The county board of supervisors received the first update of the region’s COVID-19 response this year. This is also the first public COVID-19 briefing for the three new board members who were sworn in last week.
The board of directors voted to increase the enforcement of business and operations that do not meet the safety restart plan, and expand the “big plate delivery” program that provides free meals and income allowance programs. The board of directors also voted to ensure the consistent implementation of law enforcement based on scientific data on the transmission and transmission methods of COVID-19.
The board members also instructed staff to investigate whether it is possible to exclude companies that have repeatedly violated public health orders from the scope of eligibility for the COVID-1
To date, the county has received more than 17,000 complaints about violations of health orders, and the county’s “safe restart” compliance team has issued 335 stop and stop orders. Since the region entered the “purple class” in November, complaints about violations have increased exponentially, with more than half of the complaints filed in the past month.
COVID-19 vaccine launched
Currently, the supply of vaccines is still limited, only Saint Dickens Phase 1A You can get part of the COVID-19 vaccine. This mainly includes people engaged in healthcare work, as well as employees and residents of long-term care facilities. Medical staff who are eligible for vaccination at this time are encouraged to contact their healthcare provider first to request vaccination.
Qualified residents of stage 1A cannot get vaccinations through their healthcare providers and can make an appointment online www.VaccinationSuperStationSD.com. Appointments are limited. If an appointment cannot be made immediately, individuals are encouraged to check the website regularly.
“We know that there is a great demand for the COVID-19 vaccine, and our community has a lot of questions about the vaccination process,” said Nick Macchione, director of the County Health and Human Services Bureau. “The county will soon launch a website feature that will clarify the rating system and allow the public to register for notifications about when and where the COVID-19 vaccine can be purchased. A dashboard is also being developed that will show how many The San Diango people received the first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity and home orders:
- Currently, the intensive care unit (ICU) bed utilization rate in Southern California is 0.0% and will be updated daily by the state.
- of Regional accommodation order This is effective, prohibiting gatherings of any size with people from other families, and increasing restrictions on multiple departments.
- The order will continue until the availability of ICU in the region reaches or exceeds 15%.
Community settings broke out:
- Six new community outbreaks were confirmed on January 11: two in a commercial environment, one in a distribution warehouse environment, one in a faith-based institutional environment, one in a government environment, and another in a medical environment .
- In the past 7 days (January 5th to January 11th), 48 community outbreaks were confirmed.
- The number of community outbreaks still exceeds 7 or more triggers within 7 days.
- In the past 14 days, a community environment outbreak was defined as 3 or more COVID-19 cases among people in a certain community and different families.
- On January 11, the county reported 18,119 test results, and the percentage of new positive cases was 19%.
- The 14-day rolling average percentage of positive cases was 13.8%. The target is below 8.0%.
- The average number of tests per day for 7 days is 27,474.
- People at high risk of COVID-19 with or without symptoms should be checked. Anyone with any symptoms should be checked. Health care and essential workers, as well as those who are in close contact with positive cases or who live in severely affected communities, should also be tested. It also urges those who have recently returned from travel or those attending holiday parties to be checked.
- On January 11, the county reported 3,524 cases. The total number in the region now stands at 198,319.
- 6,313 cases, accounting for 3.2% of all cases.
- 1,273 patients or 0.6% of all cases, and 20.2% of inpatients must be treated in the intensive care unit.
- On January 11, the county reported 41 new COVID-19 deaths. The total number of the area now stands at 1,898.
- Between December 17 and January 10, 14 women and 27 men died.
- Of the 41 new deaths reported, 16 people died in their 80s or older, of which 8 were in their 70s, 14 were in their 60s, 2 were in their 50s, and 1 was in their 40s.
- 34 cases had underlying diseases, of which 1 case did not, and the other 6 cases had a medical history.
For a more detailed summary of the data, see County’s coronavirus-sd.com website It is updated every day around 5pm.