Missoula health dept: State behind on local counts | Local News

The Misoula City-County Health Department reports 43 new COVID-19 cases since the last update on Tuesday, Oct. 6. 

A huge jump in reported COVID-19 cases in Missoula County, 211, was reported by the Montana Department of Human Health and Services dashboard on Wednesday morning, but the local health department says the state’s data collection lags behind local numbers and is just playing catch-up, leading to the large number.

“This morning Montana State DPHHS informed MCCHD that State DPHHS will be reporting more than 200 new cases in Missoula County when the state updates their site at 10 a.m. today,” the local Missoula health department posted on social media. “While this number appears alarming, please know that MCCHD has already accounted for and reported these cases at the local level on our local platforms. The State is catching up on reconciling its data today, and today’s report of 200+ cases in

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Counts At Or Above Orange Tier

LOS ALAMITOS, CA — Orange County Health Care Agency officials Friday reported six more people have succumbed to COVID-19 and 209 more have been diagnosed with coronavirus.

The county’s death toll now stands at 1,281 with a cumulative positive case count at 54,118 since the pandemic began.

In Los Alamitos, a total of 195 residents have tested positive for coronavirus since the pandemic hit our region in March. In nearby Rossmoor, 66 residents have developed coronavirus, and in Seal Beach, 282 have been affected by the virus.

Four of the six reported dead on Friday were skilled nursing facility residents.

Since the pandemic began, 461 of the deaths were skilled nursing facility residents and 89 lived in assisted living facilities.

That leaves 731 others who died from coronavirus that were not living in nursing homes.

As cases continue to persist, whether from a Labor Day surge or not, Orange County

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San Juan Capistrano Coronavirus Updates: OC Counts Above Orange

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA — Orange County Health Care Agency officials Friday reported six more people have succumbed to COVID-19 and 209 more have been diagnosed with coronavirus.

The county’s death toll now stands at 1,281 with a cumulative positive case count at 54,118 since the pandemic began.

In San Juan Capistrano, a total of 528 residents have developed coronavirus since the pandemic hit the region in March.

Four of the six reported dead on Friday were skilled nursing facility residents.

Since the pandemic began, 461 of the deaths were skilled nursing facility residents and 89 lived in assisted living facilities.

That leaves 731 others who died from coronavirus that were not living in nursing homes.

As cases continue to persist, whether from a Labor Day surge or not, Orange County CEO Frank Kim said he was concerned to see the case rate rise above 200.

“I’m concerned,” Kim said.

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How Many Have Died From Coronavirus? 8 Problems With Covid-19 Death Counts

One thing’s for sure. The 204,499 deaths in the U.S. from the Covid-19 coronavirus that’s currently reported on the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center website is not the actual number of deaths in this country from the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV2). Many public health and infectious disease experts have said that such death tallies are most likely underestimates. Then, there are those who have argued the opposite, including conspiracy theorists who have claimed that death tolls are being deliberately inflated. So why has it been so difficult to get accurate tallies?

Well, here are eight

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Arizona sees 566 new virus cases, very low hospital counts

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5:47 pm PDT, Thursday, September 24, 2020

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Verbatim: Health Department Updates Statewide COVID-19 Case Counts | The scoop

The following was released on Monday, Sept. 21, 2020:

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 535 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the state laboratory, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 112,027 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard.

A total of 3,287 Hoosiers are confirmed to have died from COVID-19, an increase of seven from the previous day. Another 225 probable deaths have been reported based on clinical diagnoses in patients for whom no positive test is on record. Deaths are reported based on when data are received by the state and occurred over multiple days.

To date, 1,308,645 unique individuals have been tested in Indiana, up from 1,301,940 on Sunday. A total of 1,882,248, including repeat tests for unique individuals,

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