COVID-19 Daily Update From The Contra Costa County Health Dept.

February 22, 2021 14:00 pm · 4 comments

Contra Costa County COVID-19 data as of Monday Feb.22, 2021.

All information is from the Contra Costa County Health Dept.:

  • Total cases (since March) – 61,744
  • Recovered cases – 59,178
  • Deaths – 653 (the number went down 1 from yesterday without explanation)
  • Total active confirmed cases – 1,913
  • Nursing home deaths – 294 (the number went down 2 from yesterday without explanation)
  • 19 active outbreaks in nursing homes

Contra Costa County COVID-19 Hospital Data:

  • Patients currently hospitalized – 84
  • Occupied ICU beds –  128
  • Available ICU beds – 29

The State will move Contra Costa County to the “Red Tier” once the following three criteria have been met for two consecutive weeks:

  • Case Rate: Less than 7 new cases per 100,000 residents – (currently 14.2)
  • Positivity Rate: Less than 8% of tests countywide are positive – (currently 4.1%)
  • Equity Metric: Less than 8% of tests for residents of the lowest quartile of the Healthy Places Index census tracts are positive – (currently 6.3%)

K-6 School Reopening:

Contra Costa County is currently in the Purple Tier. Schools may not reopen for grades 7-12 while in the Purple Tier. K-6 school may reopen for in-person instruction in the Purple Tier if the adjusted case rate has been less than 25 per 100,000 population (currently 13.8) per day for at least 5 consecutive days (schools can now reopen) and the school has an approved COVID Safety Plan. Local school officials will decide whether and when to reopen once these criteria are met.

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Bill February 22, 2021 at 2:07 PM

So is the case rate 14.2 or 13.8%???

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parent February 22, 2021 at 2:20 PM

And schools are still not open … Wonder when MDUSD will open .. we have been able to open for a few days now and only today does the board send out a survey of what parents want. Full 100% Distance (Failed) Learning or 2 hours a day times 4 days a week. After all of this, only 2 hours a day … And no date provided on when they would start.

And we still have different numbers being used for schools and sports. How I wish we could all use one set of numbers …

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Puffandstuff February 22, 2021 at 4:45 PM

Zero communication to parent’s in Martinez except to tell us football is starting ????
Maybe they think if they ignore us the kid’s will just go away

Meanwhile is richer communities …SRV opening March 1 Orinda already opened WC open

Oh, please February 22, 2021 at 7:15 PM

Not to mention that the union still has not agreed to come back in person AT ALL as of yet.

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