Wednesday, April 15: only one new case! No new deaths, total now 141 cases, 2 deaths:
Last report (Tuesday, April 14):
Solano County reported ONLY 1 NEW POSITIVE CASE today – total is now 141. No new deaths in Solano County – still 2.
As of today:
- No additional positive cases of young persons under 19 years of age, total of 2.
- Today’s new case was a person 19-64 years of age, total of 112 cases, 79%, of the 141 total (no new deaths, total of 1).
- No additional cases were persons 65 or older, total of 27 cases, 19% of the 140 total (including 1 death)
ACTIVE CASES: Only 24 of the 141 are active cases. This is 5 less than previously reported yesterday – good news!
HOSPITALIZATIONS: The County’s “Hospital Impact” graph (below) is significant. While 39 of the 141 cases resulted in hospitalizations, only 16 are currently hospitalized – but this is 2 more than yesterday. Good news: the County continues to estimate that our supply of ICU beds and ventilators is GOOD. (No information is given on our supply of PPE and staff.)
CITY DATA: Vallejo remains at 53 cases; Fairfield added 1 new case, total of 35; and Vacaville remains at 24 cases. One of our smaller cities graduated from the vague <10 category: Suisun City is now showing 10 confirmed cases. Benicia, Dixon, Rio Vista and “Unincorporated” are still not assigned numerical data: all show <10 (less than 10). Residents and city officials have been pressuring County officials for city case counts for many weeks. Today’s data is welcome, but incomplete.
The Number of residents tested panel reports that 2,015 residents have been tested as of today. This is an increase of only 93 over yesterday’s total of 1,922. Approximately 4 tenths of 1% of Solano County’s 447,643 residents (2019) have been tested.
The blue bars in the chart, “Daily number of cases on the date that specimens were collected” shows why the County is interpreting a flattening of the curve. Note that the daily date in that chart refers to the date a sample was drawn and so reflects the lag time in testing.
Solano’s slowing upward curve in cumulative cases – as of April 15
The chart above gives a clear picture of the infection’s trajectory in Solano County. Our COVID-19 curve continues may be slowing!
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