COVID-19

37 New Cases of COVID-19 Identified in Mendocino County

The following is Mendocino County’s information published on the County website regarding the most recent updates to the County’s COVID-19 dashboard. Other information regarding the virus amassed by MendoFever’s Judy Valadao is below the information provided by the county:

Mendocino County COVID-19 Dashboard from September 24, 2021 [numbers are COVID-19 cases for 9/23/2021]

A37 additional cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Mendocino County, bringing the total to 6,977

.*****Actualización Diaria COVID-19 de ayer – 23/9/2021Se han identificado 37 casos adicionales de COVID-19 en el condado de Mendocino, con un total de 6,977.

  • SEPTEMBER 23, 2021
  • 37 ADDITIONAL POSITIVES
  • 3 NORTH COAST
  • 1 SOUTH COAST
  • 16 NORTH COUNTY
  • 17 UKIAH AREA
  • 3 AGES 0-5 YEARS
  • 5 AGES 6-12 YEARS
  • 1 AGES 13-18 YEARS
  • 10 AGES 19-34 YEARS
  • 8 AGES 35-49 YEARS
  • 4 AGES 50-64 YEARS
  • 6 AGES 65+  YEARS
  • 6 FEWER IN ISOLATION TOTAL OF 246
  • 2 FEWER HOSPITALIZED TOTAL OF 10
  • ICU UNCHANGED TOTAL OF 5
  • 9 FEWER IN QUARANTINE TOTAL OF 89
Chart from Mendocino County
Chart from Mendocino County

Categories: COVID-19

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    • You are right, of course. But asking this question on this forum does alert readers to the PCR swindle. I know of no other test that is CDC/NIH sponsored. PCR is the “gold standard.”
      The PCR test is incapable of isolating a specific virus pathogen.

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