Calaveras County COVID-19 cases by neighborhood
San Andreas, California. Calaveras public health officials have reported nine new positive cases of coronavirus. Three were under 17 years old.
Additional cases include one woman and two men aged 0 to 17, four women and one man aged 18 to 49, and one man older than 65 years. Four cases were reported in District 1, including San. Andreas and Valley Springs. District 2, covering Mokelumne Mountain, West Point and Mountain Ranch, and District 3, including the Angels Camp and Copperopolis communities, had one case each. In District 5, including Milton, Jenny Lind and Rancho Calaveras, three cases were reported. Contract tracing studies are being conducted.
“We must continue to do our utmost to ensure that we follow the path of recovery. As we wait for new treatments and vaccines, we can now take action that we already know about, ”said Dean Kelaita, Kalavera County Health Officer. “Recovery is something we all want to see as soon as possible. We can achieve this when local businesses and our community work together to keep each other safe and healthy. This means wearing a face mask, being checked, washing your hands often, staying home if you are sick, and performing physical detachment. Said Dr. Kelaita.
There are currently 108 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county and one death has been reported. There are 27 active cases and 80 recovered. Public health officials report that the total number of people screened in the county will no longer be reported from today. Instead, as the saying goes, only the test numbers for the last 14 days will be provided: “This step is in line with the county data tracking system introduced by the California Department of Public Health. By closely monitoring COVID-19 in County Calaver, the public will be informed and prepared if restrictions are needed to stop the spread of COVID-19. “