SLO County COVID hospitalizations at all time high, 9 new deaths

January 28, 2022

By KAREN VELIE

San Luis Obispo County health officials announced a grim milestone on Friday, the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations are at an all time high with 67 hospitalized.

The virus surge continues also with an all-time high of 649 average daily cases and nine new deaths reported on Friday. Those who died ranged in age from their 40s to their 90s.

During the past three days, 2,680 SLO County residents officially tested positive for the virus. Paso Robles leads with 495 new cases, followed by San Luis Obispo with 430, Arroyo Grande with 317, Atascadero with 274, Nipomo with 260, Grover Beach with 177, Oceano with 114 and Morro Bay with 104.

In SLO County, 46,951 people have tested positive for the virus and 398 have died.

There have been 7,952,523 positive cases, and 79,994 deaths in California.

More than 75,271,402 U.S. residents have tested positive for the virus, and 905,661 have died.

In addition, the number of people infected with the virus worldwide continues to increase: 370,603,920 cases with 5,668,505 dead.


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Jorge Estrada

Nine new people that won’t collect their Social Security Benefit. If 1 million have died times 24,000 would be a 24 Billion savings? This may have a positive affect at making Social Security solvent and should be factored in before raising the annual premiums. Just a math issue.


copperhead

I am vaccinated and had a booster shot and still got Covid – likely omicron. No one in my household, nor my daughter who I had lunch with while symptomatic and before I knew I had it, tested positive. My symptoms were quite mild, like a cold. Maybe ir was dumb luck, or perhaps the vaccine might help after all.


WeElPeople

A lot of maybe’s and might’s. Omicron in itself is relatively mild if you do not have any comorbidities. I doubt it was dumb luck, you probably are not in a high risk category.


mazin

Booyah! Your done with it! Excellent immunity, imho.


Michael Stove

Just wanted to thank CalCoast for publishing this data. Best round up of the information I can find for the county.


slocorruptionhater

I wish SLO County would publish vaccinated vs. unvaccinated hospitalization rates. Here’s recent data from Washington State:


https://www.doh.wa.gov/Portals/1/Documents/1600/coronavirus/data-tables/421-010-CasesInNotFullyVaccinated.pdf


saywhat

The County website states:

65.4% county residents are not fully vaccinated

78.5% Covid hospitalizations are not fully vaccinated

74.8% Covid deaths are not fully vaccinated

Go here:

https://www.slocounty.ca.gov/COVID-19/Data.aspx

and scroll down to “Vaccine status of Covid -19 cases”

The last 7 days average cases is 688


slocorruptionhater

Whoa! Did not know that the data was available. Excellent info. The State dashboard link is excellent as well. Thanks Say for sharing.


derasmus

Thanks for the link and the data. However, I suspect these cases include the pre omicron variants (delta) etc. I’ll bet the results are different with a breakdown of of omicron only because while it is more contagious it is also less deadly.


Colorado, the UK, Denmark and others are “officially” putting the pandemic in the rear view mirror.


I suspect California is getting there but will be last.


kettle

” I suspect” Tell us more Dr derasmus……….


Also do you smoke the cbd bongs before the horse paste or after?