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Whenever Mendocino County Public Health publishes a new COVID-19 infographic, MendoFever will compare and contrast the data with the previous infographic in hopes to shed light on trends associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in Mendocino County. 

Yesterday’s infographic (7/19/2020) published by Mendocino County Public Health

🗣Most significant information gained from this evening’s infographic update provided by Mendocino County Public Health:
📍The majority of new cases are based in the 19-49 age range.
📍Mendocino County’s total COVID-19 cases have increased from 199 to 207 in the last 24 hours.
📍The Ukiah Valley continues to be the geographic center of Mendocino’s COVID-19 cases.

🧠Analysis of that data represented in today’s infographic with yesterday’s:

👨🏻👩🏽👨🏿Demographics: Six of the new cases are associated with the Hispanic/Latino community and two of them are from an “unreported” demographic.
🧒👵Age Ranges: One of the new cases is in the “0-5” age range, two are in the “19-34” age range, three are in the “35-49” age range, and three are in the “65+” age range.
👨👩 Gender of Infected: Four of the newly infected are men for a total of 99 and four are women for a total of 108.
🏡Source of Infection: One of the new cases is associated with “close contact” and seven of the new cases are “under investigation”.
🌎Region of Cases: Seven of the new cases are from patients in the Ukiah Valley and one is from the North Coast.
👨‍⚕️Status of Patients: Seven patients have entered isolation for a total of 80. One new patient has entered into the hospital for a new total of 9. There is currently only one patient in the intensive care unit. There are still three deaths of Mendocino County residents and there is a total of 207 cases.
📈Testing: The most significant shift in testing numbers is the commercial labs determining 8 new positive cases. The amount pending continues to grow with today’s number at 1,905.



  1. Thank you for showing the graphs large enough for my old eyes to read. On the County’s page the graph is too small for me to read.

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Matt LaFever
Matt LaFever
Picking Brains—Baring Bones—Playing it By Ear: I'm a reporter in Mendocino County and the Founder of MendoFever.

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