185 New COVID Cases Sunday & Monday, 47 in Their 20s

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Data for Sunday & Monday from Shasta County Health & Human Services.

COVID-19 INCIDENT UPDATE: November 17, 2020
Statistics from November 15 and 16, 2020
INCIDENT FACTS AND SUMMARY
Total Confirmed Cases: 3,483

Hospitalized in Shasta County: 26

In Isolation: *

Active Cases: *

Confirmed Cases Sunday and Monday: 110 Sunday, 75 Monday

Currently in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU): 3

In Quarantine: *

Released from Isolation to Date: *

Negative Tests Sunday and Monday: 654

Negative Tests to Date: 75,108

Total Tests: 78,591

Deaths: 36

CURRENT SITUATION
• We had a total of 185 new cases on Sunday and Monday, including 84 men and 101 women:
8 children under age 13
12 teenagers
47 people in their 20s
33 people in their 30s
21 people in their 40s
23 people in their 50s
21 people in their 60s
10 people in their 70s
7 people in their 80s
3 people over age 89

• *Due to high case counts and delays in lab reporting, public health is unable to provide timely education to all COVID-19 cases in our community, and therefore, we do not have an accurate count of people who are on isolation or quarantine. People who test positive should self-isolate and notify their close contacts. Instructions can be found at ShastaReady.org under “Quarantine and Isolation.”

• A negative test is not required for someone who has been on isolation or quarantine to return to work. If  you have had symptoms, you may return to work or school when at least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared, AND at least 24 hours have passed with no fever (without use of fever-reducing medications), AND other symptoms have improved. If you never develop symptoms, you may return to work or school 10 days after the date of your first positive test. If you were a close contact, you may return to work or school 14 days after your last exposure. Please do not return to work or school until you reach the end of your isolation or quarantine period, even if you have no symptoms.

• The state guidance that describes what can be open now and what modifications are required is listed on ShastaReady.org under “Roadmap to Recovery,” and it is grouped by industry.

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