245 New Cases, Shasta Exceeds Purple Tier Limit

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Newest numbers from Shasta County Health & Human Services.

COVID-19 INCIDENT UPDATE: November 30, 2020
Statistics from November 26, 27 and 28, 2020
Total Confirmed Cases: 4,963

Hospitalized in Shasta County: 56

In Isolation: 328 (estimate)

Active Cases: 384 (estimate)

Confirmed Cases Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 127 Thursday, 60 Friday, 58 Saturday

Currently in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU): 10

In Quarantine: Thousands

Released from Isolation to Date: 4,532

Negative Tests Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 1,276

Negative Tests to Date: 84,297

Total Tests: 89,260

Deaths: 47

• We had a total of 245 cases on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, including 109 men, 132 women and 4 people of unknown gender:
2 children under age 13
26 teenagers
42 people in their 20s
40 people in their 30s
33 people in their 40s
44 people in their 50s
31 people in their 60s
18 people in their 70s
4 people in their 80s
4 people over age 89
1 person of unknown age

Shasta County remains in the purple (“widespread”) tier. Our adjusted case rate increased from 33.8 to 39.8 daily cases per 100,000 residents, exceeding the purple tier limit of 7.0. The actual case rate is 62.9, but it was adjusted down because the county’s per capita testing volume is higher than the state average. Our positivity rate increased from 9.1% to 9.7%. The purple tier begins at 8%. You can find this data and more at www.ShastaReady.org; click “Data and Statistics.”

About the data: Active cases are an undercount because of delays due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Active cases, in isolation, in quarantine, and released from isolation numbers are estimates, because Public Health cannot complete one-on-one case investigation and contact tracing on all cases. If you have tested positive and haven’t been contacted by Public Health, or if you have been a close contact of someone who tested positive, go to www.ShastaReady.org and click “Quarantine and Isolation Instructions.”

The majority of recent cases have been people with symptoms – 91% in September, 90% in October and 93% in November. The most common symptoms have been cough, headache, fever and muscle aches.

-from press release
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