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QUAD-County COVID-19 Update: 51 recoveries, 18 new cases

Nevada COVID-19 coronavirus graphic by The Associated Press.
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Published: Jan. 14, 2021 at 2:22 PM PST|Updated: 15 hours ago
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CARSON CITY, Nev. (KOLO) - MAR. 1 Carson City Health and Human Services reported 18 new cases of COVID-19 and 51 recoveries on Monday. The latest data is in addition to 28 new cases and 92 recoveries over the weekend. No new deaths were reported.

The weekend numbers and Monday’s numbers bring the total number of cases to 11,253, with 9,086 recoveries and 207 deaths. 1,960 cases remain active.

FEB. 26 Carson City Health and Human Services on Friday reported 46 recoveries from COVID-19 in the Quad-County area, giving it 8,943 recoveries altogether.

There were 11 new cases in the area that includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties, giving it 11,207 cases total.

There are 2,057 active cases.

FEB. 25 Carson City Health and Human Services on Thursday reported 49 recoveries in the Quad-County area, giving the region 8,897 recoveries.

There were 35 new cases in the area that also includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties, giving it 11,196 cases.

There were no deaths reported. The active cases dropped to 2,092.

FEB. 24 Carson City Health and Human Services on Wednesday reported 29 recoveries of COVID-19, giving the Quad-County area 8,848 recoveries.

There were 19 new cases in the area that also includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties, giving the area 11,161 infections.

There were no deaths reported and CCHHS said 2,106 cases remain active.

FEB. 23 Carson City Health and Human Services reported 26 new cases and 16 recoveries on Tuesday. This brings the total number of cases to 11,142, with 8,819 recoveries and 207 deaths. 2,116 cases remain active.

Here is a breakdown of the vaccines received and administered by CCHHS over the past week:

  • Total Number of Doses Received: 17,250
    • 1st Doses: 10,875
    • 2nd Doses: 6,375
  • Total Number of Doses Administered: 14,540
    • 1st Doses: 9,514
    • 2nd Doses: 5,026

FEB. 22 Carson City Health and Human Services reported 15 new cases of COVID-19 and 35 recoveries on Monday. The latest data is in addition to 15 new cases and 95 recoveries over the weekend. No new deaths were reported.

The weekend numbers and Monday’s numbers bring the total number of cases to 11,116, with 8,803 recoveries and 207 deaths. 2,106 cases remain active.

FEB. 19 Carson City Health and Human Services on Friday reported four deaths due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County area.

The brings the total deaths for the area that also includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties to 207.

Three deaths were Carson City women, two in their 80s and one in her 90s. the fourth was a Lyon County woman in her 80s.

There were 15 new COVID-19 cases, giving the region 11,086. There were 10 recoveries, giving the area 8,673 recoveries. CCHHS reports 2,206 cases remain active.

FEB. 18 Carson City Health and Human Services on Thursday reported 17 new cases of COVID-19 in the Quad-County area, bringing the total number of cases to 11,071.

There were eight recoveries in the area that includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties, giving the area 8,663 recoveries.

There are 2,205 active cases.

FEB. 17 Carson City Health and Human Services on Wednesday reported two COVID-19 related deaths in the Quad-County area.

The deceased are a Douglas County man in his 70s and a Carson City woman in her 60s.

That gives the area that also includes Storey and Lyon counties 203 deaths.

There were 20 additional recoveries, giving the area 8,655 recoveries. There were 13 new cases, giving the area 11,054 cases.

There are 2,196 active cases.

FEB. 12 Carson City Health and Human Services on Friday reported three COVID-19 related deaths in the Quad-County area.

All three were Douglas County men, in their 60s, 70s and 80s.

There were 21 recoveries, giving the area that also includes Storey and Lyon counties 8,474 recoveries.

There were 10 new cases, giving the area 10,979 total cases. The Quad-County area has 2,304 active cases.

