously reported, out-of-county records, or people who were previously counted but later turned out to not be a case.


• The above graphic shows how quickly one person can spread COVID-19, even if they just have close contact with a few people. We must wear masks and keep our distance, even with people we know well.
• This pandemic has altered our way of life and we have all made sacrifices, which has helped slow the spread of COVID-19 in our state. Many of us feel exhausted, fatigued or impatient, but cases continue to increase, so we must work together to stay the course. There are ways to continue to do many of the things we love, but modify them to reduce risk for ourselves and those around us.
• Businesses and employers should promote alternative worksite options, such as teleworking, where possible, to reduce exposures to COVID-19. Where telework options are not feasible, worker safety measures should continue to be scaled up to reduce possible worksite exposures.

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