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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    December 16

    606 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here.https://experience.arcgis.com/experi...?views=view_35

    Hospital Dashboard still down.

    Sonoma County Covid Testing Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/healthy-body-mind/healthcare-testing/covid-19-testing-in-sonoma-county/

    California the latest epicenter https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/...g-15809619.php

    This could be a tough few months. We are seeing the Thanksgiving surge. Stay safe everyone. The vaccine is on the way for those who will take it.

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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    December 14

    322 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here. https://experience.arcgis.com/experi...?views=view_35

    5 Sonoma County Residents deaths were attributed to Covid 19

    Hospital capacity dashboard remains down.

    Sonoma County Covid Testing Info. https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...sonoma-county/

    The County will be providing financial assistance and resources to protect individuals in our highly impacted areas. https://socoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/support/

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    211 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here. https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/

    They still have not updated the hospital capacity dashboard.

    Sonoma County Covid Testing Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...sonoma-county/

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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    December 21

    299 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here. https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/

    3 Deaths were attributed to covid-19

    The hospital capacity dashboard is still down but you can follow some of the numbers here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_15/
    Available ICU Beds are 13.7% so we are still in ok shape in that regard.

    Sonoma County Covid Testing Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...g-and-tracing/

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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    December 22

    203 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here.

    3 Sonoma County Residents Deaths were attributed to Covid-19

    The hospital capacity dashboard is still down but you can follow some of the numbers here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_15/
    Available Sonoma County ICU Beds are 25.7% (Bay Area average is 11.4%)

    Sonoma County Testing Info.
    https://socoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/testing-and-tracing/

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    Deborah Thayer
     

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    thank you, you make this G'ma proud!
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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    December 27

    392 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/

    Lots of Sonoma County Hospital numbers here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_15/

    Sonoma County Testing Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...g-and-tracing/

    For those who may worry about tracing. My neighbor came down with covid. They asked him who he had been in contact with that he may have infected and that was it. Never heard from the County again. Kaiser called him a couple times to see how he was doing and cheer him up. That was it. He recovered but still can't smell or taste after 2 months.

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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    December 28

    110 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/

    Hospital Dashboard is still down but many hospital numbers can be found here. https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_15/

    Sonoma County Testing Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...-and-tracing/p

    Local hospitals prepare for surge in cases https://www.pressdemocrat.com/articl...sonoma-county/


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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    December 29

    223 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/

    2 Sonoma County Residents Deaths were attributed to Covid-19

    Hospital Dashboard remains down. Hospital numbers can be found here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_15/ We still have over 20% of our ICU beds available. This is compared to many parts of the state that have zero.

    Sonoma County Covid Testing Info. https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...g-and-tracing/

    Why California became the nations coronavirus epicenter https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/...s-15836467.php

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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    December 30

    120 New Cases Reported In Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi...ublic_114%3A14

    6 Sonoma County residents deaths were attributed to covid-19

    Hospital Capacity Dashboard Remains down. Some hospital numbers can be found here. https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_15/
    Our ICU capacity has increased by 6%. Unfortunately the increase is likely from the 6 who passed away.

    Sonoma County Covid Testing Info. https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...and-tracing/pr

    Sonoma County unlikely to end stay home order Jan. 9 https://www.pressdemocrat.com/articl...-officer-says/

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    Really frustrating replying to this thread. I love writing about numbers, and yes, the best way to understand our numbers is with comparison to other areas numbers. And numbers are the most real thing we have given the newness of this virus. Yet berry, censor in chief moves posts off to numberless categories. Sweden is an interesting comparison, so is new jersey, even fouchy admits herd immunity can come with case numbers. The real question is fatality rate. Is it .2% with effective treatment? What does it mean that soco`s is currently at .04?
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    So you're talking about the deaths per total population. I think a couple things factor into our overall fairly low death rate in Sonoma County and the Bay Area in general. Firstly we have done a pretty good job with mitigation so a lower percentage of residents have been infected to date. Of those who have been diagnosed the death rate is roughly 1 percent. Second most infections have been in younger people in the hispanic community. Very few of these younger people die from covid. There was an article about this in the Press Democrat a few days ago. It talked about how most of the infection has been younger hispanics but most of the dying has been older caucasians. Still the infection rate in Sonoma Counties older population has been very low so far. Our hospitals have not been overrun so patients have been able to get optimal care. I think too we were lucky San Francisco shut down as early as it did.

