Press release from Humboldt County General Information Center:
Six new cases of COVID-19 have been reported today, bringing the total number of county residents who test positive for the virus to 592.
The California Department of Public Health today updated its county-level mandates in the state’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy”. The county remains at the “yellow” level due to its meeting of the Medical Equity Index while having an active rate and a case rate below 2 This grade designation reflects data until the week ending October 24 .
Humboldt seeds are classified in the yellow group when cases are confirmed to be relatively stable on a day or two. Humboldt County Health Officer, Dr. Teresa Frankovich warns that the rate of recent cases is on the rise.
Dr. Frankovich said: “It is important for us to remember that a relatively small increase in daily circumstances could put us on the level of commitment, significantly impacting our business community. we. “As we experience colder weather and spend more time indoors where it is more contagious, it is important that we take all the possible precautions we can to keep each other safe. . ”;
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= historical data. All data are from the Humboldt County General Information Center.
Data from CalREDIE. The zip code not listed has encountered five or less cases. Zip code population from the US Community Survey, 2018.