New coronavirus cases surge in Paso Robles and Templeton

June 4, 2020

While coronavirus cases continue a slow uptick in San Luis Obispo County, infections rates vary strongly from community to community. Recently, the worst outbreaks have been located in Paso Robles and Nipomo.

During the past seven days, there have been 19 newly confirmed coronavirus cases, or 2.7 per day. Of those, nine were in Paso Robles, five in Nipomo, and one each in San Luis Obispo, Atascadero, Arroyo Grande and Templeton.

Of the 279 confirmed coronavirus cases in SLO County, 256 individuals have recovered, and one has died. Of those still suffering from the virus, there are four people in the hospital – with three in intensive care, and 18 recuperating at home.

Cases by city:

  • Paso Robles — 122
  • Atascadero — 39
  • Arroyo Grande — 23
  • Nipomo — 26
  • San Luis Obispo — 19
  • CMC — 11
  • Pismo Beach — 9
  • San Miguel — 9
  • Templeton — 9
  • Morro Bay — 6
  • Other county cases — 15

As of Thursday afternoon, there have been 121,127 positive cases, and 4,439 deaths in California.

Currently, more than 1,920,261 U.S. residents have tested positive for the virus, and 110,045 have died.

In addition, the number of people infected with the virus worldwide continues to increase: 6,664,291 cases with 3791,076 dead.


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RalphKane

Protesting SLO will change those numbers lickety-split.


r0y

Yay! More numbers in a vacuum to help instill fear and panic!


Meanwhile, it looks like no one gives a crap anymore, except for a few hold-outs. Imagine that.


DocT

Positive tests for Covid do NOT indicate impending death, neither do they imply hospitilization. Case in point: 7 new “cases” but only 4 people in the hospital and zero deaths.


This type of “reporting” is journalistic malpractice.


The virus is a minor irritation for those who aren’t statistically supposed to die. For those who are literally at the end of their lives—and all of us will be there soon enough—this virus “might” be the final illness….but it’s more likely those people will die of something else, statistically speaking.


But like I’ve said so many times before…..the only symptom of Covid that many people will experience is loss of economic activity……and this is more a side-effect of the “treatment” prescribed by politicians and experts.


pasoparent5

How about we focus on the positive? 256 people have RECOVERED out of 279 cases throughout our whole entire county! That’s a 92% recovery rate…sounds great to me.


Plus countless others already had covid-19 earlier in the year and also got better without requiring ventilators.


So please stay home if you’re sick. Wash your hands, etc. etc…


Stop living in fear! Re-open the economy. Open the schools in the fall. Stop shaming healthy people who choose not to wear masks. Enough is enough.


Myself

Where is the biggest area of the Mexican population, Paso and Nipomo, nuff said.


RalphKane

Extended families and 3-4 generations under one roof. This is why Italy was hit so hard. Similar family behaviors.


slogirl

Ohhhh geeeee??? Really?!! Nooooo and they’ll continue rising! We opened too soon and everyone is now complacent


commonsenseguy

According to the doctor who cared for the 86 year old who died, he had terminal cancer and was close to going before getting the virus. He died in reality of his cancer while being infected with the virus. That comes straight from his doctor. The virus DID NOT take his life. CCN you can check that yourself. The information has been out for nearly two months. You might want to add that important fact in future stories regarding your virus updates.


kayaknut

Of course if the doctor really shared this information he just violated HIPA and can be in trouble. Though I agree they are twisting the facts to fit their narrative.


obispan

Nope, Trump’s fault, as is every single corona-virus death. We MUST crash the economy and elect Biden’s caregivers.


varian08

I agree with you we shall elect Biden!