FEB. 10 Carson City Health and Human Services on Wednesday reported 52 recoveries in the Quad-County area, giving he region 8,408 recoveries.

The area that also includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties had 12 new cases, giving it 10,954 cases.

The deaths remain at 197 and there are 2,349 active cases.

FEB. 9: Carson City Health and Human services reported 2 new deaths in the Quad-County region due to COVID-19 on Tuesday. Health officials also reported 14 new cases and 182 additional recoveries, bringing the total number of cases to 10,942, with 8,356 recoveries and 197 deaths. 2,389 cases remain active.

The individuals who died were both from Carson City, a man in his 60s and a woman in her 70s.

FEB. 8: Carson City Health and Human Services is reporting two additional deaths due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. The individuals were:

  • A male Storey County resident in his 60s
  • A male Carson City resident in his 80s

CCHHS is also reporting 18 new cases and 190 additional recoveries as of Monday.

Over the weekend, health officials reported one death, a Carson City man in his 80s, along with 31 new cases and 393 additional recoveries for the area.

The weekend numbers along with Monday’s data bring the total number of cases to 10,928, with 8,174 recoveries and 195 deaths. 2,559 cases remain active.

FEB. 4: Carson City Health and Human Services on Thursday reported one COVID-19 related death in the Quad-County area, a Lyon County woman in her 80s.

This gives the area that includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties 192 deaths.

There were 20 new cases, giving the area 10,836 cases. There were 19 recoveries, giving it 7.394 recoveries.

There are 3,250 active cases.

FEB. 2 Carson City Health and Human Services reported 1 additional death due to COVID-19 on Tuesday. This brings the total to 191 in the Quad-County region. The person who died was a Carson City man in his 70s.

12 new cases and 93 additional recoveries were also reported, giving the Quad-County area 10,798 total cases and 7,363 recoveries. 3,244 cases remain active.

FEB. 1 Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is reporting 1 additional death due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County region. The person who died was a Lyon County woman in her 60s. CCHHS is also reporting 17 new cases and 189 additional recoveries.

On Saturday, January 30, there were 20 new cases (11 Carson City, 4 Douglas County, 5 Lyon County, 0 Storey County), 67 recoveries (21 Carson City, 26 Douglas County, 20 Lyon County, 0 Storey County), and 1 additional death. The individual was a Douglas County man in his 40s.

On Sunday, January 31, CCHHS reports there were 26 new cases (11 Carson City, 7 Douglas County, 8 Lyon County, 0 Storey County) and 253 additional recoveries (234 Carson City, 9 Douglas County, 10 Lyon County, 0 Storey County) in the area.

The weekend numbers and Monday’s numbers bring the total number of cases to 10,786, with 7,270 recoveries and 190 deaths; 3,326 cases remain active.

JAN. 29 Carson City Health and Human Services on Friday reported four COVID-19 related deaths.

It brings the total deaths in the area that also includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties to 188.

All four deceased were males. Three were Carson City residents in their 50s, 60s and 70s and one was a Lyon County man in his 90s.

There were 106 recoveries, giving the area 6,761 recoveries and dropping the active cases to 3,774.

There were 27 new cases, giving the area 10,723 cases.

JAN. 28 Carson City Health and Human Services on Thursday reported no COVID-19 related deaths in the Quad-County area and 185 recoveries.

That gives the area that includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties 6,655 recoveries. It lowed the active cases to 3,857.

There were 27 new cases giving the area 10,696 total cases.

JAN. 27 Carson City Health and Human Services on Wednesday reported two COVID-19 related deaths in the Quad-County area, giving the region 184 deaths total.

The deceased were both Carson City residents, a man in his 70s and a woman in her 30s.

There were 100 recoveries in the area that also includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties, giving the area 6,470 recoveries and reducing active cases to 4,005.

There were 18 new cases, giving the area 10,659 cases.

JAN. 25 Carson City Health and Human Services is reporting 1 new death due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region on Monday. The person who died was a Carson City man in his 80s. Health officials are also reporting 24 new cases and 154 additional recoveries in the area.

