Riverside County exceeded the highest daily case increase for the second consecutive day, but this time it exceeded 500 cases.
Last Thursday, Hebin County reported 1,377 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours. The total number of cases is now 23,334.
So far, 272,981 tests have been conducted.
on Wednesday, Riverside County reported 856 new cases, followed by the highest daily increase.
Since Wednesday, 174 patients have recovered, bringing the total to 9,246.
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According to country dataThe current 7-day positive rate in Hebin County is 1
The 7-day test positive rate is used to assess the COVID-19 burden level of a county. The higher the number, the greater the impact of the county on COVID-19.
According to the forecast of health officials, by July 20, Hebin County is expected to reach 29,809 cases.
Riverside County reported 18 deaths today. The total number of deaths is now 533.
The number of hospitalizations has increased slightly, with 7 more patients today. The number of patients in the intensive care unit decreased by five.
There are currently 513 patients hospitalized, including 117 patients in the ICU.
The county reported that 8 patients currently in hospital are prisoners and 7 patients from Imperial County.
Watch: I-Team travels to Empire County to learn more about the reasons for the surge in cases in the county
According to data from California, the data also considers the number of suspected coronavirus-positive patients. A total of 664 patients are currently hospitalized for coronavirus-related reasons. Compared with two weeks ago, an increase of 227 patients, accounting for 51.7%.
Due to coronavirus-related reasons, there were 127 patients in the intensive care unit, an increase of 5 patients, or 4.1%, compared with two weeks ago.
Coachella Valley Number
The valley reported 361 cases today, the largest record in the valley since it was recorded, and even included three-day weekend figures. To date, there are 6,691 recorded cases in the Coachella Valley area.
For the third day in a row, the valley reported 6 deaths. A total of 151 people died.
Two deaths were recorded in Desert Hot Springs, and one death was reported in Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Palm Desert and Coachella.
The number of coronavirus cases and deaths in Indio continues to rise, and the proportion is increasing. Today, Indio reported 91 cases without death. Indio now has 1769 cases and 42 deaths.
Cases of Coachella Valley cities and communities (as of July 9, 2020)
Confirmed cases: 64
Number of deaths: 1
Confirmed cases: 22
Number of deaths: 1
Confirmed cases: 852
Number of deaths: 7
Confirmed cases: 1,365
Number of deaths: 13
·The edge of the desert
Confirmed cases: 20
Number of deaths: 2
·Desert Hot Spring
Confirmed cases: 396
Number of deaths: 5
Confirmed cases: 27
Number of deaths: 2
Confirmed cases: 81
Confirmed cases: 23
Confirmed cases: 1,769
Number of deaths: 42
Confirmed cases: 387
Number of deaths: 11
Confirmed cases: 212
Number of deaths: 6
· North Shore
Confirmed cases: 75
Number of deaths: 1
Confirmed cases: 149
Confirmed cases: 536
· Palm Springs
Confirmed cases: 432
Number of deaths: 17
Confirmed cases: 120
Number of deaths: 12
Confirmed cases: 17
Confirmed cases: 90
Confirmed cases: 84
There were 258 cases in the county prison, 2 died and 207 recovered.·National Prison
There are 1,080 cases in the state prison
Riverside County services are mainly provided online
On Wednesday, Riverside County announced that starting Monday, July 13, it will provide county services mainly by phone, mail, or online. The county administrative center and many other county buildings will be closed to the public on Monday, July 13.
The county administrative center and many other county-level buildings will be closed to the public on Monday, July 13, in response to a growing number of local cases of #coronavirus and a sharp rise in hospitalization.
More information: https://t.co/UzxDdDbHLH#RivCoNow #ruhealth pic.twitter.com/daxiCb2EKM
— Riverside County (@RivCoNow) July 9, 2020
Doctors at the Eisenhower Health Bureau describe the coronavirus “hell show”
“Hell Show”, this is what Rancho Mirage’s Eisenhower Health doctor described how coronavirus is currently happening.
We discussed the position of the doctor with Dr. Alan Williamson, chief medical officer of the Eisenhower Health Bureau.
Full Interview: Eisenhower Institute of Health responds to doctors’ claims of coronavirus “hell show” in hospital
COVID-19’s psychological and emotional impact on local hospital staff
For many of our local health care heroes, the unprecedented air battles with coronavirus every day are physically and emotionally daunting.
Dr. Andrew Kassinove, Chief of Staff of Kennedy Memorial Hospital, said: “The pressure is indeed very high.” He said: “I think that as doctors and nurses in the emergency department do deal with deaths and deaths regularly, but COVID -19 has always emphasized this.”
Full text: The staff of the local hospital discussed the psychological and emotional impact of COVID-19 on the staff
Congressman Ruiz said the county has not done enough to prevent cases. Criticize the sheriff’s order execution.
Congressman Ruiz joined Peter Daut at a special news broadcast at CBS and Fox at 6:30 pm, and he once again said that the county is doing preventive cases Not enough, and called on Sheriff Chad Bianco to comment on the implementation of public health orders.
“When a sheriff thinks that wearing a mask or staying at home is a socialist liberal agenda, there will be mixed messages. If he publicly declares that he will not implement it, it will make people think that wearing a mask is not enough. Or this is a political issue. No. This is a public health issue,” Ruiz said.
Later that day, Bianco responded to the congressmen’s comments, partially writing:
“Obviously, members of Congress want me to imprison mask violators while supporting the release of violent criminals released from our prisons? That is mixed information.“
Full text: Congressman Ruiz criticized Sheriff Bianco’s comments on masks, order execution; Sheriff replies
Follow-up: Congressman Ruiz criticizes Sheriff Bianco’s comments on masks, order execution
This is the second time in a week that Congressman Ruiz has joined News Channel 3 and said the county has not done enough to prevent cases.
Unfortunately, the county failed to contain this surge. The hospital started surge intervention, and the county also needed surge intervention. “Ruiz told Karen Devine of News Channel 3.
Full interview: Rep Ruiz: Hebin County needs to take more measures to prevent coronavirus cases
California closed restaurants, interior space in other departments
Newsoms said: “This does not mean that the restaurant is closed. This means that we are trying to do as many activities as possible, these mixed activities, concentrated activities, and move it outdoors.”
Details: The government news agency ordered restaurants and other departments to shut down indoor operations
Binjiang County closes the bar
Riverside County issued an order on Monday afternoon to close bars that do not serve food from 2 am on Tuesday.
V. Manuel, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Riverside County and Director of District 4, said: “Since mid-June, the health crisis has become more serious. In our country, California and Riverside County, more and more cases of coronavirus , Hospitalization and the use of intensive care beds.” Perez “Unfortunately, the local bar ban in Hebin County must be closed to slow down the spread of this virus. I want to remind everyone that facial care must be covered and encouraged to maintain Keep your body away and wash your hands.”
Full details: Riverside County Bar was ordered to close
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If you encounter an emergency medical condition, please call 911.
How to test
Remember, you can be tested even if you have no symptoms. The test was extended to all residents on April 17.
There are now test sites throughout the valley.
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