Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 61 new cases reported in Monterey County for a total of 43,613, with two new fatalities.  Nationwide, the number of new cases rose by 33,778 to 32.8 million, while deaths rose by 686 to 582,362.  In California, there were 1,592 new cases for a total of 3.8 million, while deaths rose by 31 to 62,362.  Although almost half of the country has been vaccinated, the number of new cases is still disturbing.  Please stay home as much as possible and stay safe.

Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 62 new cases reported in Monterey County for a total of 43,601, with one new fatality during the same time-frame.  While the number of new cases over the last week rose only slightly, the California Department of Public Health today raised Monterey County’s tier score from 1.9 to 2.6, ensuring we will remain in the Orange Tier for at least two weeks.  Nationwide, the number of new cases rose by 39,124 to 32.8 million, while deaths rose by 650 to 581,676.  In California, there were 1,857 new cases for a total of 3.8 million, while deaths rose by 53 to 62,331.  Although almost half of the country has been vaccinated, the number of new cases is still alarming.  Please stay home as much as possible and stay safe.

Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 52 new cases reported over the past six days in Monterey County for a total of 43,506, with no new fatalities during the same time-frame.  Over 58% of eligible residents of Monterey County have been vaccinated, compared with nationwide 44.3% of the country has had at least one dose, while 31.6% are fully vaccinated.  According to news reports, the next generation of COVID-19 vaccines may come as a pill or nasal spray, which would make them easier to store and transport.  Nationwide, there were 48,003 new cases, for a cume total of 32,577,379.  Deaths rose by 720 to 578,713.  According to the CDC, California now has the lowest rate in the country of COVID-19 cases per capita, while Monterey has one of the lowest in the state.  In California, there were 1,766 new cases, for a cume total of 3.75 million, while deaths rose by 70 to 62.035.  Please stay home as much as possible and stay safe.

Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were only 32 new cases reported over the past two days in Monterey County, with no new fatalities during the same time-frame.  In the U.S., about 43% of the population has received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose (according to the CDC), with more than 29% of Americans fully vaccinated.  New cases rose by 58,730 for a total of 32.316 million, while there were 840 new deaths, for a total of 574,791.  Governor Gavin Newsome said the COVID-19 case rate is now the lowest in the country, with just 4.7 positive castes per 100K residents.  In our state, there were 1,732 new cases for a total of 3.740 million, while deaths rose by 96 for a cume total of 61,661.

Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 65 new cases of coronavirus reported in Monterey County today, bringing the total to 46.366 cases, with 16 new deaths reported for a total of 380. If you haven’t gotten your first dose of the vaccine yet, Montage Health in Marina (2920 2nd Avenue) are now doing walk-tin vaccinations.  The schedule is as follows: Monday April 26 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. for Pfizer, Tuesday, April 27 1:00 to 3:30 for Moderna, Wednesday, April 28 noon to 8:00 p.m. for Moderna, and Thursday April 29 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for Pfizer.  If you want to make an appointment, go to www.myturn.ca.gov or call Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital at 771-3385.  Nationwide, cases rose by 61,931 for a cume total of 31.890 million.  Deaths rose by 1,744 to 569,875.  California has the lowest coronavirus case rate per capita in the nation now!  Please stay home and stay safe as much as possible.

Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 41 new cases of coronavirus reported in Monterey County today over the last five days, bringing the total to 43,260 cases, with 12 new deaths reported for a total of 364. The agriculture industry remains hardest hit in our county. Globally, the number of deaths has surpassed 3 million for the first time, with 138 million cases in total. Nationwide, cases rose by 61,943 for a cume total of 31.823 million. Deaths rose by 768 to 568,131. Although senior citizens are the most vaccinated age group in America, about 20% have yet to get their shots. In California, there were 2,358 new cases, for a total of 3.723 million, while deaths rose by 82 to 61,083.  Please stay home and stay safe as much as possible

Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 34 new cases of coronavirus reported in Monterey County today, bringing the total to 43,260 cases, with four new deaths reported.  Nationwide, cases rose by 71,374 for a cume total of 31.5 million.  Deaths rose by 912 to 565,926.  Please stay home and stay safe as much as possible.

Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 69 new cases of coronavirus reported in Monterey County today, bringing the total to 43,226 cases, with one new death reported.  Nationwide, cases rose by 77,312 for a cume total of 31.377 million.  Deaths rose by 987 to 562,994.  In California, there were 993 new cases, for a total of 3.707 million while deaths rose by 7 to 60,507.  Please stay home and stay safe as much as possible.

Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 53 new cases of coronavirus reported in Monterey County today, bringing the total to 43,1574 cases, with one new death reported.  Nationwide, cases rose for the third day in a row, with 81,769 new cases for a cume total of 31.114 million.  Deaths rose by 773 to 561,200.  In California, there were 3,434 new cases, for a total of 3.695 million while deaths rose by 135 to 60,325.  Please stay home and stay safe as much as possible.

Monterey, CA Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 41 new cases of coronavirus reported in Monterey County today, bringing the total to 43,104 cases, with two new deaths reported.  Nationwide, cases rose for the second day in a row, with 81,320 new cases for a cume total of 31.033 million.  Deaths rose by 977 to 560,427.  In California, there were 3,195 new cases, for a total of 3.692 million while deaths rose by 133 to 60,190.  Please stay home and stay safe as much as possible.