On Saturday, January 23, there were 59 new cases (22 Carson City, 19 Douglas County, 18 Lyon County, 0 Storey County), 87 recoveries (50 Carson City, 21 Douglas County, 16 Lyon County, 0 Storey County), and 4 additional deaths due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. The individuals were:

  • A female Douglas County resident in her 60s
  • A female Carson City resident in her 70s
  • A female Carson City resident in her 90s
  • A female Carson City resident in her 80s

On Sunday, January 24, there were 18 new cases (5 Carson City, 3 Douglas County, 10 Lyon County, 0 Storey County) and 58 additional recoveries (18 Carson City, 16 Douglas County, 23 Lyon County, 1 Storey County) of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region.

The weekend numbers and Monday’s numbers bring the total number of cases to 10,625, with 6,237 recoveries and 181 deaths; 4,207 cases remain active.

JAN. 22 Carson City Health and Human Services on Friday reported six COVID-19 related deaths in the Quad-County area.

That gives the area that includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties 176 deaths.

The deceased are:

  • A female Lyon County resident in her 80s
  • A female Lyon County resident in her 80s
  • A male Douglas County resident in his 70s
  • A female Carson City resident in her 60s
  • A male Carson City resident in his 70s
  • A male Douglas County resident in his 60s

There were 89 recoveries, giving the area 5,938 recoveries. There were 43 new cases, giving the area 10,524 cases. CCHHS reports 4,410 cases remain active.

JAN. 21 Carson City Health and Human Services reported one death Thursday in the Quad-County area due to COVID-19. That gives the area 170 total deaths.

The deceased is a Carson City man in his 60s.

There were 120 recoveries, giving the region that also includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties 4,840 recoveries.

There were 106 new cases, giving it 10,481 total cases. CCHHS reports 4,462 cases remain active.

JAN. 20 Carson City Health and Human Services on Wednesday reported one person died of COVID-19 related illness in the Quad-County area. It gives the area that also includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties 169 deaths.

The deceased is a Carson City man in his 70s.

There were 85 recoveries, giving the Quad-County area 5,729. There were 17 new cases, giving the area 10,375. CCHHS reports 4,477 cases are active.

JAN. 19 Carson City Health and Human Services reported 1 new death, 58 new cases and 78 additional recoveries on Tuesday.

The person who died was a Carson City woman in her 80s. It was not specified whether she had any underlying health conditions. That brings the total number of deaths to 168 for the region since the start of the pandemic.

The 58 new cases brings the area’s total to 10,358, and the total number of recoveries is now up to 5,644.

CCHHS is also reporting 4,546 active cases.

JAN. 15 Carson City reported three more COVID-19 related deaths in the Quad-County area.

That gives the area that also includes Storey, Lyon and Douglas counties 164 deaths.

All three deceased were men: in their 60s and 70s from Carson city and a Lyon County man in his 70s.

There were 40 recoveries, giving the area 5,469 recoveries. There were 30 new cases, giving it 10,212 cases. CCHHS reports 4,579 active cases.

JAN 14 Carson City Health and Human Services reported 56 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, January 13, and 90 additional recoveries.

This brings the total number of cases to 10,120, with 5,348 recoveries and 155 deaths; 4,617 cases remain active.

CCHHS is now offering COVID-19 vaccines to Quad-County residents age 70 years and older. Starting January 13, 2021 Quad-County seniors aged 70 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments are required.

All events are currently FULL. Check the scheduling system regularly as events are opened as vaccine becomes available. The Quad-County COVID-19 Hotline is unable to schedule vaccination appointments.

Proof of residency and/or employment is required at all events. Those who are ineligible to receive the vaccine will be turned away.

Drive-thru COVID-19 testing for Quad-County residents continues. Testing is free of charge, no appointments or reservations. To view all upcoming events, click here.

FOR RELATED QUAD-COUNTY COVID-19 STORIES, CLICK HERE.

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