The number of hospital admissions at Covid-1 hospital in San Bernardino County and the number of newly reported cases are trending in the right direction, according to state and local data released Monday, Sept. 1.
Although a seven-day comparison is not available for Monday vs. Monday, Sept. 6, due to Labor Day holidays, the number of cases reported daily in the county has declined somewhat so far this month.
The number of coronavirus-positive patients at the county hospital has also been declining since reaching 580 in mid-August. Currently that number is 460.
Two deaths were reported in the county on Wednesday, Sept. Sept., the largest one-day increase since May 1. And one died in September. The rest died between August 2020 and July 2021.
The number of doses of vaccine reported daily also declined slightly this month.
Here’s the latest number. Vaccination and hospitalization information comes from the state and until Sunday. Other numbers were reported by the county on Monday.
San Bernardino County
- County residents have been given 2,057,427 doses so far
- 31028 doses have been reported in the last six days
- 1,124,356 residents received at least one dose
- 983,315 residents have been fully vaccinated
The number of victims
- A total of 337,594
- Reported 4,699 last week
- A total of 727,81 cases were estimated to be resolved (surviving patients who tested positive for more than 10 days)
- Total 4,982
- 53 reported last week
Hospital survey (23 out of 25 benefit reports)
- 460 confirmed and 11 suspected patients hospitalized
- 130 confirmed and two suspected patients in ICU
- 3,947,903 total
- 110,446 were reported last week
How this week compares to the previous week
- 13% less confirmed patients in the hospital
- 14% less confirmed patients in ICU
- Comparisons of cases, deaths, tests and vaccines are unavailable due to last Monday’s Labor Day holiday
Click here for information on deaths, deaths and vaccinations by community in San Bernardino County.
Here’s how the number of counties changes every day:
Staff writer Nicki Johnson contributed to this report.