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57 New Cases of COVID-19 Identified in Mendocino County

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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 January 4, 2022

January 4, 2022

  • 57 NEW POSITIVES
  • 1 SOUTH COAST
  • 13 NORTH COUNTY
  • 2 SOUTH COUNTY
  • 41 UKIAH AREA
  • 9 AGES 6-12 YEARS
  • 3 AGES 13-18 YEARS
  • 15 AGES 19-34 YEARS
  • 14 AGES 35-49 YEARS
  • 8 AGES 50-64 YEARS
  • 8 AGES 65+ YEARS
  • 55 ADDITIONAL IN ISOLATION TOTAL OF 269
  • 1 FEWER HOSPITALIZED TOTAL OF 6
  • ICU UNCHANGED TOTAL OF 2
  • 5 ADDITIONAL IN ISOLATION TOTAL OF 77
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8 COMMENTS

  1. I got covid from a vaccinated person! Yes that’s right, a vaccinated & boosted person infected me with covid, They are the super spreaders!! As a matter of fact, everyone catching it is getting exposed from the vaccinated!

    • Vaccinated people are spreading Covid because they don’t get severe symptoms when they are infected and don’t realize they are sick. They don’t know they’re sick and don’t get tested. Then everyone who is unvaccinated around them catches it. Gets sick knows it gets tested.

      Any suggestions? We’re all in this together
      I’m gonna count to 3 and we’re all gonna stop fighting and apologize to each other!!!! 😇

    • Most of the tests being used are so flawed as to be clinically worthless.
      In fact, the FDA deauthorized the most popular PCR test recently (it couldn’t distinguish between flu and covid).

      The bottom line is … to get through this … we must go through this.
      Viruses will do what viruses do, so go out and live your life.
      Take off the mask and stop worrying. Get outside, get some sunshine. Smile and say hello to people.

      If you’re one of the unfortunate ones who develops symptoms, ask your doctor to be treated.
      If your doctor won’t treat you — “go home, take an aspirin, call me if you get worse” — find a new doctor who WILL treat you.
      If this proves impossible, go here:
      https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/covid/early-treatment/

  2. I may be stepping out of line here with all of you, but it seems that Covid has evolved many times into different virus/symptoms. Just wildly going out and exposing yourself could cause more people to get it, thus raising the chances for another mutation, this time not so mild as the current omicron variety. Also, people are still getting pretty sick and children are susceptible now. Many more people will probably get omicron before this is over. So better to stay safe until we have a good grasp on where this is going! Hopefully the virus is settling into a lower grade one that can be managed.

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