Because the fall season arrives, Riverside County and also the Coachella Valley continued to determine declines in new COVID-19 cases in yesteryear week.
The nine valley metropolitan areas added 206 new cases within the week ending Tuesday, based on new data from Riverside County Public Health. That’s a 39% decrease in the 340 cases reported between August. 31 and Sept. 7.
This is a full breakdown of confirmed total cases and deaths by city since the beginning of the pandemic by Tuesday (with week-over-week changes proven in parentheses):
- Cathedral City: 13,820 confirmed cases (+22)152 deaths (+)
- Coachella: 14,032 confirmed cases (+18) 122 deaths (+)
- Desert Hot Springs: 8,254 confirmed cases (+10) 92 deaths (-6)
- Indian Wells: 713 confirmed cases (+5) 9 deaths (+)
- Indio: 24,999 confirmed cases (+55) 283 deaths (-2)
- La Quinta: 9,233 confirmed cases (+27) 86 deaths (+)
- Palm Desert: 10,978 confirmed cases (+26) 159 deaths (+5)
- Palm Springs: 9,251 confirmed cases (+23) 163 deaths (+1)
- Rancho Mirage: 3,194 confirmed cases (+20) 60 deaths (+)
A few of the data show the entire quantity of deaths during the period of the pandemic to be less than a week ago. The county lately adopted the state’s approach to tallying cases and deaths.
There have been also 37 COVID-19 cases reported in unincorporated communities within the week ending Tuesday:
- Bermuda Dunes: 1,738 confirmed cases (+1) 14 deaths (+)
- Desert Edge: 778 confirmed cases (+1) 23 deaths (+)
- Desert Palms: 893 confirmed cases (+9) 35 deaths (+)
- Garnet: 1,813 confirmed cases (+6) 29 deaths (+)
- Mecca: 1,843 confirmed cases (+) 25 deaths (+)
- Northern Coast: 829 confirmed cases (+) 1 death (+)
- Oasis: 1,512 confirmed cases (+2) 11 deaths (+)
- Sky Valley: 402 confirmed cases (+4) 6 deaths (+)
- Thermal: 469 confirmed cases (+1) 10 deaths (+2)
- 1000 Palms: 2,027 confirmed cases (+4) 13 deaths (+)
- Vista Santa Rosa: 720 confirmed cases (+1) 5 deaths (+)
In Riverside County, there have been 1,408 new COVID-19 cases reported within the week ending Tuesday.
Riverside County includes a “low” community transmission level. Under this designation, it’s suggested that individuals stay current using their vaccinations and put on facial coverings on public transit, should they have signs and symptoms, test positive for COVID-19 or are uncovered to a person using the virus.
La, San Bernardino, North Park and Imperial counties in addition have a low transmission level.
There have been 91 patients hospitalized within the county by Wednesday, lower by 27 from last week’s count. Wednesday’s number also included 15 individuals in intensive care.
There has been as many as 6,610 deaths reported in Riverside County forever from the pandemic.
In Riverside County, 59.8% of residents ages 6 several weeks and older have finished their primary vaccine series, including both shots from the Pfizer or both shots from the Moderna vaccines a treadmill shot from the Manley & Manley vaccine. About 30.1% from the qualified population continues to be boosted.
The county’s COVID-19 dashboard is updated weekly.
Ema Sasic covers entertainment and health within the Coachella Valley. Achieve her at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @ema_sasic.