According to Mendocino County Public Health’s daily COVID-19 dashboard update, there has been a COVID-19 related death in the Ukiah area . Mendocino County’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer Sarah Dukett told us the decedent is a Latino male over 60 years old. Today’s announced death makes for a total of 14 deaths associated with the COVID-19 in Mendocino County.
MendoFever will compare and contrast the data with the previous day’s infographic in hopes to shed light on trends associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in Mendocino County.
The following statement was released along with today’s updated Mendocino County COVID-19 dashboard:
5 additional cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Mendocino County, bringing the total to 584. 1 additional death has been reported for the Ukiah area.
🗣Most significant information gained from this evening’s infographic update provided by Mendocino County Public Health:
📍 There has been a death related to COVID-19 in the Ukiah area . According to Mendocino County’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer Sarah Dukett, the decedent is a Latino male over 60 years old.
📍11 patients were released from isolation in the last 24 hours.
📍 Currently, there are a total of 1,721 pending tests for COVID-19.
Compare and contrast of the data represented in today’s infographic with yesterday’s:
👨🏻👩🏽👨🏿Demographics: Cases amongst the Hispanic/Latino Community increased by 6 going from 352 to 358, and the the number of “unreported” positive cases decreased by 1.
🧒👵Age Ranges: There has been a decrease of one case between the ages of “0-5”, there has been an increase of one in the “13-18” age range, four of today’s cases were added to the “19-34” age range, and one of the new cases is from the “50-64” age range.
👨👩 Gender of Infected: 254 of the infected are men(44%) 330 are women(56%).
🏡Source of Infection: All five of today’s cases are “under investigation”.
🌎Region of Cases: Four new cases have been attributed to the “Ukiah Valley”, and one case has been attributed to the “North County”. These numbers are not equivalent with the four new positive cases announced today. According to Mendocino County’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer Sarah Dukett, this data discrepancy is a result of there being some “duplicate data that was cleaned up resulting in changes to some of the stats.”
👨⚕️Status of Patients: The number of Mendocino County residents in isolation decreased by 11 from 97 to 86. The number of patients in the hospital has maintained at 4. The number of patients in the ICU has decreased by one currently at 2. There has been a total of 584 individuals in Mendocino County who have tested positive for COVID-19. The number of active COVID-19 cases is at 92.. There was one additional death bringing Mendocino County’s COVID-19 fatality total to 14.
📈Testing: Comparing and contrasting testing numbers shows all five of today’s cases were discovered in Commercial Laboratories.