779 COVID-19 Cases Added Sunday

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By edhat staff

The Public Health Department reported 779 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday.

Santa Barbara County's total case count is now 21,323 with 2,129 of those being active.

The hospitalization and intensive care unit data was not available as of Sunday evening.

There have been 197 deaths.

Both Santa Barbara County and the greater Southern California Region have 0% ICU availability.

Detailed data and trends can be found on the community dashboard.

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TaxiOnna Jan 11, 2021 10:36 AM
779 COVID-19 Cases Added Sunday

Please don't let this misinformation 'confirm your suspicions' without actually doing your own research. I know many people in Santa Barbara working at small clinics or in the field who have already received their vaccination (as of last week) thanks to Cottage.

LooseCannon Jan 11, 2021 07:28 AM
779 COVID-19 Cases Added Sunday

Thank you for confirming my suspicions. This is infuriating. We need new leadership, accountability and a watchdog.

The population of Santa Barbara County is 447,218, and Dr. Van Do-Reynoso hopes to vaccinate 5,000 people by the end of the month. Everyone should be outraged by this plan. We need to ramp up the amount of vaccines purchased and distribute them quickly and equitably.

Where is the urgency? What are we waiting for? More bodies to pile up in the morgues? The incompetence is, quite literally, breathtaking.

citizenSB Jan 11, 2021 06:42 AM
779 COVID-19 Cases Added Sunday

Cottage claims to have vaccinated more than 2,900 employees representing 2/3 of their staff, from a Jan 6 Noozhawk article. There is also a good percentage with a good percentage refusing to be vaccinated. According to their website they employee 3,500 people. Given these numbers they are certainly vaccinating more than just the front line works covered in 1A.

LooseCannon Jan 11, 2021 04:44 AM
779 COVID-19 Cases Added Sunday

It's Cronyism 101. Where's the watchdog? There are reports from the rest of the country that vaccines are being distributed improperly. How do we know it's not happening here? The lack of transparency, obfuscation and the slowness of the distribution borders on the criminal.

LooseCannon Jan 11, 2021 02:17 AM
779 COVID-19 Cases Added Sunday

Obviously there is no urgency in administering the vaccine. They are hoarding the vaccines and appear to be more interested in shaming and blaming the general public.

a-1610346364 Jan 10, 2021 10:26 PM
779 COVID-19 Cases Added Sunday

Cottage is ordering for Cottage and related; who's ordering vaccines for the rest of Santa Barbara? What's going to be the charge/vaccine for the general public?

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