New COVID Cases, No New Deaths

Thursday, 04 Feb, 2021

The deaths of 219 Clevelanders have been attributed to the coronavirus. The deceased mainly ranged in age from their 40s to their 80s but there was a man in his 30s who died - with no underlying conditions - from Doña Ana County.

The local health department has received 108,601 negative tests and there have been 123,767 tests administered in Hays County. This figure includes multiple tests given to some people. The majority of the cases, 175, are located in the Central Island, 55 are active in the South Island and nine are ongoing in the North Island.

Savarese said Rite Aid is able to vaccinate health care professionals, people 65 years old or older and people with preexisting health conditions.

Six percent of those cases required hospitalization. Bear Creek and Woodcreek have both tallied four total cases each. About 26% are white.

Other than health care workers, FPC is prioritizing its patients who are eligible under Phase 1A, according to Selina Spade, operations manager. Race is unknown for 17% of the cases.

The health department is asking for patience from the public as supplies are limited.

Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry says there have been 138,892 people who have received a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, with 4,491 people who've gotten two doses.

Lebanon registered on Tuesday a new record of 81 daily deaths from COVID-19, raising the total fatalities from the virus to 3,226, the Lebanese Health Ministry said.

There were 408 cases on Saturday, 473 on Sunday, and 277 today - the lowest single-day case count since late October. Oman's total recoveries rose by 105 to 127,054, while the death toll remained unchanged at 1,532. Their active case number jumped from 88 to 379 cases.

Over the weekend, the state reported five COVID deaths in the county.

Those numbers tend to lag other reporting sites.

Oklahoma ranked seventh in the nation in the number of new cases per capita with 863.59 per 100,000 residents during the past 14 days, according to Johns Hopkins data. Its tally showed 446,689 deaths in the United States.