The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in San Bernardino County is the lowest since July 27, state data released Tuesday, October 12 show.
As of Monday, October 11, 248 patients in county hospitals were battling their illness and 79 were in intensive care units.
Hospitalization figures always reflect the previous day.
San Bernardino County reported 386 new coronavirus cases and 10 new deaths on Tuesday after a three-day weekend.
There have been more deaths in the past week than in the week before, but that doesn’t mean more people are dying from COVID-19 right now. Of the 100 deaths recorded so far this month, 46 have died in December, January or February.
Only 30 people died in September or October.
Although fewer people have been vaccinated in the past week than a week earlier, 2.2 million doses have already been administered in San Bernardino County.
Here are the latest numbers. Vaccination and hospitalization data are from the state as of Monday. Other numbers were announced by the county on Tuesday.
San Bernardino County
- 2 189 839 doses were administered to residents of the district
- 1,167,708 residents received at least one dose
- 1,046,144 of them are fully vaccinated.
- 31,435 doses registered in the last week
- 9343 residents received their first dose in the last week.
- 11,947 residents have been fully vaccinated in the last week.
- 347,980 total
- 1,016 posts in the past week
- It is estimated that 339,704 of the total cases will be resolved (live patients who tested positive more than 10 days ago).
- 5,237 total
- 63 messages received in the past week
Hospital examination (23 out of 25 objects in reporting)
- 248 confirmed and 13 suspected patients hospitalized
- 79 confirmed and one suspect patient in ICU
- 4,307,250 total
- 49,279 posts in the past week
How is this last week compared to the previous week
- Reported 12% reduction in vaccine doses
- The first vaccination was made by 16% fewer residents
- 14% fewer residents are fully vaccinated
- 66% fewer reported cases
- 31% more deaths
- 13% fewer confirmed patients in the hospital
- 19% fewer confirmed ICU patients
- 41% fewer tests registered
For information on cases, deaths, and vaccinations in the San Bernardino County community, click here.
Here’s how the county numbers changed every day:
Staff writer Nicky Johnson contributed to this report.