Ventura County COVID-19 Update 8/11

By the Numbers: There are 106 new cases today (18 (17.0%) of which have a lab collection from August 4th or earlier), 1,027 additional people tested, and 1 additional deaths (73 year old male with comorbidity). There have been 93 total deaths: age range 29-107 years; 56 males and 37 females. Current doubling time is 62.9 days. The 14 day rolling average is decreasing.Current hospitalizations are 77 and current ICU is 22. 
State Monitoring List: The County of Ventura is on the State Monitoring List. Learn about the State’s monitoring measures by clicking here. The good news is that the County is now off the watch list for 5 of the 6 measures. The one measure that is not yet meeting the goal is the case rate. The case rate per 100,000 over 14 days is at 155. The state monitoring measure requires the 14 day case rate per 100,000 to be at or under 100.
Your actions make a difference! Please be sure to continue to wear masks in public places, social distance and follow the local and state guidance. Let’s work together to bring those numbers down!
Press Conference: Tune in Wednesday, August 10 at 1 pm to view the weekly COVID-19 press conference at www.venturacountyrecovers.organd on County Facebook @countyofventura.


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