Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Two More Mendocino County Residents Succumb to COVID-19 Totaling 105 Lost to the Virus

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The following is a press release from Mendocino County Public Health:

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Public Notice: A Mendocino County resident recently passed away with COVID-19. Our thoughts are with their family and friends.

  • Death #104: 72 year-old man from the Willits area; unvaccinated.
  • Death #105: 76 year-old man from the Fort Bragg area; unvaccinated.

Public Health asks all Mendocino County residents to think about the ways they are protecting themselves and their families from COVID-19. When in doubt, consult with and follow all CDC and CDPH guidance. Vaccination, masking, and social distancing remain the best tools for combating COVID-19.

Fully vaccinated people over age 18 should strongly consider getting a COVID-19 vaccine booster to improve immunity. If you have questions about boosters or vaccines in general, speak with your doctor, or call Public Health at 707-472-2759. To find the nearest vaccine clinic in your area, please visit the Public Health website at: http://www.mendocinocounty.org/covid19

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