SLO County coronavirus cases surpass 1,900

August 3, 2020

San Luis Obispo County reported 109 new coronavirus cases and one death during the past three days, according to the county health departments reports released on Monday.

Of the 1,902 confirmed coronavirus cases in SLO County, 1,553 individuals have recovered, and 16 have died. Of those still suffering from the virus, there are 15 people in the hospital — four in intensive care, and 318 recuperating at home.

Paso Robles leads with 40 new coronavirus cases, followed by Nipomo and Atascadero — both with 14, and Grover Beach with 11.

Cases by city:

  • Paso Robles — 501
  • Nipomo — 261
  • San Luis Obispo — 254
  • Atascadero — 218
  • Arroyo Grande — 145
  • Grover Beach — 96
  • Templeton — 77
  • Oceano — 55
  • San Miguel — 55
  • Pismo Beach — 44
  • Los Osos — 40
  • Morro Bay — 26
  • Cambria — 27
  • Santa Margarita — 19
  • Shandon — 13
  • CMC — 11
  • Cayucos — 11
  • Avila Beach — 7
  • Other county cases — 43

As of Monday afternoon, there have been 521,875 positive cases, and 9,486 deaths in California.

Currently, more than 4,861,522 U.S. residents have tested positive for the virus, and 158,906 have died.

In addition, the number of people infected with the virus worldwide continues to increase: 18,434,187 cases with 696,794 dead.

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Rambunctious

Stop the protests….its a super spreader activity….


MrYan

You’re referring to the protesting against MASK wearing, correct?


We are in agreement. Not wearing one is super spreader activity.


Rambunctious

Where and when were the last “NO MASK” protest?…about two months ago in a different state than CA…so what in the world are you talking about?….plus the pictures of SLO protesters I’ve seen there are at least 1/3 of them without a mask or their mask is hanging under their spittle soaked chins….take a look for yourself…I’m sure you can find the pictures…..


mazin

There was a reopen protest in Paso, 5/2/20:

https://calcoastnews.com/2020/05/hundreds-of-people-protest-in-paso-robles-against-newsoms-orders/

But maybe MrYan is referring to the constant objections on wearing masks.

Imho, Ramb, you are right about the COVID risk in the SLO Black Lives Matter marches.


MrYan

Where was the last Mask protest you ask?

Daily at every re-opened business. Especially in North County. 30% as you say is about right. Most know they should be wearing one, but choose not to. Why? They’re not making a statement? Or protesting? I think so.


Ask the employees how much they enjoy the PROTESTations of non-mask wearing patrons that come in everyday. Loudly complaining when asked to cover and spreading spit with each bellicose breath.

Or non mask wearing in general; hasn’t that become a form of protest? Action, or non-action in this case, is a form of protest.


Yeah the protesters can spread this amongst themselves. By last count there were about 50 of them at most. It just feels like a lot more to you.


Your concern about “hundreds” of virus spreading protesters is noted. My concern? 30% of the population that are purposefully noncompliant in wearing masks when out.


Which number do you think is higher?


mazin

Agreed, find a different activity to protect black rights and the rights of us all. Register voters, contribute to supportive political candidates, get active. The protests have made their mark. They are “played out” “dirt’s gone dry”, in the lexicon of my mining family, new tactics are needed.


mazin

Sure see a difference in mask wearing and social distancing between SLO city and Paso area.


shelworth

Some stats left out; there are 349 people in the County that are known to be currently infected with the virus, and we are still under 5% positive rate (less than 5 positive results from every 100 tests).