While jurisdictions across California are seeing a dip in positive COVID cases, that isn’t the case in Plumas County. According to the most recent data posted by the Plumas County Public Health Agency, the county has a total of 2,517 reported COVID cases, with 195 additional cases in the past seven days. The test positivity rate is now 18.5 percent, which doesn’t account for at-home tests or for those who aren’t getting a test.
As reported yesterday, there are long waits to receive a PCR test, and the at-home tests remain in short supply. The 3,000 that Public Health hoped to receive this week have been delayed until Jan. 26.
Demographic information about those who have contracted COVID, as well as their symptoms, and other details can be found at https://infogram.com/plumas-county-covid-19-1hke608o5zjy145