COVID-19 Statistics | Sept. 30, 2021 – Lost Coast Outpost

Humboldt County Public Health has actually reported the death of citizen in their 70s from COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a health advisory the other day highly prompting those who are pregnant or were recently pregnant to get immunized because of increased threat of severe health problem from COVID-19. Due to the ongoing high transmission of COVID-19 locally, Humboldt County Health Officer Dr. Ian Hoffman issued a declaration today recommending physical distancing at conferences including those of legislative bodies. No-cost screening is available through OptumServe 7 days a week in Eureka at the Wharfinger Building on the lower floor and at mobile screening websites throughout the county Monday through Friday. Rapid screening and PCR screening are readily available at Public Health mobile vaccination centers, where homeowners have the choice of getting evaluated, immunized or both.

Humboldt County Public Health has reported the death of homeowner in their 70s from COVID-19. The personnel of the Department Operations Center extend their compassions to the individuals buddies, loved ones and caregivers.Two hospitalizations have actually also been reported, including an individual in their 30s and one over the age of 80. Fifty-four new cases of COVID-19 were reported today, bringing the total number of residents who have tested favorable for the virus to 8,555. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provided a health advisory yesterday strongly urging those who are pregnant or were just recently pregnant to get immunized because of increased danger of serious health problem from COVID-19. Of the more than 125,000 cases reported in pregnant individuals in the U.S., more than 22,000 were hospitalized and 161 have died. In the month of August alone, 22 COVID-related deaths of pregnant individuals were tape-recorded, the greatest number in a single month given that the pandemic began. COVID-19 infection likewise increases the risk of negative pregnancy and neonatal outcomes. As of mid-Sept, only 31% of pregnant individuals were fully vaccinated prior to or during their pregnancy. The CDC likewise advises vaccination for those who are lactating, who are trying to become pregnant now or who might conceive in the future. Pregnant people must continue to follow all suggested prevention measures and should seek care instantly for any symptoms of COVID-19. For more details, seek advice from a health care provider or check out cdc.gov/ coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extra-precautions/ pregnant-people. html. Due to the continued high transmission of COVID-19 in your area, Humboldt County Health Officer Dr. Ian Hoffman issued a declaration today suggesting physical distancing at conferences including those of legislative bodies. Virtual conferences that permit virtual involvement of agency staff, speakers and community members are a safer option. Physical distancing is also advised for occasions and events. Go to  humboldtgov.org/COVIDFAQs to read the complete statement on physical distancing. If they are experiencing signs or have been in close contact with somebody who has tested positive for the infection, citizens are prompted to get tested. No-cost screening is offered through OptumServe 7 days a week in Eureka at the Wharfinger Building on the lower floor and at mobile testing websites throughout the county Monday through Friday. To make an appointment or get info about outcomes, check out lhi.care/ covidtesting or call 888-634-1123. Rapid testing and PCR testing are readily available at Public Health mobile vaccination centers, where locals have the alternative of getting tested, immunized or both. As always, testing and vaccination services are totally free of charge. Due to a boost in need for extra vaccine doses and boosters, visits at Public Health vaccination centers are strongly suggested but not needed. Register beforehand at MyTurn.ca.gov. For directions in English and Spanish on how to utilize My Turn, go to humboldtgov.org/VaccineInfo.See the schedule below for specific center dates, times, places and available services: Garberville– Friday, Oct. 1, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Garberville Farmers Market( Garberville Town Square) Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson/Moderna PCR and fast testing availableArcata– Saturday, Oct. 2, 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Arcata Farmers Market (Arcata Plaza/808 G St.) Pfizer/Johnson & & Johnson/Moderna PCR and fast screening availableEureka– Monday, Oct. 4, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Closed from noon to 1 p.m. Public Health Main( 529 I St.) Pfizer/Johnson & & Johnson/Moderna Testing NOT availableWillow Creek– Tuesday, Oct. 5, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed from midday to 1 p.m. Public Health Office( 77 Walnut Way ) Pfizer/Johnson & & Johnson/Moderna PCR and rapid screening availableEureka– Thursday, Oct. 7, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. College of the Redwoods primary car park( 7351 Tompkins Hill Road) Pfizer/Johnson & & Johnson/Moderna PCR and quick screening availableTo check accessibility of a specific vaccine at a regional pharmacy, go to vaccines.gov or text a ZIP code to 438829. Pfizer is licensed for those 12 and & older, and Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are authorized for people age 18 and older. County homeowners age 16 and 17 can get a vaccination at Public Health centers without a parent or guardian physically present as long as they have a signed approval kind. Kids under 16 still should be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.View the Data Dashboard online at humboldtgov.org/dashboard, or go to humboldtgov.org/DashboardArchives to download data from a previous time.For the most recent COVID-19 info, go to cdc.gov or cdph.ca.gov. Local details is available at humboldtgov.org or by contacting covidinfo@co.humboldt.ca.us or calling 707-441-5000. Sign up for COVID-19 vaccination: MyTurn.ca.govCheck for vaccine schedule at a local pharmacy: Vaccines.govLocal COVID-19 vaccine details: humboldtgov.org/VaccineInfoHumboldt County COVID-19 Data Dashboard: humboldtgov.org/DashboardFollow us on Facebook: @HumCoCOVID19Instagram: @HumCoCOVID19Twitter: @HumCoCOVID19Humboldt Health Alert: humboldtgov.org/HumboldtHealthAlert###