117 New COVID Cases, 60 Hospitalized

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Wednesday’s numbers from Shasta County HHSA.

COVID-19 INCIDENT UPDATE: November 27, 2020
Statistics from November 25, 2020
INCIDENT FACTS AND SUMMARY
Total Confirmed Cases: 4,718

Hospitalized in Shasta County: 60

In Isolation:  536 (estimate)

Active Cases: 536 (estimate)

Confirmed Cases Wednesday: 117

Currently in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU): 11

In Quarantine: Thousands

Released from Isolation to Date: 4,075

Negative Tests Wednesday: 1,364

Negative Tests to Date: 83,021

Total Tests: 87,739

Deaths: 47

CURRENT SITUATION
• We had 117 cases on Wednesday, including 55 men, 59 women and 3 people of unknown gender:
6 children under age 13
9 teenagers
19 people in their 20s
14 people in their 30s
20 people in their 40s
20 people in their 50s
14 people in their 60s
7 people in their 70s
6 people in their 80s
2 people over age 89

As a health department, our goal is to ensure everyone in the county is safe and healthy — especially during challenging times like these. In Shasta County, we have come together and supported one another through wildfires and other hard times. We know that our essential workers have been hit especially hard by COVID. These essential jobs often carry a greater risk of exposure, so we must take steps to ensure our workers are protected. Our goal is to bring down the case rate and reduce the number of people who are exposed, sick, face long-term health consequences, or lose their lives from COVID while ensuring that we also support the economic well-being of all Shasta County residents. We need the whole community working together to bring down our case rate. Learn more about how you can help #stopthespread at www.ShastaReady.org.

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