Statistics from March 11-13, 2022
New cases: 29
By age group:
Children 0-12: 2
Children 13-19: 1
Adults 20-29: 0
Adults 30-39: 11
Adults 40-49: 1
Adults 50-59: 2
Adults 60-69: 3
Adults 70-79: 5
Adults 80-89: 3
Adults 90+: 0
• Active cases: 115
• Hospitalized: 19
• People in ICU: 2
• Deaths reported: 14
WEEKLY UPDATE (3/7 – 3/13):
- 7-Day Case Numbers (by receive date): 143
- 7-Day CDC Transmission Case Rate (by receive date): 79.4 per 100,000 (>100 is high)
- 7-Day Test Positivity (by lab collect date): 2.0%
- 7-Day Average Hospitalized: 23.85
- Deaths Reported in Last 7 Days: 14
For more information, visit the Data and Statistics page at ShastaReady.org.
- We are sorry to report 14 deaths today. They were a man in his 60s, a woman in her 60s, a man in his 70s, 2 women in their 70s, 2 men in their 80s, 2 women in their 80s and 5 women over age 89. Please note, today is when these deaths were confirmed and may be days or weeks after the people died.
Tune into KIXE Channel 9 at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow tonight (March 15) to watch the second installment of the two-part “Ask the Experts” series, which features nine local doctors answering community members’ questions about COVID-19. Part 2 discusses treatments, pregnancy, masking and how the virus affects children. The 30-minute videos connect community members with medical professionals and answer questions about COVID-19. They can be found on the agency’s social media channels and ShastaReady.org.
If you test positive for COVID-19 and are at risk of becoming very sick, contact a health professional right away to determine if you may be eligible for treatment. Don’t delay, even if your symptoms are mild right now. Treatment must start within the first few days to be effective. Learn more by visiting Medications and Treatments at ShastaReady.org.
If you’ve been exposed: Follow the isolation/quarantine instructions until you can be tested and receive test results.
If you need to be tested: Find options on the Get Tested page. Please note: Appointments are required at most places due to high demand.
If you need a vaccine: Find options at ShastaReady.org.