Summit County receives information on COVID-19 deaths from Colorado's Electronic Disease Reporting System, and data regarding deaths from the disease is collected by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Vital Statistics Program.
The Florida Department of Health in Martin County is now making appointments for people who are 65 and older, health care providers, and first responders to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The previous Tuesday that number rested at 433.98.
The county also reported another 246 cases today.
Last week's drop was the first time Clark County's activity rate has gone down August. Clinton County 1,878 cases (1720 confirmed and 137 probable) 28 new today. There are 137 confirmed and suspected deaths, and no new deaths have been reported since December 23.
He delivered a stark message to the public, saying: "If we do not act now to stop the spread of Covid-19, we will not be able to protect those in our society that are most at risk of serious illness or death".
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Clark County saw a drop in the percent of positive COVID-19 tests for December 6 through December 12. Since Christmas Day, the county's daily positive tests have been below 300.
The state does not provide updated counts of deaths attributed to COVID-19 on the weekends. Counties meet this indicator when ICU occupancy at hospitals in their region reach at least 80 percent for at least three days out of the week, and when at least 20 percent of that capacity is taken by COVID-19 patients.
The county has reported 1,197 new cases in the last two weeks, which is 605 new cases per 100,000 people - more than six times higher than the CDC's "high incidence" threshold of 100 cases per 100,000 people.
"Our community testing strategy continues to expand access all across Minnesota and has already allowed the state to conduct more than half a million COVID-19 tests at community testing sites alone", said Dan Huff, an assistant commissioner at the Health Department.