80-Year-Old Ukiah Man Latest Casualty in Mendocino County’s Battle with COVID-19

Mendocino County Public Health’s COVID-19 Dashboard published on Tuesday, November 10, 2020.

Mendocino County Public Health announced this evening that four additional COVID-19 cases have been detected in-county and one more residents has passed from COVID-19.

Mendocino County’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer Sarah Dukett told us that the resident who passed away was an 80-year-old, Asian man from the Ukiah area and he died in Ukiah’s Adventist Health Hospital.

The following statement was released along with today’s updated Mendocino County COVID-19 dashboard:

COVID-19 Daily Update – 11/10/2020

4 additional cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Mendocino County, bringing the total to 1,242.

1 additional death has been reported.

Note: County Offices will be closed tomorrow, November 11, in observance of Veterans Day. COVID-19 data updates will resume on Thursday, November 12.

The following is a breakdown a region-by-region breakdown of Mendocino County’s COVID-19 cases [Mendocino County Public Health]:

This chart depicts the overall rise and fall of cases since the pandemic began [Mendocino County Public Health]

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