    It seems to me all the things that have kept our death rate down could go up in smoke if we are not cautious. It feels like we are teetering close to the edge of widespread disaster.




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    Bonnie288
     

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    Thank you for all you’re doing to keep us updated.

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    What are you talking about? Barry is not censoring anything. Moving is not censoring. This discussion (or "thread") is about COVID-19 case statistics in Sonoma County and nothing else. It is not about COVID-19 cases in Sweden, Iceland, Guatemala, Antarctica, Chicago, North Carolina, or Timbuktu. It is not about treatment, vaccination, the origin of SARS-CoV-2, or what Trump or his supporters (or enemies) will do between now and January 20. It is not about baseball, football, basketball, soccer, bridge, or chess. It is not about what really happened to the 18 minutes that were expurgated from Nixon's secret White House recordings.

    I realize that this is a difficult situation for everyone. None of us has experienced anything like this in our lifetimes. I turned 74 in August, so I have been around longer than most other WaccoBBers.

    There is little that any of us can do to change the situation. We can be careful not to catch COVID-19, and we can be careful not to inadvertently infect others with SARS-CoV-2. But even that little bit is too much for some participants here. Some insist that normal precautions to limit spread of the virus are useless, and the same people promote treatments and preventative measures without any known efficacy.

    On the other hand, each of us has substantial control over what we feel and think. Each of us can choose to make the best of the situation or to make the worst of it. Abject negativity does not do anyone any good. To the contrary, it harms the negative thinker and it makes it even harder for the rest of us to maintain equanimity. The most productive thing to do with negative feelings or thoughts is to confide in a loved one, a physician, a mental health care provider, or a religious or spiritual advisor. Publishing your negative feelings or thoughts on WaccoBB harms yourself and makes a difficult situation even more difficult for the rest of us.

    For an excellent treatment of human happiness and unhappiness and the means of achieving either state of mind, I strongly recommend The Conquest of Happiness, first published by Bertrand Russell in 1930 and since then continuously in print in multiple editions. I recently read it for the third or fourth time.

    Finally, participation in WaccoBB is completely voluntary. WaccoBB is Barry. He owns it. He can do with it as he pleases. If he wished, he could delete every word posted that he disagreed with and could banish every participant who disagreed with him about anything. Barry has, instead, chosen to permit almost everyone to say almost anything. If you don't like the way WaccoBB is run, you need not participate.


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    You go, Finell!!

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    Thanks for this....long over due.

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    yes, the full right of the owner to censor whatever they choose is certainly being widely exercised these days... no reason that shouldn't apply here as well.



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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    Jan 3

    26 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here.

    Hospital Capacity Dashboard is up again. it has been reconfigured in percentages rather than actual numbers. Hospitalizations are up substantially but ICU capacity is at 35% available

    Sonoma County Covid Testing Info

    Sonoma County officials report 12 more COVID-19 deaths as pandemic continues to surge.

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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    Jan 4

    629 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. There was very little reporting over the weekend and only 26 reported yesterday. If the last 4 days are averaged it's about 180 cases per day. Follow cases in your zip code here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/

    ICU Capacity is at 28.9% https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_23/

    Sonoma County Covid Testing https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...g-and-tracing/

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    Some more related numbers in today's PD:
    https://www.pressdemocrat.com/articl...quired_reading

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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    January 6

    354 New Cases in Sonoma County. Follow Cases In your zip code here. https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/

    9 Deaths of Sonoma County Residents were attributed to Covid-19

    Available ICU capacity is 27.6% https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_23/

    Sonoma County Corona Testing Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...g-and-tracing/


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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    January 7

    251 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here. https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/

    1 Sonoma County Resident's death was attributed to Covid-19

    Available ICU bed capacity is 27.6%. https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_23/

    Sonoma County Corona Testing Info https://sonomacounty.ca.gov/Health/P...for-Providers/

    Sonoma County Vaccine Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...e-information/



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    The LA Times has the best coverage I have seen so far and does so by county as well. Thank you all for posting this important info. As this site is closing, you might want to get your info there. LA Times for instance gives you ICU beds by hospital and zip codes with highest case counts. They show infections in our county going straight up.

