No new deaths, COVID-19 cases in SLO county decline

September 29, 2021


After 40 deaths in 24 days, there were no deaths from COVID-19 during the past four days, and a decline in new cases from a daily average of 71 on Friday to 63 on Tuesday.

During the past four days, 194 SLO County residents tested positive for the coronavirus. Paso Robles leads with 47 new cases, followed by San Luis Obispo with 31, Arroyo Grande with 25 and Atascadero with 18.

The number of SLO County residents in hospitals receiving treatment for the virus declined with 31 currently hospitalized, four in intensive care.

As of Tuesday afternoon, 27,951 people in SLO County have tested positive for the virus and 324 have died.

There have been 4,618,285 positive cases, and 69,016 deaths in California.

More than 44,054,825 U.S. residents have tested positive for the virus, and 711,222 have died.

In addition, the number of people infected with the virus worldwide continues to increase: 233,575,626 cases with 4,779,201 dead.


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Tyler Durden

The afterlife needed a break from accepting SLOco’s unvaccinated dummköpfe?


Details on vaccine efficacy above. Got my booster shot yesterday in Santa Maria. Flu shot the week prior. October 12this the date the mRNA vaccine booster fully kicks in. I’ll wear a mask, as required by law, to protect others … done!

Adam Trask

Yes, the mRNA vaccine for COVID-19 has been an incredible triumph for science and the Trump administration which coaxed it to fruition.

It is incredibly disconcerting that Mr. Trump basically says nothing about it and most of his followers condemn it. If every Republican had been vaccinated (instead of 60%, compared to 86% Democrats) the pandemic would be over and the Republicans would have a powerful talking point for the 2022 midterm election.