Today I went and had the back of my truck cleaned and organize by one of the young men in the church I attend. He said the online classes at Cal Poly were going well, however he missed the personal contact with others. I picked up a couple of things at Smart & Final that I forgot to get yesterday and also took some pictures for the blog of the impact of the COVID-19 virus on everyday life.
This is a picture of downtown Higuera Street at Saturday noon.
Here is the line of people waiting to get into Trader Joe’s.
There were four new cases of COVID-19 reported by county health officials today. That brings the total case that have been reported in the county to 131. Of those 110 have recovered from the virus. Three people are currently in area hospitals with the virus and two of those are in the ICU. Seventeen people are recovering at home. There has been one death in the county from the virus. The County Public Health Department said it has conducted 833 COVID-19 tests so far, 48 of which came out positive. Eighty-four COVID-19 cases were detected at private labs in the area but total number of tests conducted was not available.