    Example today: Sutter, ICU 96% full, Petaluma valley 91% full, Kaiser 89% full, Sonoma 86% full, Memorial 56% FULL. Roseland is the heaviest impacted area in the county.
    Be safe, be well and HAPPY TRAILS TO BARRY! We thank you for all your dedication to our community.

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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    January 10

    199 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow Cases in your zip code here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/

    Available ICU Beds are 14.4% (down 10% over the weekend) https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_23/

    Sonoma County Covid Testing Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...g-and-tracing/

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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    January 11

    164 New Cases Reported in Sonoma County. Follow cases in your zip code here. https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_30/
    There are some good charts here https://www.pressdemocrat.com/articl...virus-numbers/

    1 Sonoma County resident's death was attributed to covid-19.

    Available ICU beds are 6.9% ( I believe that is only 2 or 3 beds) https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_23/

    Sonoma County Covid Testing Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...g-and-tracing/

    Sonoma County Vaccine Info https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...e-information/
    https://www.pressdemocrat.com/articl...virus-numbers/

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    I would appreciate more complete information on the cases in Sonoma county; such as, what test was used and how it was used (what counts did they take it to), plus, how many of those cases were asymptomatic or only had cold symptoms, and the demography of the people testing positive. For me, the number of cases is useless without this information.

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    What nerve you have! Michael has volunteered his time and energy reporting daily case statistics for Sonoma County since April 1. He has earned our thanks for providing this valuable service, and he does not deserve your scorn.

    The information content of Sonoma County's case statistics is comparable to the reports by cities, counties, and states throughout the United States, except that Sonoma County has reported daily recovered case numbers, while other localities in the U.S. did not report this important information.

    You say you want more information. Fine. Go do the research yourself, instead of telling Michael that everything he has done every day since April 1 is, according to you, "useless."

    You should be ashamed of yourself. And you should apologize to Michael.

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    Bonnie288
     

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    Like I said, Pamela, I think your reply should be “Thank you”.
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    Re: Sonoma County Covid-19 The Numbers

    Pamela, my dear, here you have, in bruce's own words, the problem, or a major part of it: "You scare me".

    He, who calls you "pseudo intelligent", signs off with a jaunty Continental "Ciao" - but neither he nor the parentally-finger-wagging-you-should be-ashamed-Steve, Esquire, have any need for the finesse of the actual accuracy of tests or real numbers of cases or examining coroners discernments of cause of death

    These diatribes are almost amusing, though they are so very toxic that they become poignant; their level of fear is clearly expressed in vitriol. You had already sensed that attempting to communicate with closed minds is futile at best, a waste of time and energy. Some of us both (attempt to) understand the subtleties of virology and the healing arts and appreciate crucial fine points of diagnosis, prognosis, various benign means of preventing and treating illness. Only some.
    Most people are simply ready to listen to and follow only the official narrative ... to get the 'jab' every 2 months, to stay locked in for the next 2 years or whatever the current decree. Waking up to one's sovereignty happens in its own time, sometimes not in this lifetime...

    Some of us deeply value your informed reports from decades of working healing, not strictured by or beholden to the AMA/CDC/etc. establishment which always values profits over health.
    All blessings to you, and through you to the fortunate patients who are in your capable hands.

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    I didn't take Pamela's post negatively. More information is good. Some of the info is on the counties website some isn't There is info about underlying conditions by age here https://experience.arcgis.com/experi.../page/page_28/ It's interesting than people age 55 to 75 have more underlying conditions than 75 and up. Could be just small sample size. Could be you are usually in pretty good shape to make it past 75.

    If you go to the County Reporting page https://socoemergency.org/emergency/...irus-cases/and scroll down you can see Cases by Symptom Group and Age Group. It looks like if you average all age groups around 18% of those tested in Sonoma County were asymptomatic. However if you have no symptoms you are far less likely to go get a test. I would be surprised if asymptomatic wasn't very close to the national average of around 45%. In other words if you tested an average group at random, those with symptoms and those with none around 45% of the positives would have no symptoms.

    Interestingly the very young and very old seem most often to have no symptoms in The County numbers. On the old end it's likely they are testing large swaths in senior facilities and therefor coming up with more asymptomatic cases. Could be they are testing a lost of younger kids as well? I have read younger kids tend to be asymptomatic more often.

    I have no idea what tests are being used. There was an article a day or two ago about the County switching labs due to some problem.
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