COVID-19 COUNTY REPORTS | 9/28/P.M. Inyo: 187 Positive | 15 Deaths | Mono: 166 (+1) Positive | 2 Deaths

Under the new color-coded, 4-tier system being used in California on Reopening, Inyo County is now, along with Mono County, in the ‘Orange” a.k.a., “Moderate” and less-restrictive category, which allows it to reopen several business sectors.

 

Note: Mono County posts DAILY and IN REAL TIME (current) throughout the day on their website Mono County COVID-19 Response page.

 

CALIFORNIA’S FOUR-TIER COLOR CODED REOPENIN GUIDELINES.

 

MONO COUNTY 9/28/2020 11:45 p.m.:  5,177 Total Tests Administered | 166 (+1) Positive tests | 4,954 Negative | 5 Pending Results | 2 Deaths

 *Numbers above reflect cumulative totals since March 16, 2020: Data sources include Mammoth Hospital, 211 nurse hotline referrals for testing (including surrounding areas), Public Health field testing, Verily testing, pending results from a state lab, and positive cases for Mono County residents. Positives Cases for those who are not full-time residents in Mono County are not included in the Positive Case count. Total, pending, and negative test numbers include individuals tested more than once.

Note: Inyo County releases information online at its COVID-19 Response Update web page only on Monday through Friday, after 4:00 p.m. There is a three-day gap between Friday afternoon to Monday afternoon. Demographics are posted on the county’s COVID-19 website by Age Group, Gender, and Location. (NOTE: Total Positive, Negative, Resolved, and Deaths numbers are cumulative to beginning of pandemic in mid-March 2020.)

INYO 9/28/2020 4:30 p.m.: *5,122 Total Tests Have Been Administered | 187 Positive Test Results | 4,886 Negative Test Results | **59 Pending Results | 1 Active | 171 Resolved/Recovered | 15 Deaths

*Data sources include testing totals from NIHD, SIHD, Toiyabe and Verily testing site, as they become available. Positives tests for those who are not full-time residents in Inyo County are not included in the Positive Case count.  Total, pending, and negative test numbers include individuals tested more than once.

**Cases with pending results are monitored by medical staff ordering test; Inyo County Public Health monitors pending results identified as high probability. Verily’s numbers are based on number of test results received, pending test numbers are not reported to Inyo County Public Health.

 

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8 Responses to COVID-19 COUNTY REPORTS | 9/28/P.M. Inyo: 187 Positive | 15 Deaths | Mono: 166 (+1) Positive | 2 Deaths

  1. gabriel September 22, 2020 at 2:12 pm #

    Assuming all extended care facilities and hospitals are evaluating risk levels efficiently, I would recommend all parties call them and ask, ‘are you allowing visitors into patient rooms?’ If the answer is yes then the transmission risks must be low. If the answer is no, then the risks remain high and everyone should remain hunkered down.

     
  2. Almost Native September 21, 2020 at 6:18 am #

    Hi Dennis,
    I think it’s because the testing people are overwhelmed.Doctors are being forced to wait for emergency surgeries to get the results back. I don’t know what happens if the suffering person comes back positive?

     
  3. Scott September 17, 2020 at 4:37 am #

    I really miss seeing the parantheticals on the headline that reflected plus or minus on the numbers of positives and deaths. Having those displayed in the headline were super efficient and helpful.

     
    • Charles James September 17, 2020 at 11:17 am #

      Scott, thanks for the comment. We do put pluses and minuses in the headline for positive and deaths. There are days when there are no changes in the numbers, and because we update daily, there is no plus or minus from the day before. With Inyo County numbers, we can go three days without any change simply because they do not post daily, but only Monday afternoon until Friday afternoon, with nothing between Friday afternoon and the following Monday afternoon. The problem is, that by comparison to Mono County’s always current numbers regardless of what time or day you access their website, Inyo County’s reporting seems “lacking,”
      Thanks again for the comment…we getcha’!

       
  4. Concerned September 10, 2020 at 8:48 am #

    The information for Mono has not changed for several days. Hmmmm???

     
    • Charles James September 10, 2020 at 10:10 am #

      That is simply not the case.
      Positive Test Results and #Deaths have remained unchanged for a few days, which is a very good thing, but the numbers of Total Tests Administered, #Tests Pending,and the Total number of Negative Tests change daily. Sierra Wave posts the changes on our website every day for both Inyo and Mono counties.

      For more information,please visit Mono Countys COVID-19 Response web page.

      Look for Case Stats (very bottom of page on left side.)
      OR
      Briefs.

       
      • Mono Person September 10, 2020 at 8:08 pm #

        Mono’s positive and Death haven’t changed since Aug. 19th!! That’s more than a “few” days – we need to go to the next level!

         
  5. Dennis Smith September 10, 2020 at 4:33 am #

    I have had 2 (two) tests done in Inyo County. Haven’t received results for either test! Bummer

     

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