Today my main project was doing laundry. Upon completing that chore, I took Penny for her run. County Health reported two new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the county’s total to 134. County officials indicated that one person is in the ICU. Of the other patients, 17 are recovering at home, and 115 have recovered. There has been one death in the county due to the novel coronavirus. So far, Public Health has conducted 885 tests to date with 49 positive results. Private lab results account for the other 85 cases. The total number of tests conducted at private labs is still unknown. Health officials report that 46 patients contracted the virus as a result of travel, 45 people had direct contact with someone else who was confirmed positive, and 43 cases are the result of community spread. In the county, there have been six patients aged 17 and under, 49 patients between the ages of 18 and 49, 42 between the ages of 50 and 64, and 37 cases in people 65 or older.
California Men’s Colony reported yesterday its first inmate to test positive for the COVID-19 virus. In comparison, the Federal Correctional Complex in Lompoc is indicating that there are 96 coronavirus cases at the prison and one death of an inmate due to the virus.
Penny looking for her treat after coming when she was called.
There has been people questioning why stores like liquor stores and smoke shop are open during the stay at home orders. Even donut shops have been questioned as why they should be open. But remember, law enforcement has to get their donuts somewhere!